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Henry - Book Three of the Tudor Trilogy by [Riches, Tony]
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Bosworth 1485: After victory against King Richard III, Henry Tudor becomes King of England. Rebels and pretenders plot to seize his throne. The barons resent his plans to curb their power and he wonders who he can trust. He hopes to unite Lancaster and York through marriage to the beautiful Elizabeth of York.

With help from his mother, Lady Margaret Beaufort, he learns to keep a fragile peace. He chooses a Spanish Princess, Catherine of Aragon, as a wife for his son Prince Arthur. His daughters will marry the King of Scotland and the son of the Emperor of Rome. It seems his prayers are answered, then disaster strikes and Henry must ensure the future of the Tudors.

"A fine end to a superbly researched and well-written trilogy, one I would recommend to anyone with an interest in this period of history." Best-selling author Terry Tyler

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Preseli Press (17 March 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XQK1R6S
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Henry VII - his story, finally told 12 April 2017
By Sandra F. - Published on Amazon.com
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First came Owain, or Owen - he who started as a servant and became husband to the Queen of England. After her death, he fought alongside Jasper, his son, for the crown of England. Owen lost his life and Jasper endured many years in prison after which he continued the fight to establish his nephew, Henry, as King of England. Now comes the third and last novel in the trilogy, the story of Henry VII - he who was destined to unite the red rose of Lancaster and the white rose of York into one. The man himself has been more or less consigned to the shadows of history - until now. We've read of Richard III and even watched as they found his bones under a modern day parking lot, now laid to rest. We all know well the story of Henry's son, Henry VIII and his daughter, Elizabeth, who would become one of England's greatest rulers. But how many knew the man who ruled for 28 years of peace and was the one who united the great lines of Tudor and Plantagenet? I'd read a little of his story, but the only impression I had was that of a somewhat cold man who did his best to bankrupt the country. That has now changed. The son of Edmund Tudor and Margaret Beaumont, an amazingly ambitious woman who was also something of a religious zealot who would let no one get in her way of setting her son on the throne. This book brings Henry to life as a person, a husband and a man who passionately loved his country and his wife, Elizabeth Plantagenet. Tony Riches has done a fantastic job at telling his story, from the shores of Wales where the author himself was raised, to the streets of London and the halls of Westminster. This author makes him real, a man who was raised to be king and create a dynasty. And he has done a fantastic job of it. Henry VII has finally emerged from the shadows and told his story through the words of Tony Riches.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This was realistic and balanced I thought and wonderfully written. A must read for Tudor fans 22 March 2017
By Celgirl27 - Published on Amazon.com
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I thought this book was excellent-so well researched and for once, a fair account of Henry VII. He is far too often a villain in fiction when he is not being ignored in favor of his flashier descendants. This was realistic and balanced and wonderfully written. A must read for Tudor fans!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Henry VII 27 March 2017
By Gaye Verlander - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed reading this book HenryVII, after finishing the two previous novels in this series, I was not disappointed, lovely to read his more private and family side and to read the trials he had to go through after Bosworth to retain his kingship, I thought it was very well researched and I recommend as a must read for all history and Tudor fans,
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good read 10 April 2017
By linda h2o - Published on Amazon.com
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Tudor England is always an enjoyable way to relax and spend a rainy day. I found Henry VII a complete opposite of his infamous son Henry VIII . It was refreshing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love Plantagenet and Tudor history 25 March 2017
By Terry Tyler - Published on Amazon.com
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4.5 stars

I reviewed this as a member of Rosie Amber's Review Team, via an ARC, but I'm a big fan of this author so I would have bought it anyway. I adored the second part of the Tudor Trilogy, Jasper, and was looking forward to this last part.

I love Plantagenet and Tudor history, but Henry VII is one of the characters I knew less about; I've always thought of him, I suppose, as a not very interesting link between the wars of York and Lancaster, and the great era of the eighth Henry and Good Queen Bess. This book showed, though, that the uniting of the two houses to end the Wars of the Roses, after Henry defeated Richard III at Bosworth and married Elizabeth of York, was far from the end of the story. He then had to deal with kingship itself, something that his mother, Margaret Beaufort, had always assured him was his right, though he was not one who sailed gallantly into such a role. His reign was beset by troubles with the Yorkist rebels, imposters like Perkin Warbeck, the Cornish rebellion, financial difficulties, and tragedy within his own family, with the deaths of children Edmund and Katherine and, of course, Prince Arthur ~ which gave way to the reign of the most famous of all English kings, Henry VIII.

I liked how Tony Riches has shown us the man behind the sombre portrait, and I warmed to his Henry Tudor very much. Even though some of his problems were of his own making, he seemed like an honest, self-aware, realistic person, rather humble, and very much like his mother ~ the 'Beaufort Steel' is much in evidence, though to my mind it skipped a generation, and didn't come out again until Henry's granddaughter, Elizabeth, was on the throne. Riches writes so well, and I read this book in almost one sitting. So interesting, of course, to read about the young Henry VIII, and I had forgotten the difficulties that came with his desire to marry Catherine of Aragon, his brother's widow. I couldn't help thinking that, given the events some twenty-odd years later, it might have not been meant to be.

Henry's story is not as thrilling as Jasper's, but this is a fine end to a superbly researched and well-written trilogy, one I would recommend to anyone with an interest in this period of history. And don't forget to read the Author's Note!

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