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White King: Charles I, Traitor, Murderer, Martyr Paperback – 22 Jan 2019


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"A revelation... White King is that rare thing, a page-turning history that gently but insistently also asks provocative questions about a period on which our opinions have been all too fixed. Charles does not emerge with his reputation restored, but he emerges whole" (Mathew Lyons Financial Times)

"Fascinating" (Andrew Marr Evening Standard)

"Humane and scholarly... De Lisle's deeply and originally researched book brings Charles alive not in kingly isolation but as a father and a husband. Both biography and subject deserve our fullest attention" (Dan Jones Mail on Sunday)

"Engaging, well-researched and beautifully written... Emphatically not another book about the civil wars, this instead offers a nuanced and detailed examination of one of our most complex monarchs. It is probably the definitive modern work about Charles I" (Alexander Larman Observer)

"De Lisle, who has long been an original voice in popular Tudor studies, is generous to Charles, but too sharp a reader of evidence to ignore his flaws... Pellucid, compelling and enriched by fresh evidence... Sympathetic but scrupulous to the last" (Jessie Childs Sunday Telegraph)

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The first accessible biography in 50 years of one of the most dramatic and bloody reigns in history

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