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Historical Fiction

  • Belisarius: Military Master of The West

    Peter Keating

    Success breeds enemies. Constantinople, 533. Emperor Justinian charges General Belisarius with a mission, to bring Vandal held North Africa back into the imperial fold. Set in the Golden Age of Byzantium, this is Belisarius' account of his early life in Middle Dacia, his rise through the ranks of the Roman army, epic battles with the Persians and the fight for control of lost Mediterranean

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  • Jack Swan

    Paul W Richardson

    Transported for a crime he did not commit, Jack Swan finds himself beaten, tormented and hunted until news of his mother's imminent death spurs him into action. Jack Swan and his family came to know a world of abject poverty, dirt, disease, degradation, and death. Yet against all the odds, Swan finds his soul mate in the shape of Annie Nolan, only to suffer the loss of her to the vicious nature of a man

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  • In a Valley of Kings

    Charlie Gutsell

    Ancient Egypt during the eighteenth dynasty is a time of great uncertainty and desperate vengeance. Dakarai, a young Egyptian fisherman, has become obsessed with avenging the deaths of his parents, both of whom were murdered in cold blood, for spreading Egypt's traditional means of faith. With his peaceful village and way of life having been ripped apart by the megalomaniac pharaoh, Akhenaten, and his deadly m

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  • Sap in the Blood

    Jon Antonius

    The affluent lifestyle of Major Giles Derryvale and his children could not be more different to that of Cliff Curtiss, his head gardener, and Cliff's wife, Esther, but they share the same preoccupations with life and family, together with a deep abiding love for their work on the Derryvale country estate. Thomas Briswell, the proud owner of a footwear empire, enjoys that same privileged life in their small rur

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  • The Missionary

    Rowena Kinread

    Patricius, a young man of Britannia, is taken from his home and family when Gaelic pirates attack his village. On his arrival in Ireland, he is sold as a slave to the cruel underking of the Dalriada tribe in the north. Six years later, Patricius manages to escape. His journey takes him through France to Ravenna in Italy. His subsequent plans to return to Britannia are side-tracked when he finds himself accompanyin

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  • Beyond the Sandbar 

    Nick Gosman

    A tale of courage and fortitude from World War II. Based on true events, Beyond the Sandbar tells the contrasting stories of identical twin brothers. While George rescues downed pilots during the Siege of Malta, Fred suffers deprivation as a prisoner of war in Nazi Germany. The story follows both men through a series of intertwined snapshots in which the action unfolds in real-time to give a gri

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  • 1819: Dark Angelic

    Geoff Nowell

    1819...Lancashire. Beneath the streets, the fires of discontent are stoked as hard as the chimneys of the industrial revolution. Come the summer, there'll be a big, mass meeting in Manchester, which Reformers everywhere are praying will establish liberty in the land. But lying in wait are the enemies of this noble band. Ready to unleash their ultimate retribution. In Darkleigh, Mary, a you

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  • Oradour

    Robert Brooke

    There are many dates that will live in infamy. The 10th June, 1944 seems destined to be one. In the months prior to D-Day, a young lieutenant is sent home to France to help coordinate the activities of the local Resistance groups in the central regions around Limoges. When the invasion occurs, a French Resistance group spontaneously rises up against the Nazi occupiers. One SS Regiment d

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  • Of German Blood

    A.A. Gilbertsen

    When the British Government confirmed Winston Churchill as their new Prime Minister, on May 10th, 1940, Adolph Hitler's hopes of avoiding war on two fronts were finally dashed. To complete Germany's western defenses, invasions of neutral nations including The Netherlands, Denmark and Norway were launched. For the people of The Netherlands, who had remained steadfastly neutral throughout the First

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  • The Original - World at War

    Dennis Hunt

    It is the 12th century, and the world is a dangerous place. The Khan with the Golden Horde are marching through village after village, killing their way across Asia and into Europe. There are empires such as the Ottoman and Holy Roman Empires seeking to expand their influence and there are ruthless leaders suppressing their people with utter brutality. Whether you are a little person or a powerful person, i

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  • The Painted Coat - Light Bob

    Colin MacIver

    Light Bob is the story of a British regular soldier, Adam Truworthy, serving in 18th-century America. He is a Light Bob because, for forest warfare, his hair is cropped, his coat is shortened, and his equipment adapted. Before this, he fights under Braddock on the Monongahela and Abercromby at Ticonderoga. When he joins the Lights, his luck improves. After the successful relief of Fort Pitt, he is sent by C

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  • The Painted Coat: Lobster Back

    Colin MacIver

    The Painted Coat is the story of an 18th century volunteer soldier, Adam Truworthy. In Lobster Back, Adam volunteers as a redcoat; he serves in Scotland, fighting at Culloden, and joins in the pacification of the Glens. Transferred to the Continent, his regiment fights at the botched battle of Laufeldt. After a successful struggle with small pox, Truworthy, now a sergeant major, does po

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