The first volume of two books of this 12th century English
historian are up (not proofed in detail yet).
Since this was a mere 500+ pages, it might be a while before Volume II gets up, if we even can find a copy. It will go faster, if someone wants to see
This history is considered to be a crucial one for the later material, during the reign of Henry II of England, the time when he lived. His insertion of the Letters of Thomas à Becket regarding his trouble with the king are especially interesting.
For once, the introduction by the translator is more interesting than usual, and less painful to read than many.
But if you wish, begin with Roger's words first, often the best way to begin medieval immersion:
The Annals of Roger de Hoveden