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Medieval Bibliography Used for Research on my Relic Hunter Series

May 232017

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Over the past five years I have poured over books set during the middle ages to get a better understanding of the time period and my characters. Below you will find my bibliography. Next post I will review some of my favorites so you may enjoy them as well. They are in no specific order, some being non-fiction and biographies but most are juvenile titles since my Relic Hunter series is for Middle Grade readers.

The Squire, the Knight, and His Lady-Gerald Morris-MG

Ghost Knight-Cornelia Funke-MG

The Youngest Templar Series-Michael Spradlin-MG

The Ramsey Scallop-Frances Temple-MG

Isabella of Castille-Nancy Rubin

By Fire by Water-Mitchell James Kaplan

Kings of the Grail-Margaret Torres Sevilla

The Passion of Dolssa-Julie Berry

War Horse-Don Bolognesse-MG

Writing Historical Fiction-James A. Thom

Crispin-Avi-MG

The Book without Words-Avi-MG

The Inquisitor's Tale-Adam Gidwitz-MG

Arthur at the Crossing Places-Kevin Crossley-Holland-MG

Arthur and the King of the Middle March-Kevin Crossley-Holland-MG

The Seeing Stone-Kevin Crossley-Holland-MG

Gatti's Tale-Kevin Crossley-Holland-MG

Relics of God-Keith Sniadack

The Last Templar-Michael Jecks

Jack Templar: Monster Hunter-MG

A World Lit Only By Fire-William Manchester

The Time Traveler's Guide to Medieval England-Ian Mortimer

The Witch in the Well-Sharan Newman

The Wandering Arm-Sharan Newman

In the Wake of the Plague-Norman Cantor

Canterbury Tales-Geoffrey Chaucer

The Ink Garden of Brother Theophane-C.M. Miller

Walking the Way A Medieval Quest-Neal Wiegman

A Medieval Feast-Alike

Marguerite Makes a Book-Bruce Robertson

A Stitch in Air-Lori Carlson

The Kitchen Knight: A Tale of King Arthur-Margaret Hodges

Infidel--Ted Decker-MG

 

 

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