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Cornwell, Bernard

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Works: 346 works in 2,807 publications in 16 languages and 122,097 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  History  Military history  Historical fiction  War stories, English  War stories  Drama  Naval history  Biographical fiction  Television adaptations 
Roles: Author, Creator, Contributor, Bibliographic antecedent, Editor
Classifications: PR6053.O75,
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Publications about Bernard Cornwell
Publications by Bernard Cornwell
Most widely held works about Bernard Cornwell
 
Most widely held works by Bernard Cornwell
The last kingdom : a novel by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
64 editions published between 1984 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 3,305 libraries worldwide
Captured and raised by Danes in the ninth century, dispossessed nobleman Uhtred witnesses the unexpected defeat of his adoptive Viking clan by Alfred of Wessex and longs to recover his father's land
The pale horseman by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
52 editions published between 2002 and 2015 in 4 languages and held by 3,160 libraries worldwide
Uhtred, Northumbrian born, raised a Viking and married to a Saxon, is a formidable warrior, and he, together with the thoughtful and pious Alfred, Alfred's family and a few of Uhtred's companions, are apparently all that remain of the Wessex leadership after a disastrous truce. Defeated comprehensively by the Vikings, Alfred and his Saxon followers seek refuge in Athelney, a tidal swamp and all that is left of Alfred's kingdom. Uhtred still thinks of rejoining his Danish foster brother and the victorious Vikings, but he finds a growing respect for the stubborn leadership of Alfred, to whom Uhtred's support is essential if the Saxon strength is to be rebuilt and battle joined with the enemy
Sword song : the battle for London by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
48 editions published between 2006 and 2014 in 5 languages and held by 3,070 libraries worldwide
Uhtred has been made Governor of London while Alfred, building fortified towns to hold Wessex, pushes into Mercia
Lords of the North by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
49 editions published between 2002 and 2015 in English and French and held by 3,042 libraries worldwide
Returning to his northern home, Uhtred of Bebbanburg finds himself caught up in the takeover crusade of a self-proclaimed ruler of Northumbria, a situation that culminates in a midnight siege on a seemingly impregnable city
The burning land : a novel by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
44 editions published between 2009 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 2,995 libraries worldwide
The Danes of East Anglia and the Vikings of Northumbria are plotting the conquest of all Britain. When King Alfred's daughter pleads with Uhtred for help, he cannot refuse her request. In a desperate gamble, he takes command of a demoralized Mercian army, leading them in an unforgettable battle on a blood-soaked field beside the Thames
Heretic by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
51 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 2,976 libraries worldwide
Having spent three years fighting in the Hundred Years' War, archer Thomas of Hookton continues his search for the Holy Grail but discovers that his homeland has been torn by deadly rivalries, religious conflicts, and the Black Death
The winter king : a novel of Arthur by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
77 editions published between 1995 and 2013 in 7 languages and held by 2,947 libraries worldwide
The saga begins in fifth-century Dark Age Britain. Arthur, a military genius, struggles with his small band of warriors to keep a flicker of civilization alive in a barbaric world.--
Vagabond by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
43 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in 4 languages and held by 2,761 libraries worldwide
From internationally bestselling author Bernard Cornwell comes the eagerly anticipated sequel to The Archer's Tale, in his acclaimed Grail Quest series, in which a young archer sets out to avenge his family's honor on the battlefields of the Hundred Years' War and winds up on a quest for the Holy Grail. 1347: a year of war and unrest. England's army is fighting in France, and its absence encourages the Scots to invade the old enemy. Thomas of Hookton, sent back to England to follow an ancient trail that suggests his family once owned the Holy Grail, instead becomes embroiled in the savage fight when the Scots come to Durham. Out of the horror he finds a new companion for the quest but also discovers a new and sinister enemy in a Dominican Inquisitor. All Europe wants the grail. Many may doubt it even exists, but no one would willingly allow an enemy to find Christendom's most precious relic, and Thomas finds himself in a murderous race with the Inquisitor and with Guy de Vexille, the mysterious black rider who murdered Thomas's father (in The Archer's Tale). Thomas appears to have an advantage in the race. His father bequeathed him a mysterious notebook that confirms the grail's existence and offers clues to where the relic might be hidden. But his rivals, inspired by a fanatical religious fervor, have their own advantage-the torture chamber of the Inquisition. Thomas, seeking help to decipher the book's cryptic pages, is delivered instead to his worst enemies. He finds refuge in Brittany, with Jeanette, the Countess of Armorica, but fate will not let him rest. He is thrust into one of the bloodiest and most desperate fights of the Hundred Years' War, the Battle of la Roche-Derrien, and amid the flames, arrows, and butchery of that night, he faces his enemies again
Agincourt by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
42 editions published between 2008 and 2014 in 8 languages and held by 2,753 libraries worldwide
A fugitive English forester and mercenary defender saves young novitiate Melisande and, defending himself from a vengeance-seeking rapist priest and Melisande's father, finds himself slogging his way to Agincourt as an archer in King Henry V's army
Stonehenge, 2000 B.C. : a novel by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
99 editions published between 1998 and 2014 in 8 languages and held by 2,722 libraries worldwide
"Three brothers--deadly rivals--are uneasily united in their quest to create a temple to their gods. ... [Lengar, Camaban, and Saban] begin erecting their mighty ring of granite, aligning towering stones to the movement of the heavenly bodies, and raising arches to appease and unite their gods."--Jacket
Rebel by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
34 editions published between 1993 and 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,677 libraries worldwide
Story of the First Bull Run/Manassas battle and how Nate Starbuck, a renegade from Boston, came to play a crucial part in it
Enemy of God : a novel of Arthur by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
64 editions published between 1976 and 2015 in 5 languages and held by 2,628 libraries worldwide
A Saxon slave boy who rose to become one of King Arthur's lieutenants describes the campaign against the Saxons and the Christians. Arthur wants to unify Britain, but the Christians refuse his rule, considering him a pagan enemy of God
Excalibur : a novel of Arthur by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
67 editions published between 1996 and 2015 in 9 languages and held by 2,566 libraries worldwide
The embattled King Arthur faces rebellion by anti-Christian pagans as he fights the invading Saxons. The rebels demand a return to the worship of Druid gods, claiming only they can save Britain. Final volume in a trilogy
Sharpe's havoc : Richard Sharpe and the campaign in northern Portugal, spring 1809 by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
43 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,565 libraries worldwide
British soldier Richard Sharpe stands up to Napoleon's crack troops in the Iberian Penisula while searching for the missing daughter of an English wine shipper
The fort : a novel of the Revolutionary War by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
37 editions published between 2001 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 2,564 libraries worldwide
After the British establish a fort on the Penobscot River, the Massachusetts patriots--among them General Peleg Wadsworth and Colonel Paul Revere--mount an expedition to oust the redcoats
Sharpe's Trafalgar : Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Trafalgar, October 21, 1805 by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
45 editions published between 1999 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 2,386 libraries worldwide
Sharpe's voyage home from India is interrupted by the French warship Revenant. Soon, Sharpe finds himself caught up in the one of the greatest naval battles in British history
1356 : a novel by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
33 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in 3 languages and held by 2,361 libraries worldwide
The rascally Thomas of Hookton, aka Le Batard, and his band of not-so-merry mercenaries are bidden by the Earl of Northhampton to unearth the lost sword of Saint Peter in this recreation of the Battle of the Poitiers in 1356 wherein a severely outnumbered English army defeats the French and captures the Poiters and French King John II
The Empty Throne : a Novel by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
19 editions published between 2014 and 2016 in English and held by 2,271 libraries worldwide
Britain, early 10th century AD: a time of change. There are new raids by the Vikings from Ireland, and turmoil among the Saxons over the leadership of Mercia. A younger generation is taking over. Æthelred, the ruler of Mercia, is dying, leaving no legitimate heir. The West Saxons want their king, but Uhtred has long supported Æthelflaed, sister to King Edward of Wessex and widow of Æthelred. Widely loved and respected, Æthelflaed has all the makings of a leader -- but could Saxon warriors ever accept a woman as their ruler? The stage is set for rivals to fight for the empty throne. Uhtred is still suffering from the wounds he received in battle. To recover his strength he needs to find the sword that caused the injury, but lost amid the battle's blood and mud, how could it be traced and who among the Vikings or Saxons might be holding it? In the end it is one champion, one hero, who will destroy the new Viking threat to Mercia and ultimately decide the fate of England
Gallows thief by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
34 editions published between 2001 and 2012 in English and Hungarian and held by 2,260 libraries worldwide
A spellbinding historical drama about an ex-soldier in 1820s London who must help rescue an innocent man from Death Row, by bestselling author Bernard Cornwell It is the end of the Napoleonic Wars and England has just fought its last victorious battle against the French. As Rider Sandman and the other heroes of Waterloo begin to make their way back to England, they find a country where corruption, poverty, and social unrest run rampant, and where "justice" is most often delivered at the end of a hangman's noose. Nowhere in London are the streets as busy as in front of Newgate Prison, its largest penitentiary, where mobs gather regularly to watch the terrible spectacle of the doomed men and women on the gallows' stands. Rider Sandman -- whose reputation on the battlefields of France is exceeded only by his renown on the cricket fields of England -- returns home from war to discover his personal affairs in a shambles. Creditors have taken over his estate, leaving him penniless -- and forcing him to release the woman he loves from her obligations to marry him. Desperate to right his situation, he accepts the offer of a job investigating the claims of innocence by a painter due to hang for murder in a few days' time. The Home Secretary makes it clear that this is pro-forma, and that he expects Sandman to rubber-stamp the verdict. But Sandman's investigation reveals that something is amiss -- that there is merit to the young artist's claims. He further discovers that, though the Queen herself has ordered a reinvestigation of the circumstances, someone else does not want the truth revealed. In a race against the clock, Sandman moves from the hellish bowels of Newgate prison to the perfumed drawing rooms of the aristocracy, determined to rescue the innocent man from the rope. As he begins to peel back the layers of an utterly corrupt penal system, he finds himself pitted against some of the wealthiest and most ruthless men in Regency England. Gallows Thief combines the rich historical texture of Edward Rutherford and the taut suspense of Caleb Carr to create an eviscerating portrait of capital punishment in nineteenth-century London
Sharpe's triumph : Richard Sharpe and the Battle of Assaye, September 1803 by Bernard Cornwell( Book )
49 editions published between 1998 and 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,224 libraries worldwide
The continuing adventures of Richard Sharpe, a 19th century soldier, as he fights to enlarge the British empire. He helps the Duke of Wellington put down the Indian Mahratta rebellion, an operation culminating in the 1803 Battle of Assaye which is described in vivid detail
 
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controlled identity Kells, Susannah

Bernard Cornwell britischer Schriftsteller
Bernard Cornwell britisk skribent
Bernard Cornwell Brits schrijver
Bernard Cornwell brittisk författare
Bernard Cornwell écrivain britannique
Bernard Cornwell scrittore britannico
Cornwell, Barnard
Cornwell, Bernard
Cornwell, Bernard 1944-
Cornwell, Bernhard 1944-
Kells, Susannah.
Kells, Susannah 1944-
Kōnweru, Bānādo
Wiggins , Bernard
Wiggins, Bernard 1944-
Бърнард Корнуел
Корнуэлл, Бернард
קורנוול, ברנרד
ბერნარდ კორნუელი
콘월, 버나드 1944-
콘웰, 버나드 1944-
コーンウェル, バーナード
コーンウェルバーナード
バーナード・コーンウェル
Languages
English (816)
German (58)
Spanish (37)
French (23)
Italian (16)
Hungarian (15)
Polish (7)
Russian (7)
Swedish (6)
Danish (4)
Dutch (3)
Japanese (2)
Turkish (2)
Czech (2)
Portuguese (1)
Serbian (1)
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