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Historical Fiction

  • Aubrey

    Mariel Gates

    Aubrey gives an intimate look at the world of Division I athletics and a woman's experience with trauma and mental health issues at the Division I level. Mariel Gates renders this harrowing and trying world in an honest and beautifully tragic narrative. The main protagonist, Aubrey, is a runner at an elite university. She is trying to maintain her place on the team, the right body shape for a distance runner,

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  • The Scots of Dalriada

    Rowena Kinread

    THREE BROTHERS Fergus, Loarn and Angus, Princes of the Dalriada, are forced into exile by their scheming half-brother and the druidess Birga One-tooth. THREE FATES Fergus conceals himself as a stable lad on Aran and falls helplessly in love with a Scottish princess, already promised to someone else. Loarn crosses swords against the Picts. Angus designs longboats. TOGETHER A MIGHTY POWER

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  • Tomorrow Would be a Good Day Today

    Mike Musgrave

    Errol Cosgrave is a self-taught design draftsman. This is his story: how he is defrauded out of his own business; how his wife deserts him and his four children; and how he rebuilds his life and a successful career in major civil and structural engineering projects after an emotionally raw custody hearing.

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  • Terrestrial Shadows

    Dr Jackie Ferris

    Moses never existed. Nefertiti led her people out of Egypt. These shocking secrets were uncovered by Jazz and Francisco in The Ghost Reapers. A stunned world held their breath, until the Vatican and other super-powers regrouped. Branded as cyber-terrorists out to destabilise the world, they were quickly discredited. But there was no denying that the ancient Egyptians, the first true masters of spin, were th

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  • The Ceremonious House

    Elizabeth Cottrell

    In 1966 when Aulis Price leaves her Welsh home and her teaching job to marry Staffordshire farmer Martin Peverell, she looks forward eagerly to her new life at Abbotshall, the beautiful Georgian farmhouse which is the Peverell family home. Aulis takes as her role model Martin's elegant and competent mother, Mollie. But the young bride soon finds that Abbotshall and Mollie are not all that they seem. Beh

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  • A Breed Apart

    Neil Robin

    This book is based on events in the life of the author's grandfather, Ted Robin, from just before the start of WW1 until just after the end of WW2. While based on experiences of its main character, it is not intended to be an accurate historical record - but rather a story of joy and despair on both sides of the Atlantic during this significant period in history. It follows Ted's early years

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  • BATTLEFLEET AND EMPIRE

    Kevin Wraight

    Known as the senior service, the Royal Navy is the oldest military organisation of the United Kingdom. Its traditions date back centuries, as do her battle honours and in this book we chart not just the evolution of the Royal Navy but also its pivotal part in developing the British Empire. This work will show how the Royal Navy started as a humble collection of ships to become the unequalled master of the seas for

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  • In the Footsteps of Longshanks (The Places and People of Edward I)

    Brian Dingle

    Edward I ‘Longshanks' was one of the most influential of the medieval kings. During his reign, he went on crusade to the Holy Land, suppressed the baron-led uprisings culminating in the defeat of Simon de Montford at the Battle of Evesham, and led military campaigns against the Welsh, the French, and the Scots. Following his conquest of Wales, Edward I was determined to demonstrate his military st

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  • A Courageous Breed

    B. E. Turner

    The meeting of two young people, one from Wales and the other from North Yorkshire, led to the start of a family of three children. The life of the children changed on the death of their parents, which led to their wider family caring for them. The children grew up to become involved in the First World War and ultimately their children and close family in the Second World War. The first part of the twent

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  • Pursuit of Paradise

    Thomas N. Smith

    This is the story of an East Texas farm boy, the war in the Pacific, and love. Based on true events, Red Smith leaves his farm, experiences the horrors of war, and returns a man, wanting only to go back to work on the farm. His pursuit of paradise takes him into brutal combat in the dark, steamy Philippine jungles and leads him back home to his dream girl, Juliette Hamilton. The story begins on an East T

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  • Mountjoy: To Catch a Spy

    Graham Lowe

    Can First Lieutenant Sylvian Mountjoy endure the swells of waves, torrents of rain and cannon fire that have been placed upon them by the French, just to find out that Nathaniel Billings has once again entered his life, with the horrific abduction of his wife, Mary? For the many altercations to follow, Sylvian, now a captain, will complement his own ship for the explorations to follow in wars he has no c

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  • Through Every Bitter Season

    Robert Rice

    What would you do for love? How many lives would you sacrifice? These are the questions that Lancelot has to answer. In the complex, often brutal, world of Arthurian legend, where women are seen as little more than objects, we find the object of his love - Guenevere, a spirited intelligent princess and priestess of the "heathen" Pictish race. In the hands of a master storyteller this gripping tale of the

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