From a review of The Third Plantagenet: George Duke of Clarence by John Ashdown-Hill, printed in the Mail on Sunday:
Time has not been kind to George, Duke of Clarence, Thanks to Shakespeare's Richard III, the brother of Richard and Edward IV is remembered as 'False, fleeting, perjur'd''; a traitor put to a fool's death. ... But the real George, as this enthralling and elegant biography makes plain, was very different. ... In Ashdown-Hill, George has finally found the champion he deserves.