Books by Katherine Ashe

Released: Sept. 12, 2011

"A deeply sketched, thoroughly researched, wildly imagined labor of love that is hugely enjoyable."
Ashe brings her expansive, intricately worked saga on Simon de Montfort to a tragic, juddering close. Read full book review >
Released: May 27, 2011

"Ashe is more flag-bearer of the rampant Montfort lion than objective storyteller, but her sharp eye for human drama and historic detail, together with strong characterization, keep the reader absorbed to the very end."
A full-blooded second installment of Ashe's historical fiction, in which the seeds of rebellion against Henry III's economic tyranny are sown in the mind of Simon de Montfort, the founder of Parliament. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 9, 2011

"An expertly told tale in which the star role is played by democracy, a poisoned chalice to be won only at the cost of treason."
In this riveting third volume of Ashe's historical fiction, Simon de Montfort returns to England where he becomes embroiled in revolution against the king. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 5, 2010

"A lively, emotionally charged medieval trot."
Ashe presents a jousting first installment of a four-volume fiction on the deeply contentious founder of parliament, Simon de Montfort. Read full book review >