Isabella, daughter of Philip IV of France, married King Edward II of England in 1308 in a union intended to create a lasting peace between the two countries. It is believed that Edward was murdered at Berkeley Castle near Gloucester, at the order of his wife. This book examines the incident set in the most turbulent periods of English history.
The queen they called 'the she-wolf' and the true fate of Edward II
Paul Doherty is the internationally renowned author of many histories and historical novels. He studied history at Liverpool and Oxford universities, and gained a Doctorate at Oxford. He is now headmaster of a London school and lives near Epping Forest.