15th Century

The Merlin of the Oak Wood

By Ann Chamberlin - Published 2001

Genres:

Biographical FictionFantasy

The second in the Joan of Arc Tapestries series, Oak Wood is a well-researched novel in which Chamberlin masterfully interweaves elements of the ...Read Review

The Dark Virgin

By Oakland Ross - Published 2001

Genres:

Epic

Pitoque is a traveling merchant who sells his wares throughout the Aztec empire. While not an Aztec himself, he acts a spy for ...Read Review

The Squire’s Tale

By Margaret Frazer - Published 2000

Genres:

AdventureMystery/Crime

Robert Fenner, a landholder and former squire, attempts to settle a dispute between his lady wife Blaunche and her former in-laws. Believing that ...Read Review

The Red Queen: Margaret of Anjou and the Wars of the Roses

By Ruth S. Perot - Published 2000

Genres:

Alternate History

This self-published novel is one of the books that we might have, unfortunately, missed had Perot been forced to try to find an ...Read Review

Duchess

By Murray Levine - Published 2000

Genres:

Biographical FictionInspirationalLiterary

The Duchess of the title is Diane de Poitiers, one-time mistress to the King of France, François I, and thereafter, full-time mistress ...Read Review

Bellarion The Fortunate: A Romance

By Rafael Sabatini - Published 2000

Genres:

Adventure

Rafael Sabatini had earned quite a name for himself as a writer of both historical novels and biographies in the first part of ...Read Review

The Beggar’s Throne

By David Falconieri - Published 2000

Genres:

Biographical FictionMilitary

Just when you thought there must be nothing new to write about the Wars of the Roses, along comes this well-researched, highly entertaining ...Read Review

The Heretic

By Lewis Weinstein - Published 2000

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Set in fifteenth-century Spain, The Heretic tells the story of a converso Christian who rediscovers his Jewish roots, with dire consequences. Steeped in ...Read Review

English Civil War Through the Restoration in Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography, 1625-1999 (Bibliographies and Indexes in World History)

By Roxane C. Murph - Published 2000

Genres:

Nonfiction

Freelance researcher Murph presents a descriptive list of fictional works all set between the beginning of Charles I’s reign (1625) and the death ...Read Review

The Merlin of St. Gilles’ Well (The Joan of Arc Tapestries)

By Ann Chamberlin - Published 1999

Genres:

Biographical FictionFantasy

In the early 1400s, Jean le Drapier, a maimed Breton seer, awaits the birth of La Pucinelle, the girl he has seen in ...Read Review