“Inspector Alan Grant of Scotland Yard is bored while recovering from a broken leg. After seeing a picture of Richard III, he decides to investigate and try to solve the mystery of the princes in the tower. With the help of an American researcher at the British Musuem, he takes a fresh look at the evidence and comes up with a new theory of what really happened. An intriguing, well written story that should entertain readers who do not normally pick out historical fiction. Additionally, Derek Jacobi does an excellent job reading the audio version.
Read-alike: The Princes in the Tower by Alison Weir; The Midsummer Crown by Kate Sedley; The White Queen by Philippa Gregory”