G: Loyalty Binds Me - Christopher Rae Reviews
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Newest Review: ... for the deaths of his nephews, he would get off simply because there isn't a shred of evidence by which to convict him. The ... more
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'The cat, the rat and Lovell, our dog Rule all of England under the hog' If you've been watching the news recently you'll be aware that a body has been dug up from beneath a Leicester car park and that it's believed to be that of King Richard III. It has since been confirmed that the skelton is almost certainly that of Richard. It was found roughly where his body was thought to be buried and has a severe head trauma and an iron arrowhead embedded in the spine, which corresponds to accounts of the injuries Richard sustained at the Battle of Bosworth. It also displays signs of spinal curvature, though nothing like the hunchback so beloved of Tudor ... Read the complete review
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