I started this book with the hope that she might have been able to rekindle the investigation into the life of Anne Neville. I was sorely disappointed with this book, because it seemed to focus more on Richard III (of whom I am a fan, but was looking forward to reading about his wife for a change), and she has condemned him in her book. She implies his guilt more than once throughout the book, and while she does not come out and say it, she more than indicates that she believes he is guilty of numerous things. The information she gives on Anne Neville is nothing new, in fact it reads quite a bit like Sharon Kay Penman and Philippa Gregory's works. I read through the entire book, hoping that it would get better, and provide some fresh insight into her life. Chapter by Chapter I was disappointed. It took me longer to read this book than it did the last three books I read through. Instead of titling this work Anne Neville: Richard III's Tragic Queen, it should be called "The Trials of Richard III: Rhe Plantagenet's history from Richard of York to the death of his son Richard III."