more future releases from Sourcebooks

Here are a few really exciting future releases from Sourcebooks!


Desiree
by AnneMarie Selinko

Release Date:  October 2010

SYNOPSIS:  First published in 1953, this riveting true-life tale comes to life in diary form, giving readers an inside glimpse at the young Napoleon and his family. Désirée is enchanted by the young officer, and he asks her to marry him. But he must leave for Paris, where he meets his eventual wife Josephine. A heartbroken Désirée is unsure she’ll ever find anyone again. A love story, but so much more, Désirée is the tale of a simple merchant’s daughter who ends up with a kind of royalty she never expected: an unforgettable story just waiting to be reborn.


Child of the Northern Spring
by Persia Wooley

Release Date:  November 2010

SYNOPSIS:  Often portrayed as spoiled, in Persia Woolley’s hands Guinevere comes alive as a high-spirited, passionate woman. When she is chosen by Arthur to be his wife, Guinevere’s independence wars with her family loyalty. As the wedding approaches and hints of rebellion abound, she learns that the old gods are in revolt against the new Christian church, and that scattered kingdoms are stirring from their uneasy peace. This is Arthurian epic at its best, filled with romance, adventure, authentic historical detail, and a landscape alive with the mystery of Britain in the Dark Ages.


The Forever Queen
by Helen Hollick

Release Date:  November 2010

SYNOPSIS:  Married to a king incompetent both on the throne and in bed, Emma does not love her husband. But she does love England. Even as her husband fails, Emma vows to protect her people—no matter what. For five decades, through love and loss, prosperity and exile, Emma fights for England, becoming the only woman to have been anointed, crowned, and reigning queen to two different kings, the mother of two more, and the great aunt of William the Conqueror.


A Bloody Field by Shrewsbury
by Edith Pargeter

Release Date:  November 2010

SYNOPSIS:  A masterful tale of 14th century England, as fans of Edith Pargeter’s The Brothers of Gwynedd have come to expect. Henry Bolingbroke, banished and deprived of his inheritance by Richard II, returns and deposes the king to become Henry IV. He is aided by powerful lords, especially by his friend, Harry “Hotspur” Percy. But his triumph quickly fades in the face of evergrowing crises. Not only is Wales rebelling, but the question of how Richard II really died lingers, causing dangerous trouble. The king also has powerful enemies poised to pounce, as he and his kingdom are drawn inexorably to a bloody collision some two miles from Shrewsbury.


Jeremy Poldark: Third Novel in the Poldark series
by Winston Graham

Release Date:  November 2010

SYNOPSIS:  Ross Poldark faces the darkest hour of his life, as he is accused of wrecking two ships and is made to stand trial at the Bodmin Assizes. Despite their stormy marriage, Demelza tries to rally support for her husband, to save him and their family. But there are enemies in plenty who would be happy to see Ross convicted, not the least of which is George Warleggan, the powerful banker whose personal rivalry with Ross grows ever more intense and threatens to destroy the Poldarks…



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16 comments:

  1. It's a good thing I already have most of these - I"m not sure how much more my credit card or my bookcases can take!!

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  2. I need the Emma book, i read once about her and she was just so cool

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  3. Oh...I see I'm going to have to make MORE room on my TBR pile...

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  4. Most of these books look right up my alley, and have just been added to the wish list. Thanks for sharing them!

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  5. Yet more additions to my MONSTROUS Wishlist! Thanks so much!

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  6. Sourcebooks have such good releases coming up don't they! I have read the Hollick already and it was really good.

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  7. Hmm...I'm curious about the book on Queen Emma as Hollick has one about her titled "The Hollow Crown." Just wondering if this is a reissue with a new title?

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  8. I love Sourcebooks! They put out wonderful Historical Fiction.

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  9. ooo, so looking forward to Desiree and The Forever Queen.

    Best name from these descriptions: Demelza!

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  10. Desiree...I love that book. I am so glad they are re-releasing it...and the Helen Hollick novel sounds good too...heck, they all do...

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  11. Another wonderful line up. I need to read faster.

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  12. Desiree is the awesomest book. (Is awesomest a word?) My mother-in-law gave it to me several years ago and I couldn't put it down. Sourcebooks is re-releasing lots of great historical fiction!

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  13. These look good. The cover on Desiree is so pretty.
    http://thebookworm07.blogspot.com/

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  14. Ooh, a few of these have caught my eye. Thanks for posting them!

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  15. A new take on Guinevere! I can't read enough of those!

    That one will go on my tbr pile (actually, to be bought...)

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