Elizabeth Chadwick


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    Historical

    Sep-2015

    As Queen of England, Eleanor has a new cast of enemies—including the king.Eleanor has more than fulfilled her duty as Queen of England-she has given her husband, Henry II, heirs to the throne and has proven herself as a mother and ruler. But Eleano...

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    Historical

    Jul-2014

    New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Chadwick brings Eleanor of Aquitaine to life with breathtaking historical detail in the first volume of this stunning new trilogy. Eleanor of Aquitaine, the legendary 12th century queen of France and later ...

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    Historical

    Sep-2013

    Same as Lords of White Castle (2002) Westminster 1184 -- in the court of King Henry, playful competition is about to turn into something far more serious. When young courtier Fulke Fitzwarin is accused by Prince John of cheating during a game of c...

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    Historical

    Sep-2011

    Matilda, daughter of Henry I, knows that there are those who will not accept her as England's queen when her father dies. But the men who support her rival Stephen do not know the iron will that drives her. Adeliza, Henry's widowed queen and Matil...

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    Historical

    Mar-2011

    The Marshal Novels - 5

    The adored and spirited daughter of England's greatest knight, Mahelt Marshal lives a privileged life. But when her beloved father falls foul of the volatile and dangerous King John, her world is shattered. The king takes her brothers hostage and Mah...

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    Historical

    Sep-2010

    The Marshal Novels - 4

    A BITTERSWEET TALE OF LOVE, LOSS AND THE POWER OF A KING When Roger Bigod arrives at King Henry II's court to settle a bitter inheritance dispute, he becomes enchanted with Ida de Tosney, young mistress to the powerful king. A victim of Henry's sedu...

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    Historical

    Oct-2007

    The Marshal Novels - 1

    Sometimes Keeping Your Honor Means Breaking Your Word The early twelfth century is a time for ambitious men to prosper. John FitzGilbert is a man of honor and loyalty, sworn to royal service. When the old king dies, his successor rewards the handsome...

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    Historical

    Dec-2006

    The Marshal Novels - 3

    HOW A HERO BECOMES A LEGEND Already known as a knight of uncommon skill and honor, William Marshal has earned the friendship of King Richard and the love of a wealthy heiress. But when the Lionheart dies, leaving his treacherous brother John on th...

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    Historical

    Jul-2006

    The Marshal Novels - 2

    A FORGOTTEN HERO IN A TIME OF TURMOIL A penniless young knight with few prospects, William Marshal blazes into history on the strength of his sword and the depth of his honor. Marshal's integrity sets him apart in the turbulent court of Henry II and...

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    Historical

    Nov-2005

    The Fitzwarin Novels - 1

    England, 1148 -- ten-year-old Brunin FitzWarin is an awkward misfit in his own family. A quiet child, he is tormented by his brothers and loathed by his powerful and autocratic grandmother. In an attempt to encourage Brunin's development, his father ...

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    Historical

    Aug-2004

    Sabin FitzSimon, disgraced son of an earl, is given the opportunity to rebuild his career and salvage his reputation when the knight Edmund Strongfist leaves for the Holy Land to offer his sword and services to the King of Jerusalem. He asks Sabin to...

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    Historical

    Apr-2003

    Normandy 1067 -- William may have conquered England, but it is a conquest of a different kind that one English earl has in mind .. . Victorious at Hastings, William has returned to Normandy in triumph, accompanied by the English nobles he cannot t...

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    Historical

    Dec-2000

    The Fitzwarin Novels - 2

    Westminster 1184 -- in the court of King Henry, playful competition is about to turn into something far more serious. When young courtier Fulke Fitzwarin is accused by Prince John of cheating during a game of chess, he cannot but respond. It is the o...

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    Historical

    Aug-2000

    ENGLAND 1216: DISSATISFACTION WITH KING JOHN HAS BRED A CIVIL WAR WHICH THREATENS THE SOCIAL ORDER. Unwanted and unloved, rebellious Miriel Weaver is forced to a convent by her violent stepfather. Her plan to escape from the harsh life of a novice...

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    Historical

    Jul-1999

    In the summer of 1140, Oliver Pascal returns home from a long pilgrimage to discover England ravaged by civil war. Among the survivors he finds are Richard, an illegitimate royal son, and the boy's young nurse, Catrin. Widowed, stubborn and proud, sh...

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    Historical

    May-1998

    In the spring of 1193, Monday de Cerizay is smitten with young Alexander de Montroi --the new hero among the jousting knights of Normandy--until she finds herself another of his passionate conquests. Pregnant, confused and betrayed, determined to mak...

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    Historical

    Aug-1996

    When a comet appears in the sky over England in the spring of 1066, it heralds a time of momentous change for Ailith, a young Saxon wife. Newly pregnant, she has developed a friendship with her neighbour, Felice, a Norman wine merchant's wife who is ...

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    Historical

    Aug-1995

    Thirteenth-century France. Bridget has grown up mastering the mystical gifts of her ancestor, Mary Magdalene, whose unbroken female lineage has kept a legacy of wisdom alive for a thousand years. But the all-powerful Catholic Church has sworn to dest...

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    Historical

    Jul-1995

    FROM THE AGE WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER ... THE IMMORTAL ROMANCE THAT BECAME A ROYAL SCANDAL All the colorful characters and events of fabled Camelot come vividly to life in this unique new account of the legendary King Arthur, Lancelot du Lac,...

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    Historical

    Aug-1994

    Their love defied the treachery surrounding them.... 1173. King Henry's efforts to crush his rebellious sons ignite bloody border skirmishes throughout the land. Yet it is a time of triumph for mercenary Joscelin de Gael, the bastard son of the ki...

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    Historical

    May-1993

    Related Books - 2 - 3

    For four years, Renard, heir to Ravenstow, has been a crusader in Antioch, a city of heat and eroticism far removed from the Welsh Marches of his birth. It is here in an Arab tavern that he meets Olwen, a beautiful, predatory dancing girl who rules m...

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    Historical

    May-1992

    Related Books - 2 - 2

    In 1126, the Welsh Marches are a land darkened by strife, where nothing is safe; not even a young woman's heart .... Adam de Lacey has returned home to Ravenstow after a royal mission, and the newly widowed Heulwen finds that her passion still bur...

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    Historical

    Oct-1991

    Related Books - 2 - 1

    Theirs was an age of pride and passion. The year is 1098. As innocent as she is lovely, Judith of Ravenstow becomes the bride of roguish, handsome Guyon, Lord of Ledworth, in a union arranged to protect their lands from the clutches of Judith's ru...

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