[LMB] ot: romance novels & subversion

Sharon Tucker (stucker) stucker at memphis.edu
Sun Feb 25 19:18:19 GMT 2018

Well, there's We Speak No Treason by Rosemary Hawley Jarman. It starts out in the reign of IV then comes to center on Richard III. It's good historical fiction that I read long ago.

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The only one I know of with a glorious Richard III reign is the one with a sherlock holmes-esque figure who is accompanied by a forensic wizard, and I am totally blocking on the author and the name of the series, but I know that they're excellent.

On Sun, Feb 25, 2018 at 2:08 PM, Katherine Collett <kcollett at hamilton.edu>

> On Feb 25, 2018, at 11:31 AM, Eliza Shallcross <eshallcross at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> >
> > On deliberately changing history, years ago author Katy Kingston did 
> > an alternative history where Henry VIII’s brother Arthur didn’t die, 
> > and he and Katherine of Aragon turned an arranged marriage into a 
> > passionate romance.
> I'm trying to remember a book in which Richard III had a long and 
> illustrious reign, a golden age of England -- the book takes place 
> somewhat later in the Americas?  I thought it might be Shadow of 
> Albion, but evidently not.  In Shadow of Albion, "the heirless Charles 
> II [is] succeeded by his eldest bastard, the Duke of Monmouth, instead 
> of by his unpopular brother James," the American Revolution never 
> happened, etc.  But does the alternate history with Richard III's long 
> reign ring any bells with anyone?
> Katherine
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