Hist Fic Saturday 🌠

I am delighted to introduce a new regular feature

His Fic Saturday will focus on all the lovely historical fiction which comes my way.

There will be novels which are newly published, others which have been published in the last twelve months, and some which have lingered on my book shelves for far too long.

 A real mixed bag ranging from historical sagas, romances, and everyday adventure through to the pageant of  medieval worlds with kings and queens.

From the Battle of Hastings ...to WW2.

Let's go back in time on Hist Fic Saturday


January 2020

His Countess for a week by Sarah Mallory
The Lady of the Ravens by Joanna Hickson
Beyond the Moon by Catherine Tayler
Homecoming by Ellie Dead

February 2020

The Foundling by Stacey Halls
Shadows of Hemlock by K M Pohlkamp

March 2020

The Walls We Build by Jules Hayes

April 2020

The Warrior Knight and the Widow by Ella Matthews
The Forbidden Promise by Lorna Cook
Echoes of the Runes by Christina Courtney
Doomsday Book by Connie Willis

May 2020 

Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell
The Mysterious Miss Fairchild by Sarah Mallory
Dance to the Storm by Maggie Craig
Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M Auel

June 2020

A Single Thread by Tracy Chevalier
100 million Years and a Day by Jean Andrea Baptiste
Forever Amber by Kathleen Winsor

July 2020

The Rebel Heiress and the Knight by Melissa Oliver
The Secret of Creek Cottage by Tina M Edwards
The Puritan Princess by Muranda Malins

August 2020

The Honey and The Sting by E C Fremantle
The Whispering House by Elizabeth Brooks
The Mersey Girls by Sheila Riley
Kingdom of Shadows by Barbara Erskine

September 2020

The House of Lamentations by S G Maclean
Before the Crown by Flora Harding
Our Yanks by Margaret Mayhew
People of Abandoned Character by Clare Whitfield

October 2020

The Devil's Crossing by Hana Cole
A Widow's Vow by Rachel Brimble
The Testimony of Alys Twist by Suzannah Dunn
The Puzzle Women by Anna Ellory
When I Come Home again by Caroline Scott

November 2020

The Running Wolf by Helen Steadman

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