Written by: Richard Rutherford-Moore
Submitted By: david underhill
Perhaps the most enlightened historian I have ever known, a book, as the title suggests, on the facts of Robin Hood. Written from a non-academic viewpoint this book is a delightfully easy read crammed with enlightening information scrutinised beyond belief and presented brilliantly. A must for anyone who thought they knew the legend. Having had the honour of working with Mr Rutherford-Moore, I can confidently say he is without doubt the most enlightened historian putting quill to parchment!!!