Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Blog Tour: The Agincourt King by Mercedes Rochelle



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The Agincourt King

The Plantagenet Legacy, Book #5

by Mercedes Rochelle




Tuesdays, July 2nd - 23rd, 2024

Publication Date: April 8th, 2024
Publisher: Sergeant Press
Pages: 260
Genre: Historical Fiction

From the day he was crowned, Henry V was determined to prove the legitimacy of his house. His father's usurpation weighed heavily on his mind. Only a grand gesture would capture the respect of his own countrymen and the rest of Europe. He would follow in his great-grandfather Edward III's footsteps, and recover lost territory in France.

Better yet, why not go for the crown? Poor, deranged Charles VI couldn't manage his own barons. The civil war between the Burgundians and Armagnacs was more of a threat to his country than the English, even after Henry laid siege to Harfleur. But once Harfleur had fallen, the French came to their senses and determined to block his path to Calais and destroy him. 

By the time the English reached Agincourt, they were starving, exhausted, and easy pickings. Or so the French thought. Little did they reckon on Henry's leadership and the stout-hearted English archers who proved, once again, that numbers didn't matter when God was on their side.



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Mercedes Rochelle


Mercedes Rochelle is an ardent lover of medieval history, and has channeled this interest into fiction writing. Her first four books cover eleventh-century Britain and events surrounding the Norman Conquest of England. The next series is called “The Plantagenet Legacy” and begins with the reign of Richard II. She also writes a blog: HistoricalBritainBlog.com to explore the history behind the story.

Born in St. Louis, MO, she received by BA in Literature at the Univ. of Missouri St.Louis in 1979 then moved to New York in 1982 while in her mid-20s to "see the world". The search hasn't ended!

Today she lives in Sergeantsville, NJ with her husband in a log home they had built themselves.

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July 9th

July 16th
The Book's Delight
The Writing Desk
Shadows of the Past
CelticLady's Reviews
Adventures of a Tudor Nerd
Elizabeth St.John's Official Blog
Anna Belfrage – Stolen Moments

July 23rd
Brook's Journal
Left on the Shelf
When Angels Fly
A Darn Good Read
Oh look, another book!
Historical Fiction Reviews
The Whispering Bookworm
Linnea Tanner's Official Blog
Catherine Meyrick's Official Blog





2 comments:

  1. Just bought and on my to-read list!!

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    1. Aww, thank you, Craig. I'm sure Mercedes Rochelle will be thrilled.

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