A well-written account of a fascinating period.
A vivid and compelling account of a neglected aspect of Tudor history.
An entertaining and valuable exploration of the early Tudor period.
A worthwhile addition.
Fans of the period will love this investigation.
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.
Gripping and enthralling . . . no writer of fiction, however imaginative, could dream up more spell binding plots than what actually happened, so skilfully recounted here.
This is lively history from a colourful age, telling a gripping story all the more vital for it being true.
A fluent, well-researched book.
The best and richest modern narrative history of the fiercely complex War of the Roses.