About Robert Parry
Robert Parry is a UK writer of historical fiction with special interests in Tudor and Elizabethan history, Victorian Gothic and Pre-Raphaelite art. His debut novel, Virgin and the Crab appeared in 2009. His 2nd, The Arrow Chest in 2011. And in March 2013 his 3rd, entitled WILDISH
His work spans the Tudor, Georgian and Victorian eras, and combines reality, dreams and the unconscious within a well-researched and vivid historical setting.
Available in Paperback and on all good e-readers including Kindle and Nook
Here’s what people say …
‘Robert Parry is a word smith. His ability to extract his own perceptions of the past and present them in a novel in fantastical manner, one that disallows his readers anything BUT their total and complete submersion into his tales, is ingenious.’ Claudia Robinson, Luxury Reading
‘I love authors who write for the senses, who bring characters and scenes to life so vibrantly, and Parry is one of those authors.’ Claire Ridgway, The Anne Boleyn Files
‘Robert Parry’s style of writing is incredible, almost like a poetry – the settings are very richly detailed and simply amazing.’ Sylwia , Queen Anne Boleyn
‘Be the character a hero, arrogant, young, old or brash, whatever their personalities you as the reader feel for these characters, you follow their ups and downs. You laugh when they do and you cry when they weep. Parry did not simply write a book and present it to the reader, instead he used words to weave such intricate and captivating images which flood the mind and take over the imagination.’ Sarah Bryson, Anne Boleyn from Queen to History
‘A wonderful way with words and his descriptions of people and place are so vivid that you feel sure you’re living in this tale as well.‘ Darlene from Peeking Between the Pages.
‘Robert Parry’s poetic prose painted a haunting portrait of Victorian England … I felt as if I was transported to Victorian England every time I picked up the book.’ Teddy Rose, Historical Tapestry.
‘Robert Parry has breathed life back into Tudor England and made time travel very possible.’ Natalie Greuninger, On The Tudor Trail
‘Weaves an intriguing plot and never loses the reader’s interest in the minutiae of historical detail.’ Michele Jacobsen, The Lit Asylum
Robert Parry can be reached via his Facebook Author Page where he will gladly answer queries and discuss any aspect of his work.
He also has a blog containing various articles and news Endymion at Night
e-mail: robertparrysmail at gmail dot com