Chronos Books presents The Tragic Daughters of Charles I, the latest in a series of historical royal biographies by Sarah-Beth Watkins, author of Lady Katherine Knollys: The Unacknowledged Daughter of King Henry VIII
A new book out this month The Afterlife of King James IV explores the survival stories following the Scottish king's defeat at the battle of Flodden in 1513
Announcing a new series of historical true crime books
Carolina of Orange-Nassau (1743 – 1787) was born the daughter of William IV, Prince of Orange, and Anne, Princess Royal and was thus the granddaughter of King George II.
Was the death of JFK, Jr., an accident or assassination?
A Schoolboy's Wartime Letters is a funny, fascinating journal follows the development of a boy and his changing attitudes during WW II from its outbreak in September 1939 to victory in the summer of 1945.
Catherine of Braganza, a Portuguese princess, married Charles II in 1662 and became the merry monarch's Restoration queen.
In the reign of Henry's son, Edward VI, Cranmer was considered the prime creator of the 1549 Prayer Book, the first all-English service book with reformed tendencies. Within three years, a more radical and reformed book was produced and authorised at the end of 1552.
Find out more about the real Robyn Hoode in this book by Mark Olly.
Margaret Tudor was Henry VIII's older sister and became the Queen of Scotland after her marriage to James IV in 1503.
James Fenimore Cooper was the author of The Last of the Mohicans, The Pathfinder, The Deerslayer, The Pioneers and much more.