Weir has no idea if More actually did this, but she goes on to base her assumption on this.
Alison Weir's books, whether non-fiction history or novels based on historical fact, are very well researched, easily understood, and reach logical conclusions.
That said, I very much liked the book, was glad I read it, and am more motivated to read other books on the subject (ones they may be more pro-Richard even).
Alison Weir has become one of my favorite writers. She is a great English historian. She writes with great detail. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Carol Ann Stone
This book was well researched and the author presents cogent arguments that Richard III was responsible for his nephew's deaths. However, it is difficult to read. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Janet Weiner
I love each book this writer has written. lots ot read. works hard on details.Published 25 days ago by Charlene H. Smith
Good author who really pulls you back into history with her writing style.Published 1 month ago by J.B.