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Agincourt 1415: Field of Blood ~A Book Review~

Are you ready for a new book review? Here is one that I read a while ago, and somehow never wrote the review! Not sure what I was thinking, but better late than never, right? Agincourt 1415 is a battle that is still widely discussed today, for many different reasons… but I guess I better…

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Ladies of Magna Carta ~Book Review~

I just finished reading this book, and I could not wait to share the review! Check it out! If you love history, you are going to enjoy this one! Blurb for Ladies of Magna Carta Magna Carta clause 39: No man shall be taken, imprisoned, outlawed, banished or in any way destroyed, nor will we…

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Agincourt 1415 ~A Book Review~

Do you love historical fiction? Agincourt, 1415 is one that you need to read! This book brought this section of the Hundred Years War to a more vivid and amazing read. I was sucked into this book, and could not put it down! Publication Date: Available now Publisher: Pen and Sword Books Star Rating: 4/5…

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The Legitimacy of Bastards ~A Book Review~

Every now and then a book comes along that makes you rethink everything. The Legitimacy of Bastards was that book for me! Oh my goodness. I have studied history for years, I have my degrees in it, but there was information in this book that I had never considered. Honestly, it didn’t seem pertinent. How…

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The Lost Queen ~A Book Review

Have you heard the story of the lost queen? It might be one that you are somewhat familiar with, but this book by Anne Stott will take you deeper into the tragic story of Princess Charlotte, and the many ups and downs of her life. I finished a review copy just recently, and this is…

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