Monarchs, Murderers and Mistresses

Monarchs, Murderers and Mistresses❴Download❵ ✤ Monarchs, Murderers and Mistresses Author David Hilliam – Heartforum.co.uk Covering years of British royal history, from Alfred to the Windsors, David Hilliam s informative volume is a useful quick reference that covers all the major royal events down the ages, be they resp Coveringyears of British royal history, from Alfred to the Windsors, David Hilliam s informative volume is a useful quick reference that covers Monarchs, Murderers PDF/EPUB or all the major royal events down the ages, be they respectable or otherwise.

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  • Hardcover
  • 366 pages
  • Monarchs, Murderers and Mistresses
  • David Hilliam
  • English
  • 08 June 2019
  • 0750924403

10 thoughts on “Monarchs, Murderers and Mistresses

  1. Hannah says:

    Despite the stupid title, this was an excellent book for anyone who enjoys factoids of the British royals from Saxon times to present day.Highly recommended

  2. Nicky says:

    Not a book to sit down and read straight through, I think the format means that all kinds of events are jumbled together, regardless of chronology but fun to dip into James VI was married by proxy on my birthday, apparently and there were many suspicions of witchcraft I love the headlines that come underneath each date, which result in bizarre ones like William III dies, killed by a mole.

  3. Lynn says:

    This book is a really a collection of British Royalty historical tidbits for each day of the year There is not real plot or progression, and no real method for picking the events on each day It appears well researched and documented with the tidbits, and was a fun read I read each day s entry on each day along the year It was quite fun and I looked forward to the few minutes each day, and learning something new.I would recommend this book, but not for reading straight through It is definite This book is a really a collection of British Royalty historical tidbits for each day of the year There is not real plot or progression, and no real method for picking the events on each day It appears well researched and documented with the tidbits, and was a fun read I read each day s entry on each day along the year It was quite fun and I looked forward to the few minutes each day, and learning something new.I would recommend this book, but not for reading straight through It is definitely the kind of book you want to dip in and out

  4. Hunter R. says:

    The only thing I didn t like about this book is that there was no order in timeline.

  5. Shishir says:

    Tidbits of history very briefly outlining events Lacking context this makes it a little unappealing

  6. Angela Reeves says:

    ok

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