Hezekiah is described as a king with impeccable behavior by the Chronicler. For a discussion of the aim of the Chronicler, see David N. Freedman, “The Chronicler’s Purpose,” Catholic Biblical Quarterly 23 (1961), pp. 436–442 and Isaac Kalimi, The Book of Chronicles Historical Writing and Literary Devices (Jerusalem: Bialik Institute, 2000), p. 31 [Hebrew]. For an explanation of the diverging accounts of Kings and Chronicles see M. Breuer, “Torat ha-Teudot shel ba’al Sha’agat Aryeh,” Megadim 2 (1986), pp. 9–22 [Hebrew].