The King and Mrs. Simpson: The True Story of the Commoner Who Captured the Heart of a King

Written by Erin Frances Schulz

In December of 1936, King Edward VIII of Great Britain shocked the world by giving up his kingdom in order to marry a twice-divorced American commoner named Wallis Simpson. “The King and Mrs. Simpson” recounts, in a novella-sized work, the extraordinary love story between the popular king and the enigmatic woman that began at a party in England and culminated with the downfall of his reign nearly six years later.

“…the approach treats them like a story out of a romance novel, choosing the avenue of creative nonfiction and using it well.” -The Midwest Book Review

“All the elements of scandal, intrigue, and social criticism, and demands of any monarchy are found in this highly readable book.” -The Clinton Daily News

“This is a must read for those who don’t like to plow through the tomes of history, yet want to know the story.” -The Lakeland Times


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