Historical Fiction

All The Light We Cannot See

Anthony Doerr
All The Light We Cannot See
Paperback

The Wake

Paul Kingsnorth
The Wake
Paperback

The Serpent of Venice

Christopher Moore
The Serpent of Venice
Paperback

“She was the light of the world”: Hild, Nicola Griffith

HildNicola Griffith is likely to most people, or at least to readers of this blog, known as the author of the sf-novels Ammonite and Slow River, but her latest novel is a historical one. It takes place in seventh century Britain, centring on the historical figure of Hilda of Whitby, a Christian saint. In Hild, Griffith envisions what Hilda's childhood might have been – the book begins when Hild is three years old and is the first instalment in her journey towards sainthood of a planned trilogy.

Longbourn

Jo Baker
Longbourn
Paperback

Rome's Fallen Eagle

Robert Fabbr
Rome's Fallen Eagle
Trade Paperback

Cross of Fire: A Pirate Devlin Novel

Mark Keating
Cross of Fire: A Pirate Devlin Novel
Paperback

The Poisoned Island

Lloyd Shepherd
The Poisoned Island
Paperback

Seven For a Secret (#2)

Lyndsay Faye
Seven For a Secret (#2)
Trade Paperback

Bring Up the Bodies

Hilary Mantel
Bring Up the Bodies
Paperback

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