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Why I’m Not King of England-bookcover

By: Colderon Fitzstanley

Why I’m Not King of England

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This book has been thoughtfully crafted by the author to demonstrate that family history can be truly captivating. While genealogy provides us with the facts of who we are and where we came from, it is through the art of storytelling that these details come to life, especially when placed within a rich context.

By exploring the potential motivations of our ancestors and highlighting the timeless nature of human traits, we can better understand that the challenges and obstacles we face today have been encountered by generations before us. The story delves into the questionable morals of various characters, the cunning ways in which responsibility can be shifted, the manipulation of the status quo for personal gain, filial disputes, familial arguments, and the once-prevailing notion of the divine right of Kings (no pun intended).

Rather than serving as a morality tale, this book aims to entertain and illuminate the striking parallels between the past and our modern lives.

Colderon Fitzstanley is a retired banking and IT consultant who has developed a keen interest in his family history, part of which has been represented in this book. He had two careers during his working life, involving 30 years in international banking and a further 20 years in banking software, using his previous experience to enable international banks to be more effective.

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