Tudor

Ill Met By Moonlight

By Sarah A. Hoyt - Published 2001

Genres:

Fantasy

When young schoolmaster William Shakespeare’s wife and child are discovered missing, he assumes they must be off visiting family. A later walk ...Read Review

The Candlemass Road

By George MacDonald Fraser - Published 2001

Genres:

AdventureEpic

The Candlemass Road is a well-written novel based firmly on fact. Set in the outlaw Border country between England and Scotland in the ...Read Review

The Devil’s Apprentice

By Edward Marston - Published 2001

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Elizabethan London’s cruel winter finds the acting troupe Westfield’s Men looking for work, so an invitation to perform at Sir Michael ...Read Review

Guardian of the Vision

By Irene Radford - Published 2001

Genres:

Fantasy

The members of the Kirkwood family are descended from the legendary Merlin, with powers just as legendary and just as frightening. But when ...Read Review

The Twylight Tower

By Karen Harper - Published 2001

Genres:

Biographical FictionMystery/Crime

The Twylight Tower is Karen Harper’s third Elizabeth I Mystery, in which she sets out to solve one of the greatest historical ...Read Review

Virgin: Prelude To The Throne

By Robin Maxwell - Published 2001

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Maxwell, in her third novel of the Virgin Queen, illustrates in detail a frequently glossed-over episode in the life of the Tudor monarch: ...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

Much Ado About Love

By Malia Martin - Published 2000

Genres:

AdventureRomance

William Shakespeare’s plays may have been written by a number of other people, or so it’s claimed, but the premise of ...Read Review

The Poyson Garden

By Karen Harper - Published (c1999)Published 2000

Genres:

Biographical FictionMystery/Crime

“Down wi’ the Boleyns, e’en the royal one!” is the cry of a group dedicated to the destruction of the Boleyn family, ...Read Review

A Mystery of Errors

By Simon Hawke - Published 2000

Genres:

Biographical FictionMystery/Crime

After viewing a performance by a traveling theater troupe, stage-struck apprentice blacksmith Symington “Tuck” Smythe leaves his country village and heads for London, ...Read Review