N. Beetham Stark sets her books in British history. These adventures are told by fictitious characters who see, hear, taste, smell and touch history as it unfolds before them. Join them in their adventures.
Fight beside the loyal seamen and their officers through the pain to glory at the battles of Camperdown, Tenerife, Aboukir Bay, Copenhagen and New Orleans.
A series of historical novels take the reader through the horrors of the Viking raids (Rolf the Red), the Roman invasion of England, including the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, the opening of the Coliseum in Rome, the tragedy at Masada and life in a Druid village (Twins of Torsh) and the Norman invasion of England (Irishman’s Revenge).
Or, if you prefer to follow the adventures of the English kings, read Brothers 4 (Richard I and John), Edward’s Right Hand (Edward I), or We Three Kings (Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V, including Agincourt).
This is true history told through the eyes of fictitious characters who see, hear, taste, smell and touch history as it unfolds before them.