Ever since reading Sharon Kay Penman's trilogy on Henry II, I have made it my mission to read about England starting with William the Conqueror to Richard III. However, after finishing "Within the Fetterlock", I am now stuck. I need some recommenations on books dealing with Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI please! I prefer historical fiction, but right now I'd settle for just about anything. I have spent the last two days looking on amazon.con and all I came up with was The Star of Lancaste by Jean Plaidy and Crown In Candlelight by Rosemary Jarmon. Please oh please help!Have to say Brenna, there's not a lot of HF out there on these three Henrys! Here's some that I did manage to locate:
A Bloody Field by Shrewsbury by Edith Pargeter
Henry IV Part 1 and Part 2 by William Shakespeare
Men of Iron by Howard Pyle
Good King Harry by Denise Giardina
Harry of Monmouth by A M Maughan
Fortune Made His Sword by Martha Rofheart (also titled Cry "God for Harry")
Henry V by William Shakespeare
Royal Sword at Agincourt by Pamela Bennetts
The Whyte Hart by PC Doherty
Walk with Peril by Dorothy VS Jackson
Seven for St Crispins Day by Maureen Peters
Here Comes Harry by Hilda Lewis
The Coveted Crown by Freda M Long
Special thanks to Historicalnovels.info, and to the extremely knowledgeable folk at Historicalfictiononline.com who I turned to when I couldn't find much in the way of books on these three kings!
Does anyone have any other recommendations for Brenna?
Image of Henry IV from Wikipedia.