English Civil War

The Witch-Hunter’s Tale

By Sam Thomas - Published 2015

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

This is the third in the author’s mystery series set during the English Civil War, starring Lady Bridget Hodgson, noblewoman and midwife. ...Read Review

Civil War: The History of England, Volume III

By Peter Ackroyd - Published 2014

Genres:

Nonfiction

In Civil War, the third instalment of his ambitious attempt to write a history of England akin to Macaulay, Peter Ackroyd covers the ...Read Review

Killers of the King: The Men Who Dared to Execute Charles I

By Charles Spencer - Published 2014

Genres:

Nonfiction

The 1649 execution of Charles I seemed to signal the end of the Stuart dynasty. The killers of the king, or regicides, certainly believed ...Read Review

Blood for Blood

By D.S. Allen - Published 2014

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

The Battle of Worcester provides the breeding ground for this Civil War tale of bloody revenge. Blood for Blood is a well-written and ...Read Review

The Book of the Needle

By Matthew Francis - Published 2014

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Arise Evans (a historical character) is a Welsh mystic and tailor who finds himself in the religious and political turmoil or the mid-17...Read Review

Warlord’s Gold

By Michael Arnold - Published 2014

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

This is the fifth book in Michael Arnold’s Civil War Chronicles, following the career of Captain Stryker, mercenary soldier in the service ...Read Review

The Royalist

By S. J. Deas - Published 2014

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

The English Civil War draws to a close. A royalist dragoon, Falkland, awaits execution. He is reprieved because Cromwell hears of his reputation ...Read Review

Sharavogue

By Nancy Blanton - Published 2012

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In this nicely written debut, a young girl, Elvy, curses Oliver Cromwell after he murders a boy from her Irish village. In the ...Read Review

The Licence of War (Laurence Beaumont 2)

By V.C. Letemendia - Published 2014Published 2014-05-15

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This is quite a tome at just under 600 pages, but it turns out to be a quick and brilliant read. Laurence Beaumont, impetuous ...Read Review

For the King

By Ronald Welch - Published 2013

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

1642. England is on the verge of Civil War, and 20-year-old Neil Carey must decide whose side he’s on: Parliament or the King. ...Read Review

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