Royal watchers will start 2023 with tons of new books to read. Here's a sneak peek! (Publication dates are subject to change.)
Pharaohs of the Sun by Guy de la Bédoyère. The rise and fall of Egypt's ruthless, extravagant 18th royal dynasty.
Tutankhamun, King of Egypt by Aidan Dodson. Illustrated look at the young pharaoh's life and the rediscovery of his tomb.
Spare by Prince Harry. Memoir of the Duke of Sussex, "full of self-examination and hard-won wisdom about the power of love over grief."
Elizabeth: 1926-2022 by Jennie Bond. Over 250 photographs depicting Queen Elizabeth II's life and reign.
Courtiers by Valentine Low. The inside story of how the modern British royal family works.
Artful Subversion by Ying-chen Peng. This illustrated book examines art works commissioned by China's Dowager Empress Cixi.
Queens and Prophets by Emran Iqbal El-Badawi. How Arabian noblewomen and holy men shaped paganism, Christianity, and Islam.
To see the full list of January 2023 new royalty books, visit the Royalty.nu Books page in the new year.
If I could only read one of the books listed above, I might pick Pharaohs of the Sun because I like a good family saga. Which book would you choose?