The true story of the royal family in crisis - UPDATED WITH 12 NEW CHAPTERS
Robert Lacey is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty books, including The Queen; Ford: The Men and the Machine; The Year 1000; and Inside the Kingdom. He lives in London.
PRAISE FOR BATTLE OF BROTHERS
'They were dubbed the Fab Four, but with a smitten Harry
exploding at perceived slights to Meghan, the Princes were torn
apart by anger that survives today, as Robert Lacey reveals in the
royal book of the year'
'You've read Finding Freedom - now discover the whole
'A riveting, well researched book'
'A portrayal of the royal heir and the spare that rebalances our
perceptions of both ... It may also convince some readers that
Harry made the right decision'
'A poignant account of the princes' unhappy childhood'
PRAISE FOR ROBERT LACEY'S PREVIOUS BOOKS
'Robert Lacey is the King of royal biographers'
'A unique insight... Respected for the depth and extend of his
research and contacts, Robert Lacey knows arguably more about the
Queen than any other commentator writing today'
'Robert Lacey makes you feel like you're right there, in the
palace, in the castle'
'Lacey has arranged his material beautifully; not one of these
400 pages is tiresome or dull'
'[Lacey] has an eye for the telling image ... Smart, thorough
and well crafted, it is absolutely of its time'
'Has bestseller written all over it'
'Beautifully written and thought-provoking ... Robert Lacey has
written a highly accomplished book which should go into the bags of
anyone who has to travel to the kingdom'
'Incisive ... The real triumph of this book ... is the way it
peels away the layers of mystery that shroud a civil society of
which we have almost no knowledge'