New royal and noble books – January 2020

For more new books about royalty see:


Authors: Anders Johansson and Jim Rudolfsson.

Title: Borgholm Castle.

Publication: 31 January 2020 by Solvändan Förlag.

Language: Swedish.


Author: Igor Wladimiroff.

Title: Hollandse datsja’s. Hollandse en Utrechts buitenplaatsen van Amsterdamse kooplieden op Rusland, circa 1600-1800 (Dutch Dachas. Hollands and Utrechts country estates of Amsterdam merchants on Russia, ca. 1600-1800).

Publication: around december 2019/january 2019 by Kantoor Verschoor.

Language: Dutch.


Author: François-Guillaume Lorrain.

Title: Louis XIV – L’enfant roi (Louis XIV – The child king).

Publication: 16 January 2020 by XO.

Language: French.


Author: David Beattie.

Title: Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein – A biography.

Publication: 1 January 2020 by Van Eck Verlag.

Language: English. A German version will appear on 15 September 2020.


Author: Hassan Alaoui.

Title: Mohammed VI. Le siècle d’un roi (Mohammed VI. The century of a king).

Publication: 6 January 2020 by La Croisée des Chemins.

Language: French.


Author: Hugo Vickers.

Title: The sphinx. The life of Gladys Deacon – Duchess of Marlborough.

Publication: 9 January 2020 by Hodder & Stoughton.

Language: English.


Author: Kirsten Claiden-Yardley.

Title: The man behind the Tudors. Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk.

Publication: 27 January 2020 by Pen & Sword History.

Language: English.


Author: Eduardo Olleta Garcerán.

Title: Urraca, reina de Léon y Castilla (1109-1126) (Urraca, Queen of Leon and Castile 1109-1126).

Publication: 20 January 2020 by independently published.

Language: Spanish.


Author: Kathryn Warner

Title: Edward II’s nieces. The Clare sisters. Powerful pawns of the crown.

Publication: 22 January 2020 by Pen & Sword History.

Language: English.


Author: Jill Armitage.

Title: Celtic Queen. The world of Cartimandua.

Publication: 15 January 2020 by Amberley Publishing.

Language: English.

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