Daisy Dunn

The repression, anger and bloodshed of our own Game of Thrones

A review of Kingmaker: Winter Pilgrims, by Toby Clements. The author’s pages are aflutter with the emotions of the Wars of the Roses

The death of the Kingmaker, or Nevill, Earl of Warwick (1428-1471), English soldier and statesman was killed at the Battle of Barnet, during the Wars of the Roses Photo: Print Collector/Getty

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