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Books and profile for Conn Iggulden

Dunstan by Conn Iggulden

Dunstan lived in the 10th Century and was later canonised – the patron saint of blacksmiths. Conn Iggulden gives us a version of Dunstan’s life that is far from saintly. Dunstan and his brother Wulfric joined the monks at Glastonbury … Continue reading

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Ravenspur: Rise of the Tudors by Conn Iggulden

‘Ravenspur’ is the 4th and final novel in Conn Iggulden’s War of the Roses series. After the throne changing hands several times between the Yorks and the Lancasters, the wars finally come to an end with Henry VII on the … Continue reading

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Bloodline by Conn Iggulden

‘Bloodline’ is the 3rd novel in Conn Iggulden’s War of the Roses series and covers the period from 1460 to 1469. At the end of the previous novel ‘Trinity/Margaret of Anjou’, the Lancaster side, mostly led by Henry VI’s wife … Continue reading

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Trinity/ Margaret of Anjou by Conn Iggulden

‘Trinity/ Margaret of Anjou’ is the 2nd novel in Conn Iggulden’s War of the Roses series. The first novel in the series is ‘Stormbird’ and the 3rd and 4th are ‘Bloodline’ and ‘Ravenspur: The Rise of the Tudors’. This novel … Continue reading

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Conn Iggulden Profile and Books

Conn Iggulden is a British author born in 1971. He mostly writes historical fiction but has also co-authored The Dangerous Books which are very popular books for boys. When I first saw Iggulden’s book list, I was amazed at how … Continue reading

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Stormbird by Conn Iggulden

‘Stormbird’ is the first book in Conn Iggulden’s series about the War of the Roses in 15th century England. This book describes many of the events that led to the conflict between the House of Lancaster and the House of … Continue reading

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