Came out in the 1970s...sterling research and still considered to be THE book on Richard III. Very readable. Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by barbara upton
...Except that we found Richard III's bones, and he DID have a body deformity. So, the author was wrong about that. What else could he have been wrong about?
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If you're into the Plantagenets and/or Late Medieval history, you can't let this book go by without reading it. Kendall's a bit wordy, but he knew his stuff.Published 4 months ago by Greg Torino
This is one of the finest biographies I have ever read regardless of subject matter. Put all of your preconceived notions away and sit back and enjoy a biography that dispels all... Read morePublished 6 months ago by lilly
Out of all the revisionist biographies of Richard III, this is considered to be the best… so much that I was almost afraid to read it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heather