HENRY I: The Father of His People
The youngest of William the Conqueror's sons, Henry I came to unchallenged power only after two of his brothers died and he had imprisoned the other. King's engrossing portrait of Henry shows a strikingly charismatic, intelligent and fortunate man, one whose life was dogged by a single great disaster.
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