Alison Weir is the author of several books of royal history and biography. Her latest, ‘Elizabeth of York: The First Tudor Queen’, will be published in November by Jonathan Cape
03 July 2014 04:30 PM
My top choice would have to be Norah Lofts's Suffolk trilogy: The Town House (1959), The House at Old Vine (1961) and The House at Sunset (1963) – they are essentially one continuous book.
This week's big questions: Is the monarchy’s future safe? Is republicanism dead? Should we be more like the Dutch?
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Answered this week by royal history and biography writer Alison Weir
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