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Old 07-12-2012, 12:41 AM
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If you like Bernard Cornwell I'd seriously recommend Paul Doherty. He's a history writer too, and his books are so vivid. The Canterbury Tales series by him are my favourite, as they're very dark, full of mystery, which you said you like at the moment, and historical, but they're very difficult to find. He's written so much about so many different periods of history, and he writes with a far more adult style than some books, so it's good for vocabulary building too
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