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  • Kaleidoscopic Concertina: The Dysfunctional Family of Richard III by Michael Hicks

      All of us were born into families that consist of 2 parents and 4 grandparents, plus many of us have siblings, uncles and aunts and cousins and in-laws. Some of us count a lot of people in these categories. Richard III had six siblings, whereas his enemy Henry Tudor was a posthumous child and an only child. In those days it was unusual for t ...

  • Richard III: Reinterment week

    EARLY HISTORY CATEGORY DISCOUNT CODE OFFER From 24th to 30th March you can get 25% discount off the RRP of any title in the Early History: c.500 to c.1450/1500 category on our website. All you need to do is enter the code Richard III in the Discount Codes coupon code box when you click on your shopping basket before proceeding to pay. Make sure t ...

  • Welcome to the Amberley blog!

      We are delighted to be able to present our new website to you, along with our exciting new blog. The Amberley blog will consist of our new and forthcoming releases, interviews with our authors and regular guest posts on a variety of subjects. We shall have posts on the Women’s Institute which celebrates its centenary this year, the history ...



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