What I've just finished reading:
Jean Plaidy's The Murder in the Tower (ebook) - disappointing, for a Plaidy. I guess I was hoping for a lot more about James I and Charles I, and she seems to have focused on Charles II and thereafter with the Stuart books. I do think I'll enjoy the books about Mary and Anne when I get there.
The Agency, by Y S Lee - Awesome. My only quibble is how easy it was to forget that it was Victorian and assume it was Regency. I don't know if that's because I'm so used to reading Regency, or whether the setting just wasn't *quite* explicit enough. But I really enjoyed it, and have the next two on my TBR pile. (It's a very big pile.)
What I'm reading now:
I'm doing my usual: in the middle of far too many things all at once.
The Maid and the Queen, by Nancy Goldstone. The third Goldstone I've started and probably the first I'll finish. Which isn't to say I don't like the other two, I've just been more easily distracted by them. This one is about Joan of Arc (the Maid) and Yolande of Aragon (the Queen - of Sicily) and Yolande's influence on the reception of Joan. Seriously fascinating, and will make for a good review post given that I'll have to mention Tessa Duder's Song for Alex and Shaw's Joan as well.
The Body in the Tower, by Y S Lee. Second in the Mary Quinn/Agency series.
Also on my Goodread's "Currently Reading" list: The Lord's Day (Michael Dobbs), Passage to Pontefract (e) (Jean Plaidy), Escape from Cockatoo Island (Yvonne Poshoglian) and Four Queens (Nancy Goldstone).
What I'll read next:
Hild, by Nicola Griffiths
The One, by Kiera Cass
Our Man in Tehran (e), by Robert Wright
Glamour in Glass, by Mary Robinette Kowal
... by the way - it's still Wednesday somewhere in the US.