Paul C. Doherty - Novels


  • The Death of a King: A Medieval Mystery (1985)
  • Prince Drakulya (1986)
  • The Fate of Princes (1990)
  • Dove Amongst the Hawks (1990)
  • The Masked Man (1991)
  • The Rose Demon (1997)
  • The Haunting (1997)
  • The Soul Slayer (1997)
  • The Love Knot (1999) (writing as Vanessa Alexander)
  • Of Love and War (2000) (writing as Vanessa Alexander)
  • The Loving Cup (2001) (writing as Vanessa Alexander)
  • The Plague Lord (2002)
  • Great Crown Jewel Robbery of 1303 (2005)
  • The Death of the Red King (2006)

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