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Reviews for White King
The Spectator 'the most gripping revisionist history I have read in a long time'.
The Observer 'well researched and beautifully written..probably the defintive modern work on Charles I'.
The Telegraph 'Riveting'
The Financial Times 'her depiction of Charles's queen is a revelation.. a page turning history that asks provocative questions about a period on which our opinions have been all too fixed'.
The Times (Book of the Week) 'timely.. formidable research allied to a lively narrative'
Mail on Sunday (Dan Jones) 'both biography and subject deserve our fullest attention'.
The Express 'impeccably research and thought provoking..It revives one of this country's greatest stories: a blinkered king .a warrior queen... and scandals caused by money, sex, espionage and power'.
Country Life ' a grand tragedy..related with searing pathos'.
The drama of the Tudor age did not end with the death of Elizabeth I, but in the reign of the White King it will find resolution...