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Anya Seton, Green Darkness , about a modern woman who must travel in time to the Tudor period to regain her health. John Stack, Armada , about a captain in Sir Francis Drake's navy who is a secret Catholic and, when the Spanish Armada attacks, must face his estranged father, who is fighting for the Spanish.


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Charlotte St. Beverly Swerling, Bristol House , about a present-day historian researching the Tudor-era "Jew of Holborn" and her ghostly visitor, a Carthusian monk who greatly resembles an investigative reporter who offers help with her quest.

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Grace Tiffany, Will , about William Shakespeare's youth. Nigel Tranter, Children of the Mist , about the head of the Clan MacGregor and the events leading up to the clan's condemnation and expulsion from their lands. Judy Turner, Cousin to the Queen: The Story of Lettice Knollys , about Lettice Knollys, a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, who had an affair with Elizabeth's favorite, the Earl of Leicester, and later married him; Judy Turner is a pen name used by author Judith Saxton, and editions of this novel have been published under both names; out of print and not readily available.

Harry Turtledove, Opening Atlantis , alternative history about the discovery by Europe of an eighth continent, located between Europe and the Americas, in ; 1 in the Atlantis series. Harry Turtledove, The United States of Atlantis , alternative history about the settlers of an eighth continent, located between Europe and the Americas, and their rebellion against England; 2 in the Atlantis series.

Harry Turtledove, Liberating Atlantis , alternative history about a black slave in an eighth continent, located between Europe and the Americas, and the revolution he leads; 3 in the Atlantis series. Brenda Rickman Vantrease, The Heretic's Wife , about a woman who, with her brother, manages a bookseller's shop selling forbidden translations of the Bible during the time before Henry VIII's marriage to Anne Boleyn makes Reformation sympathies less dangerous. Beryl Walthew, The Queen's Rival , about Lettice Knollys, a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, who had an affair with Elizabeth's favorite, the Earl of Leicester, and later married him; out of print and not readily available.

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Alison Weir, A Dangerous Inheritance , a novel which imagines that Lady Catherine Grey, while imprisoned in the Tower of London, finds papers that could solve the mystery of the Princes in the Tower. Alison Weir, The Marriage Game , about the newly crowned Queen Elizabeth and her romance with Robert Dudley as her counselors urge her to make a political marriage and produce an heir.

Jan Westcott, The Border Lord , an adventure novel about the Scot Frances Hepburn, the Earl of Bothwell, which begins with his escape from wrongful imprisonment in Jeane Westin, The Virgin's Daughters , about Lady Katherine Grey and Mistress Mary Rogers, ladies-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth I, each of whom had to choose between duty and passion when they became enamored of the queen's favorites. Charles Gidley Wheeler, Armada , a love story about a seafaring Irishman during the time when the Spanish Armada threatened England.

Virginia Woolf, Orlando , a literary novel about a young man in the Elizabethan age who decides never to grow old and, during a later century, is transformed into a woman. Nancy Bilyeau, The Crown , a thriller about a Dominican novice coerced into searching for the legendary crown of King Athelstan as death begins to haunt her priory; 1 in the Joanna Stafford series.

Benet Brandreth, The Spy of Venice , a novel which imagines the young William Shakespeare, caught seducing a young woman, having to leave Stratford for London and from there to Venice on a spying mission for an English ambassador; 1 in the William Shakespeare series. Fiona Buckley, To Shield the Queen ; also titled The Robsart Mystery , about a noblewoman who fails to prevent the death of Amy Dudley, wife of Queen Elizabeth's favorite, after she is sent to watch over Amy and prevent a scandal; 1 in the Ursula Blanchard mystery series; Fiona Buckley is a pen name of Valerie Anand.

Fiona Buckley, The Doublet Affair , about a lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth I who worries that some old friends of hers may be involved in a plot against the queen; 2 in the Ursula Blanchard mystery series; Fiona Buckley is a pen name of Valerie Anand. Fiona Buckley, To Ruin a Queen , about a noblewoman loyal to Queen Elizabeth who is living in France with her husband, a supporter of Mary, Queen of Scots, when she learns that the daughter she left at home in England may have been kidnapped; 4 in the Ursula Blanchard mystery series; Fiona Buckley is a pen name of Valerie Anand.

Fiona Buckley, Queen of Ambition , about a noblewoman who goes undercover at a pie shop frequented by students to investigate a possible plot against Queen Elizabeth I; 5 in the Ursula Blanchard mystery series; Fiona Buckley is a pen name of Valerie Anand. Fiona Buckley, The Siren Queen , about an illegitimate half-sister to Queen Elizabeth and a letter in code that may be linked to a plot to kill Elizabeth and put Mary, Queen of Scots, on the throne in her place; 8 in the Ursula Blanchard mystery series; Fiona Buckley is a pen name of Valerie Anand.

Amanda Carmack, Murder at Hatfield House , about a musician's daughter who investigates the death of an envoy of Queen Mary on the grounds of the manor house where Princess Elizabeth is confined in Mark Chadbourn, The Silver Skull , historical fantasy about a spy for Sir Francis Walsingham who must defeat a plot by a group of faeries out to destroy England ; 1 in the Sword of Albion trilogy.

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Mark Chadbourn, The Scar-Crow Men , historical fantasy about a spy who must stay alive as spies across England are being murdered and playwright Kit Marlowe disappears the day his play "Doctor Faustus" opens; 2 in the Sword of Albion trilogy. John Dee, who has disappeared with a mirror of great magical power; 3 in the Sword of Albion trilogy.

Chisholm, A Famine of Horses , about a newly-appointed deputy warden on the Scottish border, who discovers in the course of a murder investigation that a clan uprising may be brewing; P. Chisholm, A Season of Knives , about a deputy warden on the Scottish border who finds himself accused of murder; 2 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series. Chisholm, A Surfeit of Guns , about an English deputy warden who crosses the Scottish border in pursuit of a stolen gun shipment and risks charges of treason in both countries; 3 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series.

Chisholm, A Plague of Angels , about a deputy warden on the Scottish border, who returns to London to find himself under accusation in a case of forgery and murder; 4 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series. Chisholm, A Murder of Crows , about a royal deputy warden whose return from London to the English border with Scotland is delayed when a corpse washes up from the Thames onto the queen's privy steps; 5 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series. Chisholm, An Air of Treason , about a royal deputy warden whose return from London to the English border with Scotland is further delayed when the queen orders him to investigate the death 30 years previously of Amy Dudley, whom the queen is suspected of murdering; 6 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series.

Chisholm, A Chorus of Innocents , about a royal deputy warden on the English border with Scotland who investigates the rape of a pregnant woman and the murder of her husband in ; 7 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series. Chisholm, A Clash of Spheres , about a royal deputy warden sent to Edinburgh to investigate a suspected conspiracy against England amid a debate over the new theory of Copernicus; 8 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series. Chisholm, A Suspicion of Silver , about a royal deputy warden sent to arrest a man suspected of plotting to assassinate the Scottish king; 9 in the Sir Robert Carey mystery series.

Rory Clements, Martyr , a thriller featuring John Shakespeare, Will's elder brother, searching for an assassin believed to have been sent by the Spanish to kill Queen Elizabeth; 1 in the John Shakespeare series. Washington Post review. Rory Clements, Revenger , a thriller in which Will Shakespeare's elder brother, John, while trying to recover papers in the possession of the Earl of Essex, discovers a plot against Queen Elizabeth's life; winner of the Ellis Peters Historical Award; 2 in the John Shakespeare series.

Rory Clements, Prince , a thriller in which John Shakespeare investigates an outbreak of bombing attacks on Dutch immigrants in London; 3 in the John Shakespeare series. Rory Clements, Traitor , a thriller in which Will Shakespeare's elder brother, John, must escort Doctor Dee, whose invention the Spanish are keen to acquire, to safety in Scotland amid threats of a new invasion by the Spanish Armada; 4 in the John Shakespeare series.

Rory Clements, The Heretics , a thriller in which Will Shakespeare's elder brother, John, is sent to find out what happened to a young woman who disappeared after a cruel exorcism ritual; 5 in the John Shakespeare series. Rory Clements, Holy Spy , a thriller in which Will Shakespeare's elder brother infiltrates a group of conspirators plotting to assassinate Queen Elizabeth, while also trying to save the woman he loves from a charge of murder; 7 in the John Shakespeare series.

Diane Davidson, Feversham , a Renaissance mystery novel based on an actual murder in sixteenth century England. Phillip DePoy, A Prisoner in Malta , about Christopher Marlowe as a nineteen-year-old, before his career as a playwright, asked by Queen Elizabeth's spymaster, Francis Walsingham, to investigate rumors of a plot against the queen's life.

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Ann Dukthas, A Time for the Death of a King , about a time-traveling Jesuit scholar who investigates the mystery surrounding the death of Lord Darnley, the husband of Mary Queen of Scots; 1 in the Nicholas Segalla series of which 2 and 3 are set in the nineteenth century; Ann Dukthas is a pen name of Paul P. Ann Dukthas, In the Time of the Poisoned Queen , about a time-traveling Jesuit scholar who investigates the mystery surrounding the death of Queen Mary Tudor; 4 in the Nicholas Segalla series of which 2 and 3 are set in the nineteenth century; Ann Dukthas is a pen name of Paul P.

Kathy Lynn Emerson, Murder in the Queen's Wardrobe , about a woman with a knowledge of ciphers and codes who is recruited by Queen Elizabeth's spymaster to serve as lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth's cousin, who is being courted by Ivan the Terrible of Russia. Patricia Finney, Firedrake's Eye , a thriller about the mad son of a Catholic family who discovers his brother is plotting to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.

Patricia Finney, Gloriana's Torch , a thriller about a spy for Queen Elizabeth who discovers some of the gunpowder from the English arsenal is missing, perhaps diverted to the Spanish Armada.


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  4. James Forrester, Sacred Treason , about a Catholic herald who takes charge of a dangerous book and shortly afterward is arrested as Queen Elizabeth's councilors investigate plots against her life. Philip Gooden, That Sleep of Death , about an aspiring actor who discovers his host's father was murdered in a manner that echoes "Hamlet," Shakespeare's latest play; 1 in the Shakespearean mystery series. Philip Gooden, Death of Kings , about an aspiring actor forced to work as a government spy; 2 in the Shakespearean mystery series.

    Philip Gooden, The Pale Companion , about a young actor whose trip to a country house with his company to perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for a wedding turns into a nightmare; 3 in the Shakespearean mystery series. Philip Gooden, Alms for Oblivion , about a young actor who must prove he is not guilty of murder when the friend he has taken in is found dead in his lodgings; 4 in the Shakespearean mystery series. Philip Gooden, Mask of Night , about a young actor who goes to Oxford when his theater is shut down because of plague in London, and finds that death is haunting Oxford, too; 5 in the Shakespearean mystery series.

    Philip Gooden, An Honorable Murderer , about an actor in Shakespeare's company who needs to find out why so many people are dying as the Spanish negotiate a peace treaty with England; 6 in the Shakespearean mystery series. Gortner, The Tudor Conspiracy , about a squire who spies for Princess Elizabeth while she is held captive during the reign of Mary Tudor; 2 in the Spymaster Chronicles mystery series. Gortner, The Tudor Vendetta , about a spy summoned back from exile when Queen Elizabeth ascends the throne, in order to help her find a lady-in-waiting who has disappeared; 3 in the Spymaster Chronicles mystery series.

    Peg Herring, Her Highness' First Murder , a mystery which pairs twelve-year-old Princess Elizabeth and a young crippled man as sleuths to investigate a series of murders in which young women are beheaded near the end of Henry VIII's reign; 1 in the Simon and Elizabeth mystery series. Peg Herring, Poison, Your Grace , a mystery in which Princess Elizabeth and an apothecary's apprentice investigate the poisoning death of an adviser to the young King Edward VI; 2 in the Simon and Elizabeth mystery series. Victoria Lamb, The Queen's Secret , about a young black singer who, while spying on the Earl of Leicester for Queen Elizabeth, discovers a conspiracy to murder the queen; 1 in the Dark Lady mystery trilogy.

    Victoria Lamb, His Dark Lady , a novel which imagines the "dark lady" of Shakespeare's sonnets was a lady-in-waiting at Queen Elizabeth's court who has secrets of her own during the waning days of Elizabeth's reign; 2 in the Dark Lady mystery trilogy. Margaret Lawrence, Roanoke , about a man sent by Queen Elizabeth's advisers to the doomed colony of Roanoke to seduce an Indian princess and get information from her about a legendary treasure.

    Edward Marston, The Queen's Head , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company investigates the murder of one of his players on the eve of a performance in honor of Queen Elizabeth; 1 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Merry Devils , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company investigates the murder of one of his child actors during a play that Puritans are trying to shut down; 2 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Edward Marston, The Trip to Jerusalem , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company takes his players on the road during a London plague epidemic, but one of their players is murdered before they set out, and a rival troupe is stealing from them; 3 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Nine Giants , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company discovers a drowned corpse in the Thames which may have something to do with the troubles that have been plaguing the company; 4 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Edward Marston, The Mad Courtesan , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company investigates the murder of one of his players; 5 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Silent Woman , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company takes his players on tour after a fire destroys their theatre and a messenger dies of poisoning; 6 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Roaring Boy , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company has them perform a controversial new play about a recent case of murder which sets off a riot; 7 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Edward Marston, The Laughing Hangman , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company discovers the hanged body of the choirmaster for a rival troupe; 8 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Fair Maid of Bohemia , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company takes the company to Prague during a London plague epidemic, but murder casts a shadow over their trip; 9 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Edward Marston, The Wanton Angel , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company investigates a case of murder that disrupts their efforts to find a patron to help them build a new theatre; 10 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Bawdy Basket , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company investigates when a player insists that his father, convicted of murder, was innocent of the crime; 12 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Edward Marston, The Vagabond Clown , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company must find out who murdered a member of their audience; 13 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Counterfeit Crank , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company plagued by troubles discovers a case of fraud; 14 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Edward Marston, The Malevolent Comedy , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company must find out who poisoned their obnoxious new playwright onstage; 15 in the Nicholas Bracewell series. Edward Marston, The Princess of Denmark , a stage manager for an Elizabethan theatre company takes his company to Elsinore, Denmark, when their patron is betrothed to a mysterious princess; 16 in the Nicholas Bracewell series.

    Andrews in who must find out who murdered a thirteen-year-old boy after suspicion falls on one of the university regents; 1 in the Hew Cullan mystery series. Shirley McKay, Fate and Fortune , about a young lawyer who goes to Edinburgh in after his father's death and encounters a disturbing case of murder; 2 in the Hew Cullan mystery series. Shirley McKay, Time and Tide , about a Scottish lawyer who investigates the case of a wrecked ship and the death of the only man aboard when it lands in St. Andrews; 3 in the Hew Cullan mystery series.

    John Pilkington, Marbeck and the Double Dealer , about an Elizabethan spy who must uncover the identity of a spy working for the Spanish government; 1 in a planned mystery series. Matthew Reilly, The Tournament , a mystery featuring Princess Elizabeth of England and her tutor Roger Ascham traveling to a chess tournament in Constantinople in where Ascham is asked to investigate the murder of a guest of the Sultan.

    Sansom, Revelation , about a hunchbacked lawyer in Henry VIII's court who discovers links between a case of religious mania and the murder of a friend; 4 in the Matthew Shardlake mystery series. Sansom, Heartstone , about a hunchbacked lawyer in Henry VIII's court who travels to Portsmouth to look into the case of a mistreated orphan as the city prepares for a French attack; 5 in the Matthew Shardlake mystery series.

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