Historical Fiction

New editions for 2023

New editions of Tracey Warr’s historical novels are published this year with new cover designs and new formats. The books are initially available in hardback, paperback and ebook formats. Audio books are planned for 2024.

Tracey Warr, Conquest I: Daughter of the Last King

Publication: 1 March 2023

1093. An invasion and a curse. Book I in the Conquest trilogy centring on the turbulent life of Nest ferch Rhys and the reign of King Henry I.

‘I could not put this book down from the moment I started it. I practically inhaled the content.’ Poppy Coburn

Tracey Warr, Conquest II: The Drowned Court

Publication: 24 April 2023

1107. A kidnap and a devastating shipwreck. Book II in the Conquest trilogy centring on Nest ferch Rhys and the reign of King Henry I.

‘The drawbridge came down and I ventured in. I was not disappointed.’ The Book Trail

Tracey Warr, Conquest III: The Anarchy

Publication: 1 May 2023

1121. The trail of a mass murderer and a hunt for a runaway nun. Book III in the Conquest trilogy centring on Nest ferch Rhys and the reign of King Henry I.

‘When Warr delved into Welsh history and discovered Nest, she must have known she’d struck story gold.’ Historical Novels Review

Tracey Warr, The Viking Hostage

Publication: 20 June 2023

In late 10th century France and Wales, three women are living through turbulent power struggles across Europe, viking raids, slavery, and fears of the End of Time.

‘Human chess played with lives and land. Three instantly likeable women fight the system from within.’ The Book Bag

Tracey Warr, Almodis the Peaceweaver

Publication: 10 July 2023

Almodis de la Marche was a scandal. A powerful female lord in 11th century France and Spain, she was excommunicated and declaimed as ‘afflicted with a godless female itch’.

‘Almodis is feisty. She takes any situation by the scruff of the neck and shakes the best out of it that she can. Warr brings her off the page … I read the book over a couple of days when I really should have been doing something else.’ The Book Bag

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