Treachery: The Princes in the Tower



Treachery: The Princes in the Tower Sir Thomas Clark, An English Knight, A Close And Trusted Friend To King Henry VII And Reputedly, The Most Honest Man In England , Has Been Commanded To Provide The King With, A Truthful And Accurate Account Of The Killing Of The Two Princes In The Tower By Their Uncle, King Richard III He Embarks On The Task Reluctantly But Becomes Determined To Find The Truth His Investigation Results In Him Discovering A Large Number Of People From Royalty To Commoners Who May Know The Truth, But Who Give Him Highly Conflicting And Often Worrying Accounts Of What Happened As He Delves Deeper Into The Mystery, He Begins To Discover Secrets That Many Would Prefer Remain Hidden And Which Result In Mortal Threats To His Own Life And Those Closest To Him He Begins To Question His Assumptions And Knowledge About What Actually Happened To The Princes In The Tower And Reaches Surprising Conclusions As To Who Exactly Was Guilty Of The Act Of Treachery

  • Kindle Edition
  • 323 pages
  • Treachery: The Princes in the Tower
  • John Burton
  • English
  • 03 March 2018

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10 thoughts on “Treachery: The Princes in the Tower

  1. says:

    Quality and editing lacking Author may have done research and tried to make an entertaining look at history but it was not well written or entertaining.

  2. says:

    An intriguing premise, that Henry VII would command a retainer to determine what actually happened to the Princes in the Tower, is undone by poor construction and indifferent writing Essentially, the narrator goes somewhere, cross examines a character, then leaves Repeat as needed In this manner, author Burton covers all the various theories that have been put out there in recent years, and he ultimately comes up with an answer that seems to include most of them Unfortunately, in order to do An intriguing premise, that Henry VII would command a retainer to determine what actually happened to the Princes in the Tower, is undone by poor construction and indifferent writing Essentially, the narrator goes somewhere, cross examines a character, then leaves Repeat as needed In this manner, author Burton covers all the various theories that have been put out there in recent years, and he ultimately comes up with an answer that seems to include most of them Unfortunately, in order to do so, Burton has to rely on leaden dialogue, clumsily executed cliches, and a protagonist who seems to become remarkably stupid at key points Even the final twist falls flat.The Princes in the Tower mystery has intrigued writers, historians, and readers for over 500 years even Shakespeare has tackled the story This book seems to be arecent follow up to and update of Josephine Tey s classic detective story The Daughter Of Time , albeit without Tey s skill and panache

  3. says:

    The Mystery behind the Princes in the Tower has intrigued me for some time, I personally found this to be an simple, enjoyable read.

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