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The Knight of Swords and Spooks

by Terry Deary & Helen Flook Bloomsbury Publishing (July 01, 2009)

Young George is suspicious when his unloving father announces that he

will be a squire to King Richard III. It is not long before he finds

out that he is really a hostage to guarantee his father's loyalty to

the...


Grail Knight

The Outlaw Chronicles #5

by Angus Donald St. Martin's Press (November 11, 2014)

In 1200 A.D., much in England has changed. Richard the Lionhearted has died and his duplicitous brother John has taken the throne. The Earl of Locksley has been outlawed by his old enemy, now the king, and Sir...


The Inquisitor

by Catherine Jinks St. Martin's Press (October 07, 2014)

I hereby record those events which took place in and around the city of Lazet relating to the assassination of our venerable Brother Augustin Duese in the year of the Incarnate Word, 1318.

So writes Brother Bernard,...


The Invention of Fire

John Gower #2

by Bruce Holsinger William Morrow (April 21, 2015)

The author of the acclaimed medieval mystery A Burnable Book once again brings fourteenth-century London alive in all its color and detail in this riveting thriller featuring medieval poet and fixer John Gower—a...


The Siege Winter

by Ariana Franklin & Samantha Norman William Morrow (February 24, 2015)

A powerful historical novel by the late Ariana Franklin and her daughter Samantha Norman, The Siege Winter is a tour de force mystery and murder, adventure and intrigue, a battle for a crown, told by two courageous...


The Empty Throne

The Saxon Stories #8

by Bernard Cornwell Harper (January 06, 2015)

The eighth installment of Bernard Cornwell’s New York Times bestselling series chronicling the epic saga of the making of England, “like Game of Thrones, but real” (The Observer, London)—the basis...


The Chef's Apprentice

by Elle Newmark Atria Books (December 30, 2008)

In a world of violence and intrigue, who guards the truth?

It is 1498, the dawn of the Renaissance, and Venice teems with rumors of an ancient book that holds the secret to unimaginable power. It is an alchemist's...


Shadow of the Swords

by Kamran Pasha Atria Books (June 22, 2010)

An epic saga of love and war, Shadow of the Swords tells the story of the Crusades—from the Muslim perspective.

Saladin, a Muslim sultan, finds himself pitted against King Richard the Lionheart as Islam and...


The Red Queen

The Cousins' War #2

by Philippa Gregory Touchstone (August 03, 2010)

The inspiration for the critically acclaimed Starz miniseries The White Queen, #1 New York Times bestselling author Philippa Gregory brings to life Margaret Beaufort, heiress to the red rose of Lancaster, who...


The Blue Wolf

by Frederic Dion & Will Hobson St. Martin's Press (January 14, 2014)

The winner of one of France's most prestigious literary prizes, The Blue Wolf is the epic historical novel of Genghis Khan

At the height of his power, Genghis Khan unified four hundred tribes and was feared...


Warlord

The Outlaw Chronicles #4

by Angus Donald St. Martin's Press (November 12, 2013)

"A rip-roaring tale . . . full of twists and turns...A fast-moving, thoroughly enjoyable yarn." —Kirkus Reviews on King's Man

Robert, Earl of Locksley, returns in Warlord, the latest in Angus Donald's compelling...


Hild

by Nicola Griffith Farrar, Straus and Giroux (November 12, 2013)

A brilliant, lush, sweeping historical novel about the rise of the most powerful woman of the Middle Ages: Hild

In seventh-century Britain, small kingdoms are merging, frequently and violently. A new religion...


Shadow of the Alchemist

by Jeri Westerson St. Martin's Press (October 15, 2013)

"Creative and enthralling . . . If you enjoy authentic Medieval history combined with modern suspense, this one's for you." —John Lescroart

Once a Knight of the Realm, Crispin Guest was stripped of his title...


Robert the Bruce

The Bravehearts Chronicles #2

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (August 06, 2013)

From author Jack Whyte comes the true story of Robert the Bruce: a passionate man. An incredible warrior. And one of Scotland's finest.

Robert I, or as he is known to a grateful Scottish nation, Robert the Bruce,...


A Burnable Book

John Gower #1

by Bruce Holsinger William Morrow (February 18, 2014)

In Chaucer's London, betrayal, murder, royal intrigue, mystery, and dangerous politics swirl around the existence of a prophetic book that foretells the deaths of England's kings. Bruce Holsinger's A Burnable...


The Pagan Lord

The Saxon Stories #7

by Bernard Cornwell Harper (January 07, 2014)

The seventh installment of Bernard Cornwell’s New York Times bestselling series chronicling the epic saga of the making of England, “like Game of Thrones, but real” (The Observer, London)—the basis...


The Mystic Rose

The Celtic Crusades #3

by Stephen R. Lawhead Harper Voyager (March 17, 2009)

“LAWHEAD KNOWS HOW TO SPIN A TALE.”

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A story rich in history and imagination, here is the final volume in Stephen R. Lawhead’s magnificent saga of a Scottish noble family and its divine quest...


The Winter Mantle

by Elizabeth Chadwick St. Martin's Press (May 21, 2013)

Normandy 1067---William may have conquered England, but it is a conquest of a different kind that one English earl has in mind.

Fresh from his defeat of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, William of Normandy...


The Tainted Throne

Empire of the Moghul #4

by Alex Rutherford St. Martin's Press (May 28, 2013)

India, 1606. Jahangir, the triumphant Moghul Emperor and ruler of most of the Indian subcontinent, is doomed. No amount of wealth and ruthlessness can protect him from his sons' desire for power. The glorious...


Lords of the White Castle

by Elizabeth Chadwick St. Martin's Press (May 21, 2013)

Westminster, 1184-- in the court of King Henry, playful competition is about to turn into something far more serious. Young courtier Fulke FitzWarin would not be an obvious companion for Prince John, but the...


The Falcons of Montabard

by Elizabeth Chadwick St. Martin's Press (May 21, 2013)

Barfleur, 1120. Sabin FitzSimon, bastard son of an earl, has acquired a reputation for wildness and trouble only matched by his abilities as a warrior. But when he is caught seducing the King's favorite mistress,...


Godiva

by Nicole Galland William Morrow Paperbacks (July 02, 2013)

Nicole Galland, author of The Fool’s Tale, turns her clever pen toward re-imagining the famous legend of Lady Godiva in this expertly crafted historical novel set in Anglo-Saxon England.

 

A 12th-century noblewoman,...


After Rome

by Morgan Llywelyn Tom Doherty Associates (February 19, 2013)

After more than four hundred years of Roman rule, the island its conquerors called Britannia was abandoned-left to its own devices as the Roman empire contracted in a futile effort to defend itself from the...


1356

The Grail Quest #4

by Bernard Cornwell Harper (January 08, 2013)

Bernard Cornwell, the "master of martial fiction" (Booklist), brings Thomas of Hookton from the popular Grail Quest series into a new adventure in 1356, a thrilling stand-alone novel. On September 19, 1356,...


King's Man

The Outlaw Chronicles #3

by Angus Donald St. Martin's Press (November 13, 2012)

"A rip-roaring tale...inspired by but not slavish to historical events of the Dark Ages, this book is full of twists and turns...A fast-moving, thoroughly enjoyable yarn." —Kirkus Reviews on King's Man

In 1192...


Uther

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (December 09, 2001)

With Uther, Jack Whyte, author of the richly praised Camulod Chronicles, has given us a portrait of Uther Pendragon, Merlyn's shadow--his boyhood companion and closest friend. And the man who would sire the...


The Sorcerer: Metamorphosis

Camulod Chronicles #6

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (June 15, 2000)

Throughout the widely praised Camulod Chronicles, Merlyn Britannicus has been driven by one sacred dream--to see Britain united under one just, powerful king. In The Sorcerer: Metamorphosis, it is time for the...


The Skystone

Camulod Chronicles #1

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (August 01, 2004)

This first novel in Jack Whyte's riveting Arthurian series tells how the story of Camelot may have actually come to be.

We all know the story—how Arthur pulled the sword from the stone and how Camelot came...


The Singing Sword

Camulod Chronicles #2

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (May 17, 2002)

We know the legends: Arthur brought justice to a land that had known only cruelty and force; his father, Uther, carved a kingdom out of the chaos of the fallen Roman Empire; the sword Excalibur, drawn from stone...


The Saxon Shore

Camulod Chronicles #4

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (January 15, 1999)

Merlyn Britannicus and Uther Pendragon---the Silver Bear and the Red Dragon---are the leaders of the Colony, lifeblood to the community from which will come the fabled Camulod.

But soon their tranquility is in...


The Lance Thrower

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (November 01, 2005)

Jack Whyte has written a lyrical epic, retelling the myths behind the boy who would become the Man Who Would Be King--Arthur Pendragon. He has shown us, as Diana Gabaldon said, "the bone beneath the flesh of...


The Fort at River's Bend

Camulod Chronicles #5

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (July 01, 2004)

Merlyn Britannicus, leader of the colony known as Camulod, is faced with the task of educating his young charge, Arthur, future King of the Britons. Fearing for the life of his nephew when an assassination attempt...


The Eagles' Brood

Camulod Chronicles #3

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (November 16, 2002)

The Eagles' Brood by Jack Whyte continues the saga of the Colony known as Camulod, and the tale of the descendants of those brave Romans who forged a new way of life for the Celt and Roman peoples when the Roman...


Ruler of the World

Empire of the Moghul #3

by Alex Rutherford St. Martin's Press (July 03, 2012)

Alex Rutherford's internationally bestselling series continues with the story of the third great Moghul emperor, Akbar, leader of a triumphant dynasty that contained the seeds of its own destruction.

Akbar, ruler...


The Forest Laird

The Bravehearts Chronicles #1

by Jack Whyte Tom Doherty Associates (February 14, 2012)

In the pre-dawn hours of August 24th, 1305, in London's Smithfield Prison, the outlaw William Wallace—hero of all the Scots and deadly enemy of King Edward of England—sits awaiting the dawn, when he is to...


Holy Warrior

The Outlaw Chronicles #2

by Angus Donald St. Martin's Press (August 02, 2011)

After the events of Outlaw, Robin of Locksley—and his sidekick and narrator, Alan Dale—finds himself in a very different England and a very changed world.

In 1190 A.D. Richard the Lionheart, the new King...


A Kingdom Divided

Empire of the Moghul #2

by Alex Rutherford St. Martin's Press (July 05, 2011)

Already an international bestseller, A Kingdom Divided continues the epic story of the Moghuls, one of the most magnificent and violent dynasties in world history.

India, 1530. Humayun, the newly crowned second...


The Templar Magician

Templars #2

by P. C. Doherty St. Martin's Press (November 08, 2011)

Murder and mayhem set at the time of the secretive Templar Order.

The year is 1152, and Jerusalem is still in the hands of the Crusaders, although the lofty ideals of before have now been replaced by subtle power-play....


The Reckoning

Welsh Princes #3

by Sharon Kay Penman St. Martin's Press (April 14, 2009)

"Penman's characters are so shrewdly imagined, so full of resonant human feeling that they seem to breathe on the page." —San Francisco Chronicle

"Never forget, Llewelyn, that the world's greatest fool is a...


Outlaw

The Outlaw Chronicles #1

by Angus Donald St. Martin's Press (April 12, 2011)

In the tradition of Bernard Cornwell and Ben Kane, Outlaw is a rousing historical novel that mixes legend with fact to bring to life the time, the lives and the struggles of late 12th century England. As the...


Falls the Shadow

Welsh Princes #2

by Sharon Kay Penman St. Martin's Press (August 19, 2008)

Simon de Montfort was a man ahead of his time in the thirteenth century, a disinherited Frenchman who talked his way into an English earldom and marriage with a sister of the English king, Henry III. A charismatic,...


Here Be Dragons

Welsh Princes #1

by Sharon Kay Penman St. Martin's Press (May 27, 2008)

Thirteenth-century Wales is a divided country, ever at the mercy of England's ruthless, power-hungry King John. Llewelyn, Prince of North Wales, secures an uneasy truce by marrying the English king's beloved...


Raiders from the North

Empire of the Moghul #1

by Alex Rutherford St. Martin's Press (May 11, 2010)

THE EPIC STORY OF ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL EMPIRES IN HISTORY

The mighty Empire of the Moghuls burst out of Central Asia into India in the sixteenth century. The first in a compelling new series of novels, Raiders...


The Queen's Man

Justin de Quincy #1

by Sharon Kay Penman Henry Holt and Co. (November 15, 1996)

Epiphany, 1193: the road out of Winchester was hidden by snow, and Justin de Quincy was making slow progress when he heard the first faint shout. It came again, louder and clearer, a cry for help. Spurring his...


Cruel as the Grave

Justin de Quincy #2

by Sharon Kay Penman Henry Holt and Co. (October 22, 2010)

April 1193.

England's King Richard Lionheart languishes in a German prison, and treason scents the air. Richard's younger brother, John, seizes Windsor Castle, and Dowager Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine summons...


The Templar

Templars #1

by P. C. Doherty St. Martin's Press (June 22, 2010)

"Resurrectionist magic." —The New York Times Book Review

It's 1095 and crusading fervor has swept Europe. Hugh de Payens and Godefroi of St. Omer, the soon-to-be founders of the Templar Order, and Hugh's younger...


The Devil In A Forest

by Gene Wolfe Tom Doherty Associates (February 15, 1996)

He lives deep in the forest in the time of King Wenceslas, in a village older than record. The young man's hero-worship of the charming highwayman, Wat, is tempered by growing suspicion of Wat's cold savagery,...


Mother of Kings

by Poul Anderson Tom Doherty Associates (April 01, 2007)

With this new novel, science fiction and fantasy grandmaster Poul Anderson has crafted a powerful story of a mighty queen, magic, and the mastery of ancient nations.

Blending characters both historical and mythological,...


War of the Gods

by Poul Anderson Tom Doherty Associates (February 15, 1999)

The story of the great King Hadding is one of the darkest and most violent to come down to us from the old North. Hadding was raised by giants far from his rightful throng, as his father, a Danish King, was...


Kings of the North

by Cecelia Holland Tom Doherty Associates (July 06, 2010)

Having fled from Constantinople, Raef Corbanson and his companions--Lief the Icelander, and Laissa, the young girl who they rescued from Constantinople--are cast up on shore in Normandy. Their goal is to return...