JAMES I: The Phoenix King
Tells the story of James's personal life and private passions as much as his public achievements. James was often accused of being too informal and insufficiently regal, but when his son Charles I decided to redress these criticisms in his own reign, he was destroyed. This is a vivid portrait of an often underappreciated monarch. Color illus.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 6881416
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