EBOOK or KINDLE (The Children of Richard III) Ù Peter Hammond


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    EBOOK or KINDLE (The Children of Richard III) Ù Peter Hammond Despite being reasonably well written there was simply not enough material to warrant a book to be written This covered both Richard’s legitimate child acknowledged illegitimate children and some suspected illegitimate children Altogether this material could be easily covered in a chapter within a biography of Richard rather than a stand alone book

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