I'm not familiar with Sandra Worth's work, but enjoyed reading her interview. Thanks, Lara and Sandra, it's great to read author's views on here!
My question is - do any historians in non-fiction books argue that "Perkin Warbeck" was really Richard, duke of York?
That is a good question, I am frequently amazed at the way the Tudor version of events during the later part of the 'War of the Roses' is so blithely accepted by serious academics as solid fact. I feel that the whole issue of Yorkist 'pretenders' requires a more serious study.
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