Sneak peek at September 2020 new royalty books

It's been my observation that September is the BEST month for new royalty books, and next month is no exception! Here's your sneak peek.

(As always, publication dates are subject to change. I know I say that every month, but it's true…)

Blood and Oil by Bradley Hope & Justin Scheck. The rise to global power of Mohammed bin Salman, son of the current king of Saudi Arabia.

Greece Against Rome by Philip Matyszak. How Rome conquered the Hellenistic kingdoms while adopting much of their culture.

Royal Witches by Gemma Hollman. Witchcraft and the nobility in 15th century England.

Forbidden Wife by Julia Abel Smith. After the illegal marriage of George III's son Augustus Frederick to Lady Augusta Murray, the bride became a social pariah.

The Tsarina's Lost Treasure by Gerald Easter and Mara Vorhees. Catherine the Great, a Dutch art masterpiece, and a legendary shipwreck.

Once Upon a Diamond by Prince Dimitri, photographs by Mark Roskams. About royal jewelry from Italy, Greece, Belgium, Russia, and Yugoslavia.

A Most English Princess by Clare McHugh. Fictional account of the life of Queen Victoria's daughter Victoria, the Princess Royal, who married a future German emperor.

The full list of new royalty books will be published on the Royalty.nu Books page on the first day of the month. And it's going to be a long list, so don't miss it. You can also go over there right now to check out the July and August book lists while they're still available.

If I could only read one of the books listed above, my choice would definitely be Greece Against Rome. In fact, as soon as I saw it, I added it to my Amazon wish list. Which book would you choose?

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