Political intrigue and mystery in medieval France
One of the best film adaptations of a Shakespeare production I've ever seen.
"...the air was getting vile. The singing in his ears had become the noise of a waterfall, and his head seemed to be swimming round in a Saturn-ring of streaky light..."
Ann Hagman Cardinal talks to author Janet Fox about her historical novel for young adults, Faithful.
Gregory crosses the line to the Lancaster side in The Red Queen
Historical fiction and humor collide, mixed with a card shark ex-nun in G.F. Skipworth's newest novel! Discover the man behind the words.
Two lively and marriageable heroines take us with them on their lives in a 19th century faith community.
Will this 1840s spinster housekeeper ever have the family of which she dreams?
Dark secrets lurk behind all those parlor games, debutante dances, and fun.
Adventures of the Treasure Fleet is a treasure — a history lesson disguised as a beautifully told and illustrated children’s story.