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Historical Fiction

  • A Man of No Substance

    Dena Scott

    In the aftermath of the Second World War, life resumes and new dramas begin. It's 1945 and, Lenny, a handsome RAF pilot, starts to rebuild his life. He marries his sweetheart, Olivia, and starts a new business, but it's not long before his notorious flirtatious ways resurface and he becomes involved with other acquaintances. Setting up separate homes with his unsuspecting women, he jugg

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  • OUR EM Volume III Their Em

    Wilfred Summers

    Em and George have already experienced many twists and turns in their relationship, which is now complicated by renewed contact with Em's family. Where will Em's loyalties lie, with her widowed father or Lady Marbury? How will her response to this, and to another emotional involvement, affect her dream of providing a home for her children? Will the twins, now participating in the story alo

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  • The Harp. An Chlairseach

    Danielle Finnegan

    Donegal, 1850 In the northwest of Ireland, Caragh lives in this harsh land, impoverished and empty after the famine. She confronts the gruelling physical work, the sea storms and the ever-looming deaths with grim determination. An old harp opens up new paths of discovery and freedom... But an old woman, overwhelmed with grief, puts a curse on the harbour. A beautiful, perceptive tale,

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  • Relique of the Sunken Day

    Teddy James

    On August 29th 1949, at seven a.m. local time, the Soviet Union successfully detonated its first atomic device and in so doing, drew itself level with the Americans and supercharged the Cold War. The tests were carried out at Semipalatinsk in what is now Kazakhstan. This is a fictional story based on that true event. As the mushroom clouds continued to block out the Kazakh sun, Yani Chernenko, witness and collabor

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  • Wing Commander: D-Day: Halcyon is Confirmed!

    C.S. McLean

    England, June 1944. Frank Banner has had a long war. Flying his first B-17 mission as a major in August '42, by the end of '43, he's survived over forty missions, has a chest full of medals - including three Purple Hearts - and has steadily risen in rank and position. Now the long awaited invasion of France is just days away, and Major General Banner, commanding the First Combat Bomb Wing, Fi

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  • Gemini Complex The Cabal

    C A MacRae

    Six hundred and fifty years after the final demise of the Cathars and Knights Templar, a murder and a series of suspicious deaths of the clergy are linked to an innocent farm girl starting her first day as a maid in Chandringham, the stately home in England in 1918. She's thrust into the upper echelons of society and told to immerse herself in the life of the aristocracy, presented as Lady Mary Tavistock. She

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  • Mountjoy: The Reluctant Recruit

    Graham Lowe

    Sylvian Mountjoy was one of those rare breeds of men who was quite happy in life and found very little to complain about. When he is pressed into service against his will and awakes bound in a ship with no idea where he is headed, he panics. What will happen to Mary, his wife? Will he ever see her again? As a clerk, he shouldn't be here, it was not allowed to happen! Meanwhile, Mary learns th

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  • In Our Darkest Hour

    Ron Wilkinson

    World War II is in full swing, and Captain Alan Lee and the crew of the cruiser Preston are on the front line. Escorting convoys of troops and precious cargo, Preston is called upon. Facing the wrath of the enemy air force, relentless air raids and the stealth of the U-boats, Preston and her crew never waver from their orders - always pushing on. D

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  • Our Em Volume II Major Em

    Wilfred Summers

    Em and George's romance led to their marriage and to the birth of their twin boys, but their choices have brought challenges and consequences that continue to direct the course of their lives as the story unfolds. As World War II continues Em's ‘military' role diminishes, and she makes some significant choices, but where will they take her? Can George settle into family life -

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  • The Lost Summer

    Paul Jenkins

    In the summer of 1914, Michael Davies, a young student, joins his friend Richard on a visit to the home of Richard's family friend, Madame de Vallespir, in Banyuls sur Mer in the shadow of the Pyrenees. During the idyllic weeks of the last summer of peace, Michael meets and falls in love with Lisette Le Clerc, a friend of the de Vallespirs. Their relationship is symbolised by a portrait of Michael which Lisett

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  • The Venetian Crusader

    Paul Quinn

    A novel of manipulation, greed and revenge - the incredible story behind the wealth and beauty of Venice. Venice 1201 AD The body of a French spy floats down the canal, his throat slit, as his masters prepare for a journey that will determine their destiny, in this life and the next. Having answered the pope's call to take back the Holy Land, they are for

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  • Nameless

    Alana Mackay

    By all accounts, Elena and her sister live a happy childhood. Their father is compassionate and well respected, and protects them from the evils of the world around them. After a fateful trip to Moscow, the Czar sends her father to fight in the war, and Elena is promised in marriage to the son of their evil neighbour. Although she does her duty and tries to do what's right, her world begins to crumble around h

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