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The Welsh Dragon: A novel of Henry Tudor

Henry Tudor flees England during the Wars of the Roses because of his drop of royal blood. Though his mother labors to restore his position, Henry hesitates to reclaim a title that promises only further hardship. Content with humble pleasure of a young Breton widow, far from the dangers of court, Henry settles into a quiet, content exile.

Yet, his enemies still conspire against him. Survival may require embracing the very birthright that endangers him, even if it costs him his beloved. The path to safety is littered with tangled conspiracies, narrow escapes, and a Welsh dragon banner fluttering over the field of Bosworth.

What readers say…

The Welsh Dragon is compelling tale of loyalty, betrayal, and danger. The gripping events are vivid, full of the sights, sounds, smells and texture of the time, and the characters experience all the fears, surprise and anxiety natural to people who, unlike us, do not know the outcome of the events. I highly recommend this well-written, insightful, action-filled novel.”

KEIRA MORGAN, AUTHOR OF THE CHRONICLES OF THE HOUSE OF VALOIS SERIES


“A brilliant historical read – just the right amount of fact and fiction.”

CLAIRE PROCTER, YET ANOTHER BLOGGING MUMMY


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The Raven and the Dove: A novel of Viking-Age Normandy

9th-century shieldmaiden Halla struggles to preserve both her new Christian husband and her Frankish subjects against Norse and Christian fanatics who threaten to destroy her family and people and plunge her world into ruin.

What readers say…

“K.M. Butler’s debut is written with the swagger and finesse of a much more experienced author. A more thoughtful and complex story than the usual Viking novel fare, this book still manages to pack enough action, intrigue and conflict to carry us happily to the shield-shaking, sword-swinging conclusion that stands up to the best in the genre.”

J.C. DUNCAN, AUTHOR OF A SONG OF STEEL

“This well-crafted tale of love and battle transports the reader back to the early days of Viking Normandy, a world populated by fearsome shield-maidens and valiant warriors. Grounded in historical fact and replete with authentic detail, this book will resonate with readers who love fiction set in the Viking Age.”

JOHANNA WITTENBERG, AUTHOR OF THE NORSEWOMEN SERIES