Dragon's Lair - Sharon K. Penman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0718139828 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sharon K. Penman / Hardcover / 320 Pages / Book is published 2004-04-29 by Michael Joseph Ltd
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by - written on 03/12/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Why this book ************** I picked this book up at my local library the other week. I have read a lot of Sharon Penman's Historical novels about the Middle Ages and Eleanor of Aquitaine and was intrigued by this book as it was a mystery novel set in the middle ages rather than a history novel so I thought I would give it a go and it didn't disappoint. About the author **************** Sharon Penman was born on the August 13, 1945 in New York. She is an American historical novelist, of Anglo-Irish ancestry. She is most well known for her novels and mysteries about English and Welsh royalty during the Middle Ages. She is know for her for ... Read the complete review
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