Books shelved as war-of-the-roses: The White Queen by Philippa Gregory, The by Anne O'Brien (Goodreads Author) (shelved 13 times as war-of-the-roses). Here are a few books about the Wars of the Roses that I like: . Alison Weir listed this as one of the ten best history books she's ever read and I can see why. Toby Clements finds much to admire in a brace of books about the Wars of the Roses, Fatal Colours by George Goodwin and Towton by John. After Henry suffered a mental breakdown and Richard, Duke of York, was appointed regent, Margaret's power struggles with the Duke escalated into warfare, marking the beginning of the Wars of the Roses between the Houses of York whose emblem was a white rose and Lancaster a red rose. Posts are automatically archived after 6 months. The Winds of Winter: Like John Paul, I would recommend a university library if you have one near you and have access to elvis slot machine play free. Jul 10, Trevor Royle, The Wars of the Roses more of a popular narrative approach but goes all the way back to Edward III, political more than actual military details. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Betty King, The Rose Both Red and White , about Henry VII's daughter Margaret Tudor, who married King James IV of Scotland. Historical resources for me too, the Uni Libraries have tons of stuff. Richard III was crowned king, and the two boys were sent to live in the Tower of London, from which they seem never to have emerged alive. Betty King, The Beaufort Secretary , a love story about an official in the household of Margaret Beaufort, the mother of King Henry VII. Nothing Less Than 20 Years Old , and Don't Soapbox. The Paths We Dare Tread. I suppose I should start with the entry level book. Doherty, The Fate of the Princes , a stand-alone mystery in which a dying friend and confidant of Richard III tells the story of the Princes in the Tower. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Love and War , about Richard III; 1 in the Rose of York trilogy. Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. Loyalty by Matthew Lewis Goodreads Author 3. Charlemagne Tablecloth by Nichola Fletcher. Casual Game Insider Issue 20 - Summer Princes in the Tower by Alison Weir. Edit, also removed Mistress of the Monarchy: I read the book many years ago and I feel better informed about the period, but I would have to refer back to it if someone wanted names and dates.