Recommended reading on the battle
The most detailed and accessible of modern works is Hodges (2001), which presents the case for the northern battlefield site. However the detail provided there and in some other secondary works as to the deployments and the action is not based on the primary sources, which give no such information. The other important works are those by Brooke, Evans and Favell.
Barrett, Charles Raymond Booth. Battles and Battlefields in England. London: Innes & Co., 1896.
Brooke, Richard. Visits to Fields of Battle in England of the Fifteenth Century. London: John Russell Smith, 1857.
Brooks, Emily. "Treasure in Spades." The National Trust Magazine, no. 99 (2003): 52-55.
Evans, H T. Wales and the Wars of the Roses, 1915.
Fairbairn, Niel. A Traveller's Guide to the Battlefields of Britain, 1983.
Flavell, Edmunds. The Battle of Mortimer's Cross, 1851.
Green, Howard. Guide to the battlefields of Britain and Ireland. London: Constable, 1973.
Haigh, Philip A. The Military Campaigns of the Wars of the Roses, 1995.
Hodges, Geoffrey. Ludford Bridge & Mortimers Cross. Little Logaston: Logaston Press, 2001.
Kinross, John. Discovering battlefields of England, Discovering series ; no.176. Princes Risborough: Shire, 1989.
———. Walking and Exploring The Battlefields of Britain. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1988.
Nicholson, Nigel. The Counties of Britain: A Tudor Atlas by John Speed, 1988.
Oman, Charles William Chadwick. A history of the art of war in the middle ages. London: Methuen & co. ltd, 1924.
Rayner, Michael. The Battle of Mortimers Cross. Battlefield (The Magazine of the Battlefields Trust).
Salt, A E W. Trans Woolhope NFC (1950).
Smurthwaite, David. The Complete Guide to the Battlefields of Britain. London: Michael Joseph, 1993.
Warner, Philip. British Battlefields: The Definitive Guide to Warfare in England and Scotland, 2002.