The exiled Yorkist king Edward IV lands at Ravenspur with a half-drowned army and his brother Richard at his side. Though every hand is against them, though every city gate is shut, the brothers York will not go quietly into banishment. Instead, they choose to attack.
CONN IGGULDEN is one of the most successful authors of historical fiction writing today, with bestselling series on Julius Caesar, Genghis Khan and the Wars of the Roses, as well as two stand-alone novels- Dunstan, set in the red-blooded world of tenth-century England, and The Falcon of Sparta, in which Iggulden returns to the Ancient World. Both instalments of his Athenian series, -The Gates of Athens and Protector, and his recent Golden Age series, Lion and Empire, are Sunday Times bestsellers.
Witness the rise of the Tudors in the stunning conclusion to Conn Iggulden's powerful retelling of the Wars of the Roses, Ravenspur. from the publisher's description Absorbing and bloody. Iggulden handles the origins of the Tudor dynasty with great panache -- Antonia Senior The Times A tough, pacy chronicle of bloody encounters, betrayals and cruelties. Superb Daily Mail Breathes new life into the darkest and most dramatic of times Star One of our finest historical novelists has produced another impressively researched, cleverly plotted and gripping take on the Wars of the Roses Daily Express Iggulden is in a class of his own Daily Mirror Superbly plotted and paced The Times Exceptionally well-written and gripping Stylist Compelling Woman and Home A page-turning thriller Mail on Sunday Pacey and juicy, and packed with action Sunday Times Superb. This fantastic novel reveals with extraordinary insight the ambitions and fears of the leading figures of the day, most memorably Richard III Express