Collins, London, 1937, first edition, hardback, no dust jacket, 8vo, pp471, 16 plates and 3 maps.
A study of the life, character and times of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell, this book was intended by the author to get Bothwell's case reheard, both by the general public that reads history and experts who write it, with emphasis placed on the evidence of people who were alive in Bothwell's day.
Good condition. Boards have suffered some bumping to extremities but are otherwise undamaged. Pages are tanned with some foxed. Lower edges of pages are uncut (see photo). Binding is sound. Gift note (see photo) on front free endpaper