Jerome de Groot
Jerome de Groot rounds up recent releases.
Jerome de Groot casts his eye over a selection of recent releases.
Jerome de Groot considers recent releases.
In the latest of his occasional surveys of historical fiction, Jerome de Groot casts a critical eye on the often disparaged genre of romance.
In our latest survey of historical fiction Jerome de Groot finds a remarkable breadth of books that address our need for present-day certainties to confound the chaos of the past – and revisits a timeless classic.
Jerome de Groot wades through the swathes of warriors landing on his desk to give us a round-up of the best battle-laden historical fiction for this year.
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