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The Wobbly Kings of England

The Wobbly Kings of England

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England’s history has been as exciting as it has been unstable. The poshies who ruled back in medieval times were a pretty wobbly bunch, and didn’t give a monkey’s whotsit for the sweaty peasants. With war, assassinations, plots and some shady characters, British history sure is chaotic!

If you want to know who did what, when and why in English history, but don’t reckon much on the heavy, academic stuff, then this is the book for you! It’ll give you a pretty detailed account of the reigns of a lot of English monarchs. There’s a bit of information, too, about the actions of the less important guys, the earls and posh people like that, who frequently claimed that they could do a better job of running the show than the bloke on the throne. Read it all in this accessible and digestible account of the wobbly British bunch!

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About the Author

Tony Maclachlan is a retired lecturer from the New Forest, Wiltshire. The inspiration behind Rowanvale Books, Tony began writing and publishing books based on his speciality of local historical wars. He has published two books, both of which sold globally despite their local focus. He is currently in the process of writing his trilogy covering the American War of Independence.

Accolades

Review of Civil War in Wiltshire, 'Salisbury Journal': "In setting out to recreate the events and traumas of the civil war, he visited many of the churches and manors. Researched extensively through primary and secondary sources to docment the story of the civil war in Wiltshire and has produced a dramatic account of most of the engagements and battles including the well-known double siege of Wardour Castle".

Review of Civil War in Hampshire, 'Hampshire Chronicle': "Maclachlan's book vividly describes the fall of Winchester and Basing House and the final defeat of Charles I. It is a scholarly and exciting work, fully illustrated with maps, contemporary illustrations and photographs of the present day locations where the wars were fought".

Other titles by Tony Maclachlan

Book Details

  • Author: Tony Maclachlan
  • 303 pages
  • Publication Date: 30/04/2016
  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-910832-78-3
  • EPUB ISBN: 978-1-910832-72-1
  • MOBI ISBN: 978-1-910832-73-8
  • PDF ISBN: 978-1-910832-74-5