Series: Sir Robert Carey

Author: Dana Stabenow

A Season of Knives (2000)
4.21 of 5 Votes: 3
The whole series is a delight! Her writing style transports you straight to late Elizabethan England, or, more precisely the wild, wild North of 16th century England. Her characters are lovable and most and best of all depicted as being very human, unashamedly displaying an array of emotions (war...
A Surfeit of Guns (2000)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 4
I love this series and I took a while to read this because I needed to save it for 'best.' In between starting A Surfeit and finishing, I read another ten books that I wouldn't review because they're in the category I write. My rating can't be fair if I don't love them.Sir Robert Carey is called ...
A Famine of Horses (2000)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 4
A Famine of HorsesI've read one other book in Chisholm's Sir Robert Carey series (An Air of Treason), but A Famine of Horses is the first in the series and very, very good.A Famine of Horses is a fast-paced tale full of historical detail with many of the characters taken from real life, both the ...