Richard III: The Man and the Myth
A Collection of Essays
Richard III: His Life and Times
The Making of Richard III: An Overview
Richard III: Villain or Hero
Richard III: A Thoroughly Modern Man?
The Wars of the Roses and the Modern World
Richard III and the City of Bruges
Richard III and His Legacy
How Shakespeare’s VillainShaped Modern Western Democracy
The Laws of Richard III
Richard: His Friends and Foes
Richard III and the Nevilles
Richard III and the Queen’s Brother
Richard III and Cardinal Morton
Richard III and the Percies
Richard III and the Stanleys
Richard III and Elizabeth of York (adapted from Author’s Note The King’s Daughter)
Richard and the Princes in the Tower
A Royal Unsolved Mystery: An Overview
The Facts in the Case (Adapted from the Author’s Note, Rose of York: Fall from Grace)
Who was Perkin Warbeck? (Adapted from Author’s Note, Pale Rose of England)
Uncoveringthe Mystery of Perkin Warbeck (Adapted from blog post for On the Tudor Trail)
Copyright © Sandra Worth 1995
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Pale Rose of England--Readers Group Guide
The King's Daughter--Readers Questions
Lady of the Roses--Readers Questions
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