I have often found the throw-away comments in history books to be the some of the most intriguing and The King’s Revenge, by Don Jordan and Michael Walsh, proved no exception. The book deals with […]
What happened when William and Mary became King and Queen
While I mustn’t forget Cairndhu and Oakhaven, as far as historical novels are concerned, I have been through the periods of interest and must start a short list. There are:- 1) The Leprechaun – the […]
The forerunner of the Glencoe massacre.
Why the Stuarts are so interesting.
So Harry Windsor wants to join the Ordinary People but there’s this worry that he needs to be protected or he, or his wife, might be abducted, mugged, raped or stabbed. Well, I’m sorry, but, […]
Writing about James V1 and !st naturally leads to thinking of the civil war. It’s labelled an English affair but, in fact, it involved the whole of Great Britain. The Royalists were winning until the […]
Shadows in the Veld is the seventh book to be published and follows on from King or Kaiser and the story of how the South Africans helped the Royal Navy in 1914at the start of […]