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Richard Duke of York 1473-1483

Works: 9 works in 17 publications in 3 languages and 333 library holdings
Genres: History  Fiction  Biography  Juvenile works  Detective and mystery fiction  Science fiction  Children's audiobooks  Drama 
Classifications: PR6025.A2547, B
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    The princes in the tower by Alison Weir( Book )
    1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 149 libraries worldwide
    Royal family, at last provides a conclusive solution to this age-old puzzle. Carefully examining every shred of contemporary evidence as well as the dozens of modern accounts, Weir reconstructs the entire chain of events leading to the double murder. In The Princes in the Tower we are witnesses to the tumultuous reign of Edward IV, the princes' powerful, handsome, promiscuous father. We see the unfolding rivalry between the Wydvilles, the common family of Edward's shrewd
    Royal blood : Richard III and the mystery of the princes by Bertram Fields( Book )
    2 editions published between 1998 and 2000 in English and held by 75 libraries worldwide
    "In this new book, renowned litigator Bertram Fields goes back more than 500 years to offer a compelling look at the case of Richard III. Applying the same modern techniques he successfully uses in the courtroom, Fields outlines and evaluates the arguments on both sides, weighs the evidence, and offers the definitive truth about this extraordinary man." "Fields examines the earliest biographers of Richard, exposing the political, cultural, and geographical biases inherent in their portrayals and reveals how much "fact" was actually gossip and disinformation, including that given the world by More and Shakespeare. He sets the stage for the coming drama with a lucid and colorful picture of the War of the Roses, the long struggle between the houses of York (white rose) and Lancaster (red rose), that put Richard's family on the throne. He vividly brings to life the key players, including the weak but saintly Henry VI, used and deceived by everyone, including his rapacious queen; the womanizing soldier-king Edward IV, bribed into inaction by the French king's gold; his conniving wife, Elizabeth Woodville; the charming but treacherous brother Clarence; Richard's loyal wife, Anne Neville, kidnapped and hidden away as a kitchen maid; and Henry Tudor, the exile with virtually no legitimate claim to rule, who schemed at Richard's betrayal and replaced him on the throne. Setting them against the rich tapestry of the period, the author conveys a fresh and insightful view of the many players in this royal drama and analyzes their motives and machinations as they vie for the power of the crown." "Clearing away the dust of time, Royal Blood attempts to answer the intriguing questions inherent in the drama: Was Edward IV's marriage truly legal? Were his sons, Edward, Prince of Wales, and Richard, Duke of York illegitimate? What role did Richard play - or not - in his brother Clarence's death? Were the bones found in the Tower of London those of the young princes? Was there even a murder - were the boys instead removed from the Tower and raised in secrecy? And if they were cold-bloodedly killed who else would have wanted them dead? The neurotic, mercurial Buckingham? Henry VII himself? Royal Blood ends with a stunning reenvisioning of British and world history: what if Richard had never accepted the crown? What if he had instead insisted his young nephew reign as Edward V? How would our lives be changed?"--Jacket
    Richard III and the princes in the Tower by A. J Pollard( Book )
    2 editions published between 1991 and 1997 in English and held by 52 libraries worldwide
    [This book] explores the story of Richard III and the tales that have been woven around the historic events; discusses his life and reign and the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower; and assesses the original sources upon which much of the 'history' is based.-Dust jacket
    The princes in the Tower by Elizabeth Jenkins( Book )
    5 editions published between 1978 and 1992 in English and held by 35 libraries worldwide
    The sinister deaths of the boy king Edward V and his younger brother Richard, Duke of York, remain two of the most fascinating murder mysteries in English history
    Les enfants d'Édouard. Tragédie by Casimir Delavigne( Book )
    3 editions published between 1835 and 1846 in Spanish and held by 10 libraries worldwide
    Un salon chez la reine Élisabeth. D'un côté. La reine occupée à broder; de l'autre, quelques métiers de tapisserie abandonnés par les femmes, qui entourent le jeune duc d'York. Élisabeth, le Duc d'York, Luci, Emma, Fanny. Élisabeth, au duc d'York, sans lever les yeux: Regarderai-je? Le Duc d'York, dont on achève la toilette: Oh! Non. Élisabeth: Enfant! Le Duc d'York: Non, pas encore. (à Luci) Bonne mère, attendez. Donne le collier d'or.
    The daughter of time by Josephine Tey( Sound Recording )
    1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
    Confined to a hospital bed, Scotland Yard's Inspector Grant reconsiders 500-year-old evidence and brilliantly arrives at a compelling new answer to one of the most intriguing mysteries in history-- who really murdered the young princes who were imprisoned in the Tower of London?
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    1 edition published in 2011 in Hebrew and held by 1 library worldwide
    The daughter of time by Josephine Tey( Book )
    1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
    While at a London hospital recuperating from a fall, Inspector Alan Grant becomes fascinated by a portrait of King Richard III. A student of human faces, Grant cannot believe that the man in the picture would kill his own nephews. With an American researcher's help, Grant delves into his country's history to discover just what kind of man Richard Plantagenet was and who really killed the little princes. Cosy mystery. Whodunit
    Sent by Margaret Peterson Haddix( Sound Recording )
    1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
    Jonah, Katherine, Chip, and Alex suddenly find themselves in 1483 at the Tower of London, where they discover that Chip and Alex are Prince Edward V and Richard of Shrewsbury, imprisoned by their uncle, King Richard III, but trying to repair history without knowing what is supposed to happen proves challenging. Author's note includes historical facts about the princes and king
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