|By a Talbot Master via Wikimedia Commons|
Margaret of Anjou was seething. She had spent years literally fighting her husband's battles for him, while these two men, William Baron Bonville and Sir Thomas Kyriell, held him captive for Richard Duke of York. Well, Richard was dead now. His head had been displayed on the walls of the City of York by Margaret's forces. Now, she had led the army that had defeated his forces at the Second Battle of St. Albans and she had recaptured her husband, England's King Henry VI.