English Civil War

The Welsh Linnet

By A.J. Lyndon - Published 2017



This is Book One of the War Without an Enemy series, set during the English Civil War. It opens in July 1642, as divisions ...Read Review

The White King

By Leanda de Lisle - Published 2017Published 2018



Charles I of England, the “White King,” a man with an illustrious heritage, was the head of the Anglican Church, to which he ...Read Review

Royal Renegades: The Children of Charles I and the English Civil Wars

By Linda Porter - Published 2017Published 2018



One of Charles I’s more attractive qualities was his affection for his wife and children, whose privileged existences were shattered when the ...Read Review

Traitor’s Knot

By Cryssa Bazos - Published 2017


Elizabeth Seton is shunned as a traitor’s daughter after her father’s actions in the English Civil War, and her mother’s ...Read Review

This Deceitful Light

By Jemahl Evans - Published 2017



This book, set against the English Civil War, begins with the Battle of Newbury in 1643. The plot includes the murder of a young ...Read Review

The Heritage

By D. J. Presson - Published 2017


Nick Press and his sister, Anne, live in 17th-century England. The novel spans from the trial and execution of King Charles I to ...Read Review

Aphra Behn: A Secret Life

By Janet Todd - Published 2017



This revised and updated version of Janet Todd’s masterful biography of Aphra Behn shines a light on one of the most intriguing ...Read Review

The Tyrant’s Shadow

By Antonia Senior - Published 2017


This is a passionate, richly imagined story set during Oliver Cromwell’s Commonwealth in London, with scenes also in the New World and ...Read Review

The Witchfinder’s Sister

By Beth Underdown - Published 2017


It’s 1645 in England as Alice Hopkins, a lost and penniless widow, returns to her brother Matthew’s home. Her once-shy brother has ...Read Review

The Soldier, the Gaoler, the Spy and Her Lover

By Simon Parker - Published 2017


In 1647, the English Civil War is over (for the moment), and King Charles I is now Cromwell’s prisoner, having been handed over ...Read Review