Books by Jennifer Roberson

THE GOLDEN KEY by Melanie Rawn
Released: Sept. 1, 1996

"In overall effect, this resembles nothing so much as a fantasy soap opera on a grand scale—exactly as might be expected from the authors' previous work."
A ``shared world'' trilogy in one volume, offering connected novels by three of this publisher's most popular authors (the credits page lists over two dozen of their previous works), collaborating for the first time. Read full book review >
LADY OF THE GLEN by Jennifer Roberson
Released: April 1, 1996

"With original documents and responsible research, well worth a Highland journey."
The author of several robust historicals (Lady of the Forest, 1992, etc.) presents a stirring if ultimately doleful drama concerned with the 1692 massacre of the Highland MacDonald clan—a slaughter that took place during the campaign by King William III of England to subdue the fierce chiefs of Scotland. Read full book review >
LADY OF THE FOREST by Jennifer Roberson
Released: Sept. 1, 1992

"The minstrels were right—Robin's altruistic thievery remains the real story here."
Roberson, author of 15 previous novels, re-creates the first flush of romance between young Maid Marian and the man who will be Robin Hood in this prequel to the more familiar ``merry men'' legends—an often tiresome mixture of political chicanery and courtly passion that pales in comparison to those rollicking legends to come. Read full book review >