Monday, 23 January 2012

To Be Read - Historical Novels

To Be Read - Historical Novels
Peter Ackroyd – The Clerkenwell Tales
Peter Ackroyd – Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem
Maragret Atwood – Alias Grace
Tracy Chevalier – The Girl with a Pearl Earring
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – White Company (re-read)
Michael Faber – The Crimson Petal and the White
Ken Follett – The Pillars of the Earth
Ford Maddox Ford – Ladies Whose Bright Eyes
Margaret George – Helen of Troy
Philippa Gregory – A Respectable Trade
Matthew Kneale – Sweet thames
Charles Palliser – The Unburied
Charles Palliser – The Quincunx
Iain Pears – An Instance of the Fingerpost
Sharon Kay Penman – Here be Dragons
Sharon Kay Penman – The Sunne in Splendour (re-read)
H F M Prescott – The Man on a Donkey
Steven Pressfield – Gates of Fire
Michele Roberts – Fair Exchange
Sir Walter Scott – Rob Roy
Anya Seton – Katharine
Belinda Starling – The Journal of Dora Damage
Rosemary Sutcliff – The Eagle of the North
William Makepeace Thackeray – Barry Lyndon
Rose Tremain – Restoration
Barry Unsworth – Morality Play
Sarah Waters – Fingersmith
Sarah Waters – Tipping the Velvet

(This list was compiled as a result of reading Nick Rennison's '100 Must Read Historical Novels')

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