08 June, 2017

I am in The Times today

I'm delighted to announce that today's edition of The Times features an article about Edward II and his possible survival in Italy, in which I am quoted. Many thanks to journalist Marc Horne for his interest and for contacting me. The link to the article is here, if you'd like to read it and you're not in the UK; you need to register to see the whole article, but I think you can do it for free.

My book Long Live the King: The Mysterious Fate of Edward II will be released three weeks today, on 29 June (in the UK). You can now use the 'Look inside' feature!


Anerje said...

Wish I'd known earlier - it'll be sold out now!

Kathryn Warner said...

Oh shame! :( I emailed you this morning but I suppose you didn't see it till too late :/

sami parkkonen said...

Excellent stuff! I read it on line, Anerje, perhaps you can read it from there too.

Anonymous said...

I thought The Times article was surprisingly favourable. Hurray! The crit in the last paragraph was weak. But maybe you should brace yourself for the Letters page!


Unknown said...

Congrats on the new book. I hope it sells well....and more importantly, widely read.

As a matter of interest, do we know how much remains of Edward's body in Gloucester Cathedral. Has it ever been examined for DNA and to see if his means of death can be verified?

Mark Parry

Kathryn Warner said...

Thanks, Mark! No, it's never been examined - I hope that one day it might be.