Are you ready for November? Here’s your sneak peek at next month’s new books on royal topics!
Hitler and the Habsburgs by James Longo. How Adolf Hitler’s obsession with the Habsburg imperial family drove his rise to power.
Zenobia by Nathaniel J. Andrade. Hailing from the city of Palmyra, a woman named Zenobia governed a huge tract of the eastern Roman empire from 268 to 272.
Henry I by Edmund King. Biography of one of the greatest English monarchs.
The Mythology of the Princes in the Tower by John Ashdown-Hill. Working with a team of geneticists, the author tries to answer questions about English king Edward IV’s lost sons.
King Edward VIII: An American Life by Ted Powell. Suggests that British king Edward VIII’s abdication was set in motion by his love for America.
Informally Royal: Studio Lisa and the Royal Family by Rodney Laredo. A chance meeting in 1936 led two amateur photographers to an unlikely friendship with the British royal family.
His Royal Dogness, Guy the Beagle by Michael Brumm and Camille March, illustrated by EG Keller. The "rebarkable" true story of Meghan Markle’s rescue dog.
As always, publication dates are subject to change. For the full list of new royalty books, visit the Royalty.nu Books page in November.
If I could only read one of the books listed above, I’d probably pick Hitler and the Habsburgs to see how well it makes the case that Hitler’s hatred of Austrian royals caused World War II. Which book would you choose?