Guardian of the Vision

By Irene Radford - Published 2001



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


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


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


By Murray Levine - Published 2000


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



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


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


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

Forty Testoons

By Alan Fisk - Published 1999



Forty Testoons is a story full of personal and political conflict. Father Ralph Fletcher, a young English priest, is offered his first post ...Read Review

A Season Of Knives

By P. F. Chisholm - Published 1995Published 2000



Sir Robert Carey, a courtier to Queen Elizabeth I who has been historically documented, is brought to vivid fictional life in P. F. ...Read Review

The Water Nymph

By Michele Jaffe - Published 2000



Set in Elizabethan London, The Water Nymph is a romantic romp full of espionage and intrigue. Sophie Champion matches wits with Crispin Foscari, ...Read Review