'

-
Britain and Ireland
2000 B.C. - A.D. 1000
-

-
New Titles

April-June 2005

Bissonette, Curt. Noble Stone [April 2005; 10th century A.D.]. The bastard son of a British king overcomes the stigma of his birth and leads his countrymen against the invading Vikings.

Blake, Gordon. The Nero Agenda [April 2005; 1st century A.D.]. Fifteen years after the Romans overrun Britain, the conquerors’ cruelty invades the royal house of the Iceni, and Queen Boadicea is forced to take action.

Cattie, Ray. Ard Righ: The Sword on the Stone [April 2005; c.6th century A.D.]. Escaping the manipulative wizard Myrddin, the young Arthur (Ard Righ) finds the legendary sword Excalibur (Caladfwlch), and begins his rise to power.

l Reviews, articles, indexes, authors’ websites

Dreogan-Beornwulf, Isa. Blood Raven’s Last Battle Prince [June 2005; c.6th century A.D.]. Cadfael, son and successor of King Machraith the Beast, battles Saxons, Celts, and his own family while coping with a mysterious threat to his wife Guenhumara, the legendary King Arthur’s true love.

Gold, Alan. Warrior Queen [June 2005; 1st century A.D.]. Betrayed by the Romans after years of patient cooperation, the Celtic queen Boudica rallies her people and takes catastrophic revenge on the invaders.

Meaney, Dee. Iseult [May 2005; c.6th century A.D.]. Tristan of Lyonnesse, heir to the throne of Cornwall, risks life and limb for the sake of his beloved King Mark, but becomes dangerously infatuated with the king’s wife Iseult.

Nash, Joy. Celtic Fire [June 2005; 1st century A.D.]. Drawn to wild Britannia by a vision of his murdered brother, Lucius Acquila is captivated by the beautiful Celtic witch Rhiannon. 

-

Other Titles in Print

Armstrong, Tristan M., and Margaret Cotton. Boudica’s War [1st century A.D.]. The struggles of Queen Boudica, rebel against the Romans, are recounted by the men and women closest to her.

Baldry, Cherith. Exiled from Camelot [c.6th century A.D.]. War and magic will destroy Camelot unless Sir Kay, banished from Arthur’s court, can engineer the salvation of the kingdom.

Bradley, Marion Zimmer. The Forest House [c.1st century A.D.]. Eilan, an apprentice priestess, is torn between her devotion to the old Druidic religion and her love for a Roman soldier. {"Avalon," 2)

Bradley, Marion Zimmer. Lady of Avalon [c.1st-5th centuries A.D.]. Druidic priestesses found Avalon on a secluded island and prepare for the eventual birth of a great king. ("Avalon," 3)
-

[More titles . . .]

 

'

'