Lord Protector

Lord Protector - Clayton Spann,  Spann,  Clayton I wanted to like this book far better than I did.Posited as a new theory for what happened to the princes in the Tower, examined through fiction, this is actually a dystopian alternate future novel -- with princes running in and out of various periods and futures via a time travel mechanism.Throw in misspellings of places like Aquitaine and Tewkesbury, and cars salaaming in and out of traffic when they should be slaloming ... I had to convince myself to finish. Which is unfortunate, because the idea was good and it's obvious that Spann researched the Yorkist era very carefully. So much more could have been done with this tale. :-(