Jorie’s Top Ten Historical Fiction Books


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  1. Madame de Lafayette’s The Princess of Cleves  
  2. Anya Seton’s Katherine
  3. Katherine Howe’s The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane
  4. Francine Rivers’ Redeeming love: A novel
  5. Ann Rinaldi’s A Break with Charity
  6. Jamie Ford’s Hotel on the corner of bitter and sweet: A novel
  7. Robert Graves’ I, Claudius
  8. Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan
  9. Joseph Heller’s God Knows
  10. Jeffrey Eugenides’ Middlesex
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3 thoughts on “Jorie’s Top Ten Historical Fiction Books

  1. Yay, “Middlesex”! Though I’m not sure you could call it historical fiction – maybe literary fiction? Anyway thanks for visiting my TTT this week! :3

  2. I actually have not even heard of most of these. I guess I should get busy and check them out since I really like this category.

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