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Historical Fiction

  • 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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  • A Nation in Ruins

    Neil McLocklin

    In the seventeenth century, Sir John and Lady Mary Bankes, the well-respected Royalist owners of Corffe Castell in Dorsetshire, face the horrific prospect of civil war, instigated by Parliamentarian opponents of Charles I, who has angered his subjects by dissolving the government with the aim of ruling ‘by decree'. The nation is divided and friends turn against friends in the growing threat of deadly con

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  • Templars Twain

    John Walker

    In year 1307, King Philippe IV decided to crush the Knights Templar, the Christian military order so prominent in medieval society. Officially, it was to rid France of heresy and devil worshippers; those in the king's inner circle, however, knew Philippe, deep in debt, wanted to lay claim to the Templars' vast wealth. The young Templar Michel Jouhé and his senior commander managed to flee the

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  • The Buccaneer

    Ada R Thomas

    In this maritime tale of high adventure, courage and love, we follow Aaron and his friend Rigo as they join Captain Morgan's pirate ship after fleeing the authorities in England, having been caught smuggling. On a following ship are two stowaways, Miles and Fanny Speybury, who are children of the local squire. None of these people know what awaits them as they find love and lose it, make firm friends

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  • Captain's Fancy

    Anthony David

    The Captain's Fancy is set during four tumultuous decades in the middle of the twentieth century, a time when ordinary people did extraordinary things and heroes were marked by their deeds. Lives were framed by experiences and loves were lost due to circumstances beyond their control. George and Robbie Burgess enlisted to fight for Britain in WW2 from their colonial outpost. Their paths

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  • The Hawk Legacy

    Andrew Langley

    All families have secrets... but Jax's family may hold the clues to a lost fortune. Disabled veteran Jack ‘Jax' Brett is a broken man after leaving the army. A clue left by his late grandfather gives him new purpose - uncovering long-lost family links to an ancestor who fought in the Jacobite Rising of 1745 and whose experience of war was similar to his own. Digging deeper into his family&#

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  • Our Em Volume IV My Em

    Wilfred Summers

    In this fourth and last volume of Our Em, the finely woven loose ends of the previous three are tied up, mostly in unpredictable ways. Em has made her way to London, but how will she and Freddie, two strangers, be able to set up house and provide a home for his sisters? With her real aim being a home in Liverpool, will Freddie be able to adapt to repeated interruptions in both his w

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