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Alan Grant

A Scotland Yard detective who is laid up in a hospital bed from injuries he received in the line of duty. The consummate detective, Grant decides excavate the real truth about Richard III, assumed to have murdered his innocent young nephews, the two sons of King Edward IV. Grant has respect for facts and figures and does not necessarily trust anything he hears, since people tend to hold opinions for different reasons, and opinions are not always based on facts. Grant determines that Richard III was not guilty of the death of his nephews. Through dates and records, he decides that the person to blame for their deaths, if they indeed were murdered, was King Henry Tudor VII. Henry VII had every reason to want the boys gone. Grant is an impatient patient, assigning nicknames to his nurses and being generally bored and restless. Grant prides himself...

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