A book about Richard’s time in the North of England….

Above is the cover of a new book about Richard III – at least, about his time in the North of England, during which he was a popular, loved and just ruler. So I guess M.J. Trow’s work has to be pro-Richard, because you can’t write about his Yorkshire years and not be favourable.

Which is why I will never understand how it can be believed he changed so much for the worse when his brother Edward IV died. They say leopards don’t change their spots, well, Richard was a leopard, and his spots most certainly did not change!

I hope the book does well.

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