I write about medieval history, for which I have a passion.  I write about the women, born into a world dominated by the policies of men, who are almost silent in the records of their time.  Raised under the authority of father, husband, brother, they seem to have so little to say to us.

But is this true? I think they have much to say and it is my pleasure to give them a voice in the 21st century. Which notable medieval women can you find in my back list?

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    The Shadow Queen

    A dramatic story of love and loyalty and of the cost of personal ambition.

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    The Queen’s Choice

    The new novel of Joanna of Navarre, Queen of England and wife of King Henry IV

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    The King’s Sister

    A tale of love and tragedy as the families of Plantagenet and Lancaster are torn apart by war.

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    The Scandalous Duchess

    A relationship that broke all the rules but survived the censure of church and state.

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    The Forbidden Queen

    The story of Katherine de Valois, a pawn in a ruthless political game and founder of the Tudor dynasty.

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    The Uncrowned Queen

    The advice of Philippa of Hainault will see the battle for England’s throne commence.

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    The King’s Concubine

    A vicious royal mistress accused by her contemporaries of rapacious and self-serving greed.

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    Devil’s Consort

    A magnificent novel of the early life of Eleanor of Aquitaine, full of passion, courage and scandal.

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    Virgin Widow

    A tale of intrigue, betrayal and desire in medieval England told through the eyes of Anne Neville.

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