BIC code: FGU
See also: Historical Fiction
- Paperback - Allison & Busby
Bohemund is heading east into the Byzantine Empire, part of the greatest military expedition of medieval times, the Papal Crusade to take back the holy places of Christendom from the infidel. But Bohemund has his own agenda, the increase of his own riches, fiefdoms and influence at any cost.
- Paperback - Sphere
The sixth volume of Jack Whyte's Camulod series sees Merlyn the Sorcerer finally ready to realise his sacred dream - to present Arthur as the Riothamus, the High King of Britain.
- Paperback - Matador
Set against the wild and perilous background of Scotland in the late 13th century, the adventurous lives of Robert the Bruce's five sisters come to life through their own words in a series of letters.
- Son Of Blood
- Paperback - Allison & Busby
Under Robert Guiscard, the de Hautevilles have grown in importance and power throughout Italy and, through the Papacy, all of Christendom. Now it is Robert's son Bohemund's turn to take up arms - the opportunity to fight under the papal banner in the Holy Lands could bring him the glory and riches he desires.
- Add to BasketThe Sensorium Of God
- Paperback - Polygon
'The Sensorium of God' is the second of a trilogy of novels inspired by the dramatic struggles, personal and professional, and key historical events in man's quest to understand the Universe.
- Add to BasketSong Of The Eight Winds: 'Reconquista'
- Paperback - Oasis-WERP
This novel is set during the 13th century Christian 'Reconquest' of Mallorca from the island's Muslim rulers. An action-packed saga of conflict, intrigue and forbidden romance - with a subtle peppering of humour.
- Add to BasketA Sea Of Troubles
- Hardback - Allison & Busby
1794. In the wake of the glorious 1st of June, an equivocal success for the Royal Navy over Revolutionary France, John Pearce has pressing matters to which he must attend. He has an urgent commission from Lord Hood, he must track down Midshipman Toby Burns.
- The Scottish Prisoner: A Novel
- Paperback - Orion
London, 1760, and Lord John Grey - aristocrat, soldier and sometimes spy - finds himself in possession of a packet of papers that might as well have come equipped with a fuse, so explosive are their contents. The documents reveal a damning case of corruption and murder against a British Officer.
- A Sunless Sea
- Paperback - Headline
1864 and on the bank of the Thames, Monk is appalled at the shocking mutilation visited upon the body of a woman found on Limehouse Pier. But when enquiries into the killing unearth a connection between the victim and Dr Lambourn, it's clear that not all is as it seems.
- Add to BasketSir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe
- Paperback - Luath
'Ivanhoe' follows Wilfred of Ivanhoe, part of one of the few Saxon families at a time when English nobility was dominated by the Normans, who is out of favour with his father for his allegiance to the Norman king, Richard the Lionheart.