Book List in Order:12 titles

  • In this superb novel, as spell-binding as any tale of high adventure, but firmly based upon contemporary records, Richard III lives again through the eyes of his intimates and the woman whose ill-starred love brought him brief joy, and her a bitter c...


  • As Edward IV lay on his deathbed, he had no knowledge of the dark conspiracy which was to surround his son, and his brother Richard after his death. He decreed that Richard should act as protector to the young Edward, but his wish was honoured for ju...


  • Grey eyes had he, brilliant grey and cold as the melt water from a glacier, his fine lips scarred from past conflicts. Loved, was the Captain: she was the daughter of a witch and the witch wanted him too. She had desired him across the centuries an...


  • THE CAPTAIN'S WITCHHer kiss can maim youHer eyes can blind youHer bed is shadows . . . She is the dark of the moonShe is all that is dearAnd she is death Can you trust her?Where will her lantern lead you?To the bliss of deathOr the death of bliss Kno...


  • The saga of beautiful Elizabeth Woodville, who captures the heart of Edward IV, King of England, during the bright days of chivalry. In a fiery tempest of blood and passion, she challenged the raging heart of an empire. Elizabeth Woodville was ...


  • Richard of Gloucester, brother of Edward IV and the unfortunate Clarence, is no physical grotesque as Shakespeare or the Tudors would have him. Among the characters in this historical novel who witness a lean Richard in the buff is a gently reared la...


  • Mais father (a Richard supporter), living with his imperious mother, hard-working brother, and beloved sister in near-poverty. And, in the three-act tragedy that follows, Nicholas will eventually become the most trusted follower of ""Richard IV,"" ...


  • The distinguished historical novelist recreates that brief, foolhardy expedition by a small expeditionary force to Northern France, for the English King to regain the realm that he believed was his by right. The siege of Harfleur, the ravages of dise...







  • The pageantry, intrigue, and suspicions that characterize the court of Edward IV finally center on his younger brother who moves through fear, love, envy, and betrayal to the throne and, ultimately, to a bloody death...


  • The King's grey mare was Elizabeth Woodville, Queen and wife of Edward IV. Beautiful beyond belief, with unique silver-grey hair, she had once known joy of a marriage based on love only to see it snatched away on the battlefield. Hardened and changed...


  • As Edward IV lay on his deathbed, he had no knowledge of the dark conspiracy which was to surround his son, and his brother Richard after his death. He decreed that Richard should act as protector to the young Edward, but his wish was honored for jus...