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The Daughter of Time Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Nine Summary

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Chapter Nine Summary

Grant's surgeon is not aware that the bill of attainder against Richard III did not mention murder, and thinks perhaps they tried to minimize the scandal, which is not logical, since Richard was the last in his line. Grant finds that the doctor, the nurses, the matron and even Marta do not really have much interest in his obsession.

It does not make sense to Alan that Henry VII, whose claim to the throne was tenuous, never even raised the idea of Richard's involvement in his newphews' murders. Carradine brings in research which refutes much of Thomas More's account of Richard III. Edward's will named Richard the protector in charge of his sons. When Edward died in April of 1483, Richard brought the eldest boy to London, staying with his wife in a place that still exists, called Crosby Place. Clothing was ordered for the boy's...

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