Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2013

HF reading challenge 2013

Historical fiction is getting one of my, if not MY favorite genre.

So let’s go this year with the Medieval level – that is, 15 books.

  1. The Midwife’s Tale, by Sam Thomas
  2. The Dervish, by Frances Kazan
  3. The Sign of the Weeping Virgin, by Alana J. White
  4. A Tainted Dawn, by B.N. Peacock
  5. Désirée, by Annemarie Selinko
  6. Shadows Walking, by Douglas R. Skopp
  7. Flesh And Grass, by Libby Cone
  8. The Painted Girls, by Cathy Marie Buchanan
  9. The Distant Hours, by Kate Morton
  10. Dissolution, by C. J. Sansom
  11. The Iron King, by Maurice Druon
  12. House of Rocamora, by Donald Michael Platt
  13. The Chalice, by Nancy Bilyeau
  14. The Scent of Triumph, by Jan Moran
  15. Syncopation, by Elizabeth Caulfield Felt
  16. Seduction, by M.J. Rose
  17. Chronicle of the Mound Builders, by Elle Marie
  18. Cascade, by Maryanne O’Hara
  19. The Lavender Garden, by Lucinda Riley
  20. Studio Saint-Ex, by Ania Szado
  21. The Nine Fold Heaven, by Mingmei Yip
  22. The Cross And The Dragon, by Kim Rendfeld
  23. How Angels Die, by David-Michael Harding
  24. Confessions of Marie Antoinette, by Juliet Grey
  25. The Strangled Queen, by Maurice Druon
  26. The Madonnas of Leningrad, by Debra Dean
  27. Sutton, by J. R. Moehringer
  28. Mozart’s Last Aria, by Matt Rees 
  29. Unravelled, by M. K. Tod
  30. Gracianna, by Trini Amador
  31. The Conversation, by Jean d’Ormesson
  32. Meadowlark, by Dawn Wink
  33. The Harlot’s Tale, by Sam Thomas
  34. The Pagan Lord, by Bernard Cornwell 
  35. Mistress of the Revolution, by Catherine Delors 
  36. Becoming Josephine, by Heather Webb
  37. Degrees of Courage , by Shari Vester



33 thoughts on “Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2013

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  2. Sounds like a fun challenge. I do love the historical fiction genre, especially Medieval times. I am not sure if you are going to sway away from medieval at all, but if you do, you should definitely check out an ancient Egyptian historical fiction, “Shadow of the Sun” by Merrie P. Wycoff- it is so good, I honestly couldn’t put it down.



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