It appears we're not going to get a huge number of new royalty books in December. But some intriguing titles are scheduled for publication. Here's your sneak peek. (As ever, publication dates are subject to change.)
Richard III in the North by M. J. Trow. England's King Richard III was not born in the North, but he made it his own.
Charles I's Executioners by James Hobson. The killers of the British king included soldiers, lawyers, Puritans, Republicans, and opportunists.
Royal Seals by Paul Dryburgh. Illustrated guide to the seals of the kings and queens of England, Scotland and United Kingdom.
Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia by Samantha Morris. Biography of siblings whose lives were filled with intrigue and danger.
The Empress by Laura Martinez-Belli, translated by Simon Bruni. Fictional account of the tragic reign of Empress Carlota of Mexico.
For the full list of new royalty books published in December, visit the Royalty.nu Books page next month. You can also go over there right now to see the October and November new book lists!
If I could only read one of the books listed above, my choice would be Cesare and Lucrezia Borgia because it looks like a good soap opera. Which book would you choose?