Perkin Warbeck: The Man Who Would be King

Could Perkin Warbeck have actually been Richard of York, rescued from the Tower of London and returning to England to reclaim the throne usurped by Henry VII? Or was he just a well-school imposter?

On 3 July 1495, a small army landed in Kent, headed by a young man who claimed to be Richard of York, the younger son of Edward IV and rumoured to have been murdered with his brother Edward in the…

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Pauline Montagna

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Writer and Self-Publisher. Author of The Slave, Suburban Terrors and Not Wisely but Too Well. You’ll find my books on Smashwords and me on Facebook and Twitter.

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