The Last White Rose is history as it should be written: without hindsight or embellishment, but with erudition and a sense of immediacy that makes it a gripping and original read.
A vivid and compelling account of a neglected aspect of Tudor history.
Gripping and enthralling . . . no writer of fiction, however imaginative, could dream up more spell binding plots than what actually happened, so skilfully recounted here.
A worthwhile addition.
The best and richest modern narrative history of the fiercely complex War of the Roses.
Fans of the period will love this investigation.
An entertaining and valuable exploration of the early Tudor period.
A fluent, well-researched book.
A well-written account of a fascinating period.
This is lively history from a colourful age, telling a gripping story all the more vital for it being true.