Suzanne Crane

Girl in a Cage

By Jane Yolen - By Robert J. Harris - Published 2002


Biographical FictionChildren/Young Adult

Set in the early 14th century, Girl in a Cage gives readers a glimpse of Scotland’s struggle for independence from England and ...Read Review

Patience, Princess Catherine

By Carolyn Meyer - Published 2004


Biographical FictionChildren/Young Adult

Carolyn Meyer continues her Young Royals series with this novel about Catherine of Aragon, who became the beloved, and then unwanted, wife of ...Read Review

Rachel & Leah

By Orson Scott Card - Published 2004



Third in Card’s Women of Genesis series, Rachel & Leah is the story of the four women who become the wives and ...Read Review

The War of the Crowns: Queen of Freedom v.2

By Christian Jacq - Published 2003Published 2004


Biographical FictionMilitarySaga

Continuing the saga of Queen Ahotep’s battle to overthrow the foreign domination of the Hyskos conquerors, The War of the Crowns returns ...Read Review

Green Mountain, White Cloud: A Novel of Love in the Ming Dynasty

By François Cheng - Published 2004



François Cheng’s new novel is a love story, chock full of many other components, set towards the end of China’s ...Read Review

Second Touch: A.D. Chronicles Book Two

By Bodie & Brock Thoene - Published 2004



The second in the Thoenes’ latest series, Second Touch returns to the days of Christ’s ministry and the religious and political turmoil ...Read Review

The Amazon and the Warrior

By Judith Hand - Published 2004


Biographical FictionEpic

This is a novel about the Amazon Queen, Penthesilea, who ruled during the time the Trojan War was raging. Judith Hand takes a ...Read Review


By Susan Squires - Published 2003


Historical FantasyRomance

Set during England’s Dark Ages in the 9th century, Danelaw is a fantasy romance combining elements of pagan powers and human passions. ...Read Review

The Secundus Papyrus

By Albert Noyer - Published 2003



Albert Noyer’s second historical mystery takes the reader to the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century, where the physician Getorius and ...Read Review

The Changeling of Finnistuath

By Kate Horsley - Published 2004



Set in medieval Ireland, The Changeling of Finnistuath is an in-depth look into the morass of hypocrisy and vulgarity that one calls civilization. ...Read Review

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