Part 2 of a review of Terry Breverton’s RICHARD III: THE KING IN THE CAR PARK….

Part 2 of a review by Myrna Smith, Ricardian Reading Editor, of Richard III: The King in the Car Park. EVISCERATING TERRY BREVERTON Being an elaboration, with examples, of some of the points made in Part I. Let’s get the more trivial criticisms out of the way first. Grammar: Pg. 82 –“Her son was only 14… Continue reading Part 2 of a review of Terry Breverton’s RICHARD III: THE KING IN THE CAR PARK….

Part I of a review of Terry Breverton’s RICHARD III: THE KING IN THE CAR PARK….

Part I of a review by Myrna Smith, Ricardian Reading Editor The second paragraph of the preface to this book brings up politics, citing Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher, whose death “was generally regretted by those in the south of England, but not in many other parts of the country…..There will never be a factual… Continue reading Part I of a review of Terry Breverton’s RICHARD III: THE KING IN THE CAR PARK….

The evisceration of an Alexandria dweller

Pages 69-70 of the latest Bulletin feature the complete fisking of Terry Breverton’s book, chapter by chapter, by the veteran writer Ken Hillier. Breverton, he says, has just repeated a lot of things any reasonably intelligent person now knows not to be true – the ultimate definition of a denialist.