THE KING'S REVENGE: Charles II and the Greatest Manhunt in British History
Vowing vengeance after the beheading of his father Charles I in January 1649, the 19-year-old Prince of Wales started the biggest manhunt the nation had ever seen. Set in an age of intrigue and espionage, that engrossing tale of double agents, ambition and betrayal unfolds here. Illus.
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