Oops, I forgot to post this in February, so it isn't really a sneak peek! Still, here's a look at some of the new royalty-related books scheduled for publication in March. (As always, publication dates are subject to change.)
Four Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Romanov Grand Duchesses by Helen Rappaport. An account of the last tsar of Russia's daughters, drawing on their own letters and diaries.
Faisal I of Iraq by Ali A. Allawi. Born in 1883, King Faisal I of Iraq was a central player in the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and the establishment of new Arab states.
Thomas Cromwell: Servant to Henry VIII by David Loades. This biography shows how Cromwell managed his relationship with Henry VIII, and how he manipulated the politics of the court that eventually destroyed him.
Rebellion by Tim Harris. The reigns of Britain's first Stuart kings, King James VI and King Charles I.
Empress of the Night by Eva Stachniak. Fiction. Catherine the Great recalls her rise to the throne of Russia and her rule over the world's greatest power.
Visit the Royalty.nu Books page to see the rest of this month's new royalty titles.
If I could only read one of the books listed above, I would pick Thomas Cromwell because of my well-known Tudor addiction. Which book would you choose?