The Lodestar by Pamela Belle

Another different version on Richard III’s story and the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Edward IV’s sons – The Princes in the Tower. Through Christie Heron saga, the author shows how this famous and still unsolved mystery could have being solved.

I have already read some books on this intriguing and interesting subject (The Sunne in Splendour by Sharon Kay Penman , The Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey, Royal Blood: Richard III and the Mystery of the Princes by Bertram Fields, The White Boar by Marian Palmer, The Murders of Richard III by Elizabeth Peters) and I really enjoyed the way Pamela Belle tells her story based on her own historical research.

A few authors, like Sharon Kay Penman, and now Pamella Belle as well, were able to shown Richard III as a normal human being.

Even if this book is stated at Goodreads as part of Heron’s saga, it can be read stand-alone without compromising the whole story.


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