This is completely new so of course you will understand that I can't claim to have read it, but it is one of the great moments in British history and Antonia Fraser is a very good author. Plus The Times recommended it thus:
It is a remarkable story told by an excellent storyteller, with a flair for character and rare sympathy for context.
I certainly intend to get hold of it, so hopefully it won't disappoint us all.
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