The writers of history are usually on the winning side. Following the year 1066, there does not seem to be many books titled "The Saxons and the Anglo-Saxon Defeat"! The following book presents many of the writers of contemporary Latin Christendom following this year of 1066.
"...biased interpretations based upon unhistorical prejudices." is present as a reason for this text in the very first paragraph. The text is organized into chapters:
I The Emergent West
IV England, Normandy and Scandinavia
V The Norman Conquest of England
VI Norman England.
Each page flows with detailed reference to the opinions express during the historical period discussed. First published in 1969 by R. Allen Brown, it was reprinted in 1994 in hardback and paperback by The Boydell Press. It is an interesting read for those of us who like to discover the primary documents and their authors. [You have a large number of references to filter through!]