In this outstanding evocative novel, Margaret Davidson presents the reader with a world that is both colourful and vigorous. Anne Neville was the younger daughter of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, and the dearly loved wife of Richard of Gloucester, later Richard III of England. Here she tells of her life, and of the lives of these two Richards, during the turbulent years of the Wars of the Roses. Anne's father was wealthy and powerful, and his life was filled with political intrigues, both with York and Lancaster. After her father's death, Anne married Dickon, her childhood sweetheart, and believed that her life would be one of peace and tranquillity. However, the intrigues continued, culminating in Richard's acceptance of the crown of England.
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