Royal bestsellers for January-March 2016

That's right — the bestseller list is back! Here's a look at what World of Royalty visitors have been reading over the past three months. As you will see, the topic of European royal history remains as popular as ever:


The Golden Bees by Theo Aronson. A domestic chronicle of the greedy, amorous, quarrelsome Bonaparte clan, which produced two French emperors and an assortment of pretenders and eccentrics.


The Coburgs of Belgium by Theo Aronson. How the Coburgs climbed from their petty German principality to the Belgian throne and a position of enormous world power.

and (tied)

The Lost Tudor Princess by Alison Weir. Biography of Lady Margaret Douglas, niece of England's King Henry VIII.


A Day at Château de Fontainebleau by Guillaume Picon, photos by Eric Sander. This illustrated, slipcased volume recounts the history of one of the few royal residences left intact during the French Revolution.

This list is based on sales made through the main website and the Royal News Blog, which you're reading right now.

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