Richard III. The name will conjure an image for any reader.
Shakespeare's hunchback tyrant who killed his own nephews or a
long-denigrated, misunderstood king. This one man's character and
actions have divided historians and the controversy has always kept
interest in Richard alive. However, curiosity surrounding his life
and death has reached unprecedented heights in the aftermath of the
discovery of his skeleton under a Leicester car park. The myths
that have always swirled around Richard III have risen and
multiplied and it is time to set the record straight. John
Ashdown-Hill, whose research was instrumental in the discovery of
Richard III's remains, explores and unravels the web of myths in
this fascinating book.
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