Early Medieval (to 1337)

The Knight’s Conquest

By Juliet Landon - Published 2003



Two betrothals and a marriage, each lasting only three months before death claimed the men involved, has convinced Lady Eloise that she is ...Read Review

A Poultice for a Healer

By Caroline Roe - Published 2003



Loyal followers of the life of Isaac the blind physician take up the tale in 1354 where the 7th novel in the series opens. ...Read Review

Dragon’s Lair

By Sharon Kay Penman - Published 2003



It is 1193. Richard, King of England, is being held prisoner by the Holy Roman Emperor, leaving his mother, Eleanor of Aquitaine, to come ...Read Review

Grass for his Pillow

By Lian Hearn - Published 2003



The story of young star-crossed lovers Takeo and Shirakawa Kaede continues in the sequel to Across the Nightingale Floor. In an alternate feudal ...Read Review

The Maid of the White Hands

By Rosalind Miles - Published 2003 (US)Published 2004 (UK)



Ten years have passed since Isolde, daughter of the Queen of Ireland, fell in love with Tristan of Lyonesse, her husband’s nephew. ...Read Review

Grail Prince

By Nancy McKenzie - Published 2003


Biographical FictionEpic

Grail Prince is an Arthurian epic of the first order. This sweeping retelling of the legend of Camelot focuses on Galahad, son of ...Read Review

White Clover

By Tricia McGill - Published 2000



An Australian businessman named Andrew and his personal assistant Liz, an expert on ancient Gaelic, visit his ancestral home in Scotland. While exploring ...Read Review

The Islesman

By Nigel Tranter - Published 2003


Biographical FictionMilitary

           In the late 13th century, Angus Og MacDonald is brought up by his grandfather, the great Angus Mor, to be the future Lord ...Read Review

Saint Julian

By Walter Wangerin Jr. - Published 2003


Biographical Fiction

        Thirty-six short chapters describe the life of Saint Julian, the Hospitaller, chronicling his auspicious birth through the final redemption that seals his sainthood. ...Read Review

The Angel with One Hundred Wings: A Tale from the Arabian Nights

By Daniel Horch - Published 2002



Ninth-century Baghdad may be called “the City of Peace,” but it’s still a hotbed of intrigue and danger, as the Sultan’s ...Read Review