Tuesday 30 July 2019

Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King by Marla Skidmore

Renaissance – The Fall and Rise of a King


A PREMIER Readers’ Award

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The Plain of Redemore, 22nd August 1485

Richard III – betrayed and defeated!

His gaze sweeps over the bloody carnage surrounding him. A cry goes up: “We have found the king!” He sees Henry Tudor standing triumphant over a mauled and battered corpse and hears him whisper, “It is done. England is mine.”

How can this be, when he is not dead?

With the help of his celestial mentor Father Gilbert, a Franciscan monk, Richard will learn that malign Tudor propaganda has not reigned supreme and that history did not entirely paint him as the child-killer king.

Will he grasp the chance of renaissance and exit the spiritual purgatory that has held him hostage for more than half a millennium?

Genre:  Historical Literary
Approx pages:  184

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