This year, World of Royalty visitors have been stocking up on books about British royalty and history’s most ruthless princesses. A new book about the secrets of a British aristocratic family also earned a place on the bestseller list — it may not be a book about royalty, but it’s too popular to ignore!
The Queen’s Bed by Anna Whitelock. This book reconstructs Queen Elizabeth I’s quarters and the lives of the women who attended her.
The Heir Apparent by Jane Ridley. A biography of Britain’s playboy king Edward VII, son of Queen Victoria.
Royal Marriage Secrets by John Ashdown-Hill. Were the Princes in the Tower illegitimate? Was Queen Victoria “Mrs. Brown”? This book exposes the hidden skeletons of England’s most famous rulers.
Princesses Behaving Badly by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie. Mini-biographies of dozens of ruthless princesses, including Stephanie von Hohenlohe, Olga of Kiev, and Rani Lakshmibai.
The Secret Rooms by Catherine Bailey. Before the Ninth Duke of Rutland died in 1940, he erased three periods of his life from all family records — but why?
The Royal Bestseller list is based on sales made through the Royalty.nu website and the Royal News Blog.
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