Rose of York: Fall from Grace: Part Three
In a tumultuous era marked by peril and intrigue, reversals of fortune and violent death, the passions of a few rule the destiny of England and change the course of history . . .
Richard III's reign is buried in mystery and controversy. For many, he is a monster of biblical proportions. Most historian agree that the usurping Tudors rewrote history to prove him a villain, much as Hitler would have villified Churchill, had he won World War II. The problem is that by the end of the sixteenth century Tudor propaganda had become historical fact.
The truth is very different and even more fascinating, and Fall from Grace gives an account of the reign of Richard III based on the actions of Richard's life, not on the Tudor myth.