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Six for the Regicide!

Avunculicide would be just as accurate, since of course we’re referring to Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who in 1483 became King of England after having disposed of the niggling little obstacle of the previous king of England, 14-year-old Edward V, who’d become king upon the death of his father, Edward IV, Richard’s brother. Young Edward […]

Eight (more) Great Historical Novels!

Eight more tasty historical novels to satisfy your appetite!

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