Several interesting books about royal history are scheduled for publication in June. Here's your sneak peek! (Of course, publication dates are subject to change.)
King of the World by Matt Waters. The life of Cyrus the Great, founder of the Persian Empire.
The Emperors of Byzantium by Kevin Lygo. A history of the Byzantine empire, told through the lives of its 92 emperors.
Daughters of the North by Jennifer Morag Henderson. About Mary, Queen of Scots and Jean Gordon, the previous wife of Mary's third husband, the Earl of Bothwell.
The Empress and the English Doctor by Lucy Ward. As smallpox ravaged her empire, Russia's Catherine the Great summoned Quaker physician Thomas Dimsdale.
A Blackmailer at Frogmore by James Travers. The ghostwriter of British king George IV's wife, Queen Caroline, threatened to reveal royal secrets.
To see the full new book list, visit the Royalty.nu Books page next month. But why wait? You can go over there right now and check out the April and May new book lists!
If I could only read one of the books listed above, I would select King of the World because I enjoy reading about ancient history. Which book would you choose?