Posted in 17th Century Author Guest Post

guest post: The Most Famous Author You’ve Never Heard Of

Guest post by Hester Velmans, author of Slipper. He is the man who wrote some of the most famous stories…

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Tony Morgan: Remember, Remember the Gunpowder Plot

A big welcome from Historical-Fiction.com to UK author Tony Morgan as he introduces his novels set in early Seventeenth Century…

Posted in 17th Century Author Guest Post

Susan Holloway Scott: The Mad Earl, John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester

John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester (1647-1680) appears in all four of my royal mistress books. To some of these ladies,…

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First Line Friday: 01/06/17

“This is the last night of the year and I have sat here alone by the fire while my dear…

Posted in 16th Century 17th Century Reviews Tudor

review: Watch the Lady

Watch the Lady by Elizabeth Fremantle Penelope Devereux, daughter of Lettice Knollys, the woman Queen Elizabeth I called the “She-Wolf”…

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review: The Murder in the Tower

The Murder in the Tower by Jean Plaidy Set in the court of James I of England, this is the…

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review: The Merry Monarch’s Wife

The Merry Monarch’s Wife previously titled The Pleasures of Love by Jean Plaidy ‘But when I consider the truth of…

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review: Mistress of the Sun

Mistress of the Sun by Sandra Gulland Louise de la Valliere, nicknamed Petite for her small stature, is just a…

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review: The French Blue

The French Blue by Richard W. Wise A narrative of the adventures of the French traveler and gem merchant, Jean-Baptiste…

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review: Forever Amber

Forever Amber by Kathleen Winsor Forever Amber is a staple of classic historical fiction, along with Katherine by Anya Seton,…

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review: The Countess and the King

The Countess and the King by Susan Holloway Scott Katherine Sedley is not a well-known name even among history lovers,…

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review: The Secret of the Glass

The Secret of the Glass by Donna Russo Morin With elegant prose and alluring style, Donna Russo Morin brings 17th…