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Download Mystery of the Princes: An Investigation ePub
  • ISBN 0897332083
  • ISBN13 978-0897332088
  • Language English
  • Author Williamson
  • Publisher Academy Chicago Publishers (August 1, 1986)
  • Pages 215
  • Formats docx mobi lit mbr
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Europe
  • Size ePub 1528 kb
  • Size Fb2 1284 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 359

Trade paperback explores the mystery of the disappearance of Richard III's 2 young nephews, heirs to the throne of England. Well-written history by Audrey Williamson.

Lots of primary source material, I'm still not sure who killed them, or if they were murdered.

Lots of primary source material, I'm still not sure who killed them, or if they were murdered.

Still, Williamson’s little book remains intriguing food for thought. What actually happened to the Princes, who was involved and what role did Richard himself play has furnished material for countless writers, Shakespeare and Thomas Moore amongst them, over the centuries.

Williamson, Audrey, 1913-1986. 1500, Kings and rulers, Murder, Political prisoners, Princes, Great Britain - History - Edward IV, 1461-1483, Great Britain - Kings and rulers - Biography, England, Great Britain, England Edward V, King of England & Richard, Duke of York.

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Audrey Williamson has written several works of fiction and non-fiction including THOMAS PAINE: HIS LIFE, WORK & TIMES, BERNARD SHAW: MAN & WRITER.

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Trade paperback explores the mystery of the disappearance of Richard III's 2 young nephews, heirs to the throne of England. Well-written history by Audrey Williamson. Who killed the princes? By Thriftbooks. com User, April 25, 2006. Who killed the princes in the tower has to be one of the most hotly debated mysteries of history. The assumption always seems to be that someone murdered the sons of Edward IV, and the most likely contenders are often seen to be either Richard III and Henry VII. Okay. This book doesn't solve the mystery but it certainly canvasses a broad range of possibilities.

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Talk about Mystery of the Princes: An Investigation


Foginn
I loved this book. I read it in 2 days. I really hated to finish it. If your interested in the Princes in the Tower it's a must read.
Brariel
This book is excellent - one of the best out there on the subject. If you are interested in The War of the Roses, Richard III and the mystery of the princes, I highly recommend this book. It is not a novel, but rather a recounting and assessing the facts of the years 1483-1485 as we know them. Ms. Williamson's style is very readable, and she cites some sources that were new to me. I have read the book several times since I got it.
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sunrise bird
Who killed the princes in the tower has to be one of the most hotly debated mysteries of history. The assumption always seems to be that someone murdered the sons of Edward IV, and the most likely contenders are often seen to be either Richard III and Henry VII.

Okay. This book doesn't solve the mystery but it certainly canvasses a broad range of possibilities. The author looks more broadly than the usual suspects, and provides thoughtful analysis (and lots of references).

Highly recommended.

Jennifer Cameron-Smith
Yggfyn
I have read lots on this topic - Kendall, Ross, Gairdner, etc. - so I know the topic. This is one of the most tedious books I have ever read and it took me forever to get through it..I can not believe it won the Crime Writer's Association Gold Dagger award for nonfiction - was there no one who wrote an interesting book that year?

This is a real mystery - one that will probably never be solved - it changed the course of English history - so it is exciting, important, interesting, and even - in the right writer's hands - thrilling. This was not the writer.