Crusaders: The Epic History of the Wars for the Holy Lands

04 June 2020 | By Dan Jones | Filed in: 11th century.

A major new history of the Crusades with an unprecedented wide scope, told in a tableau of portraits of people on all sides of the wars, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Templars n nFor than one thousand years, Christians and Muslims lived side by side, sometimes at peace and so

A Land Divided (The Blood of Kings #1)

04 June 2020 | By K.M. Ashman | Filed in: 11th century.

1081 William s bloody conquest is over and Britain is under Norman rule But one bastion of resistance remains Wales A divided land where brother fights brother and kings battle for power The English use this to further their own ends, and while one king is tempted by an offer he cannot resist,

The Conqueror's Queen (Queens of Conquest #3)

04 June 2020 | By Joanna Courtney | Filed in: 11th century.

n A crown can be won, blood cannot be changed nMathilda of Flanders is furious at her father s choice of husband for her William of Normandy has a reputation as a rough warrior but after a violent start to their courtship Mathilda discovers him to be a man of unexpected sensitivity, driven by two

Daughter of a Thousand Years

04 June 2020 | By Amalia Carosella | Filed in: 11th century.

Greenland, AD 1000 n nMore than her fiery hair marks Freyd s as the daughter of Erik the Red her hot temper and fierce pride are as formidable as her Viking father s And so, too, is her devotion to the great god Thor, which puts her at odds with those in power including her own brother, the zealous

The Chosen Queen (Queens of Conquest #1)

04 June 2020 | By Joanna Courtney | Filed in: 11th century.

1066 A date that changed the course of history a date that changed her life forever n nLove should be free that is what Edyth Alfgarsdottir has always believed As a young girl she witnessed Earl Harold standing barefoot in his handfast marriage to the beautiful Lady Svana and has yearned for her

1066 Turned Upside Down

04 June 2020 | By Joanna Courtney | Filed in: 11th century.

Ever wondered what might have happened if William the Conqueror had been beaten at Hastings Or if Harald Hardrada had won at Stamford Bridge Or if Edward the Confessor had died with an heir ready to take his place Then here is the perfect set of stories for you 1066 Turned Upside Down explores

The Harrowing

04 June 2020 | By James Aitcheson | Filed in: 11th century.

Five strangers Five secrets No refuge No turning back n nIn the aftermath of 1066, a Norman army marches through the North of England burning, killing and laying waste to everything in its path The Harrowing has begun As towns and villages fall to the invaders, five travellers fleeing the slaug

The Constant Queen (Queens of Conquest #2)

04 June 2020 | By Joanna Courtney | Filed in: 11th century.

You need not take England without me, Hari, because I will be your constant queen there with you there for you Elizaveta is princess of Kiev, but that doesn t stop her chasing adventure Defying conventions, she rides the rapids of the Dneiper alongside her royal brothers and longs to rule in

The Price of Blood (The Emma of Normandy Trilogy, #2)

04 June 2020 | By Patricia Bracewell | Filed in: 11th century.

Menaced by Vikings and enemies at court, Queen Emma defends her children and her crown in a riveting medieval adventure Readers first met Emma of Normandy in Patricia Bracewell s gripping debut novel, Shadow on the Crown Unwillingly thrust into marriage to England s King thelred, Emma has given th