House of Treason is above-average popular history: well written, free from serious factual errors, and lively enough that it could hold the attention even of someone with little to no prior knowledge ... Read More
Strengthens one's Faith w/o being overly "preacheresque." Quells many of the attacks on Christianity in a good-humored, non-confrontational manner. The title well describes this work. I do think most ... Read More
Thomas Cromwell: The Rise and Fall of Henry VIII's Most Notorious Minister
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