Graham Shelby

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Graham Shelby (born 1939) is a British historical novelist.[1] He worked as a copywriter and book-reviewer before embarking on a series of historical novels, mainly set in the twelfth century.

List of works[edit]

The Knights of Dark Renown and The Kings of Vain Intent were translated into German as Ritter der Finsternis in 1975, and The Devil is Loose and The Wolf at the Door as Der ertrinkende Eber in 1980.


  1. ^ Lask, Thomas (July 16, 1971). "Fire and Sword in Palestine (review)". New York Times. Retrieved 1 June 2011. The theme of Graham Shelby's superior historical fiction is found in its title. ...