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Bernard Cornwell


UK (1944 - )

Bernard Cornwell is the author of the acclaimed Richard Sharpe series, set during the Napoleonic Wars; the Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles, about American Civil War; the Warlord Trilogy, about Arthurian England; and, most recently, Stonehenge 2000 B.C.: A Novel and The Archer's Tale. Mr. Cornwell lives with his wife on Cape Cod.
 
Series





 
Crowning Mercy (with Susannah Kells)
1. A Crowning Mercy (1983)
2. The Fallen Angels (1983)
3. Coat of Arms (1986)
     aka The Aristocrats
 

 
 
Grail Quest
1. Harlequin (2000)
     aka The Archer's Tale
2. Vagabond (2002)
3. Heretic (2003)
The Grail Quest Trilogy (omnibus) (2013)

 


 

 

 
Bernard Cornwell recommends
Pendragon's Banner
Pendragon's Banner (1995)
(Pendragon's Banner, book 2)
Helen Hollick
"Helen Hollick has it all! She tells a great story, gets her history right and writes consistently readable books."
The Hundred Days
The Hundred Days (1998)
(Aubrey / Maturin, book 19)
Patrick O'Brian
"O'Brian is far and away the best of the Napoleonic storytellers and The Hundred Days is one of the best of the series: a classic naval adventure, crammed with incident, superbly plotted and utterly gripping...This is O'Brian at his brilliant, entertaining best and when he is on this form the rest of us who write of the Napoleonic conflict might as well give up and try a new career. Fans of the series will need no encouragement to buy this book, but if you are new to Aubrey and Maturin then this is as splendid an introduction as you could wish for."
Glory in the Name
Glory in the Name (2003)
(Samuel Bowater, book 1)
James L Nelson
"It is, by far, the best Civil War novel I have read; reeking of battle, duty, heroism and tragedy. It's a triumph of imagination and good, taut writing..."
A Hostile Place
A Hostile Place (2003)
John Fullerton
"Thriller writers wake up, a talent has arrived. "
The Eagle and the Wolves
The Eagle and the Wolves (2003)
(Cato & Macro, book 4)
Simon Scarrow
"It is my fervent hope that Simon Scarrow falls under a bus, or drowns or eats a bad mushroom because I really don't need this kind of competition. It's a great read, full of excitement."
Havoc's Sword
Havoc's Sword (2003)
(Alan Lewrie, book 11)
Dewey Lambdin
"Stunning naval adventure, reeking of powder and mayhem. I wish I had written this series."
The Four Days in June
The Four Days in June (2006)
Iain Gale
"A powerful novel of men at war. A triumph."
The Whale Road
The Whale Road (2007)
(Oathsworn, book 1)
Robert Low
"A company of warriors, desperate battles, an enthralling read."
The Winter Sea
The Winter Sea (2008)
(Slains, book 1)
Susanna Kearsley
"A deeply engaging romance and a compelling historical novel. A marvellous book."
Midwife of the Blue Ridge
Midwife of the Blue Ridge (2008)
Christine Blevins
"A terrific book! A riveting tale of love, struggle, and savagery on America's colonial frontier."
Zulu Hart
Zulu Hart (2009)
(George Hart, book 1)
Saul David
"A first-rate historian, now a masterly story-teller."

Terminal World (2010)
Alastair Reynolds
"A galaxy-sized imagination allied to real story-telling."

Red Runs the Helmand (2011)
(Anthony Morgan Trilogy, book 3)
Patrick Mercer
"A storyteller who knows the humour, the fear and the frenzy of men in battle."

The Scarlet Thief (2013)
(Jack Lark, book 1)
Paul Fraser Collard
"This is a brilliant debut and I look forward to reading more of Jack Lark!"

Edwin: High King of Britain (2014)
(Northumbrian Thrones, book 1)
Edoardo Albert
"A splendid novel."

Keanes Challenge (2014)
(James Keane, book 2)
Iain Gale
"Richard Sharpe would be delighted to have Keane on his side."

Oswald: Return of the King (2015)
(Northumbrian Thrones, book 2)
Edoardo Albert
"Leaves the readers wanting more."



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