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  • Hearts Set Free

    Elaine Blick

    Grant and Debra are renovating their country cottage when they find a packet of love letters that have lain hidden behind a fireplace for over two hundred years. Debra reads them and learns the secrets of Clara, a woman married to a slave-owner in Bristol, living on the wealth of his sugar plantation in Jamaica. In the late eighteenth century there is an outcry in England against slavery in the B

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  • Saint Robert and the Devil

    Geoff Martin

    After the disaster that was Bannockburn, the English army returns home in disarray, running southwards on land and sea, fleeing the triumphant Robert the Bruce. However, one man decides to go north, into the jaws of the Scottish horde. Young squire Richard de Mauville is on a mission: to find and return the body of his beloved knight and mentor to his home and then to fight on. Strange, then, that it will b

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  • Rosalia

    Amin Mirza

    Ill-fated Rosalia is born on the very first day the Nazis came to power in Germany in 1933. This story charts that path of the impoverished Hungarian Gypsy girl from birth to her lonely death, as turbulent events beyond her control take over her life and the world around her. Rosalia is thrust from misery to tragedy, glimpsing touching moments of humanity along the way. In a compelling tale which spans continents,

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  • Return to Courtland Towers

    Valentine Jones

    Tom Tremayne and his Aborigine ‘brother', Star Boy, uncover the truth about Thomas' background and find a fortune at the same time. They travel from Australia to England to set the record straight and to exact revenge upon those who stole his heritage.

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  • Remember Oradour

    Elizabeth Thérèse Thomas

    The village of Oradour-sur-Glane is etched into the memory of every French soul. It was a pretty, vibrant town at the beginning of the Second World War, filled with people who went about their business and pleasure with the thought only of enjoying the life they had been given. Romances blossomed, babies were born, friendships were forged, until one bright, summer day, war descended on them with a vengeance

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  • Willelm D'Anville

    C.M. Bryden

    The reality of the French Revolution comes home to Willelm D'Anville, the only son of the Marquis D'Anville and his wife Angeline. He learns they have been captured and taken to La Force, a notorious prison in Paris from which there will be no return. Fortune smiled on Willelm for he was not at home the day they were taken. Is it his destiny to be saved from the guillotine? If so, for what purpose?

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  • We The Great Are Misthought

    S.F. Chandler

    30 BC, Queen Cleopatra is dead and Egypt is now under the rule of Imperator Octavian of Rome. Harbouring vengeance for not killing her himself, Octavian seeks his revenge on Cleopatra's orphaned children. Young Selene is captured in an attempt to escape and enslaved to Octavian. In Rome's world of political intrigue and exploitation, the Egyptian princess is thrown into sudden adulthood, where he

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  • Before The Darkness

    Annette Creswell

    In pre-World War Two London, Penny works as a maternity nurse at the Royal Women's Hospital. Happy in her work and with two really good friends and several doctor suitors, little does she realise how her life will be changed by a chance lunch-time encounter. Who is the ruggedly handsome man who helps her? And how will their lives entwine as the war clouds gather?

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  • The Return Of Agamemnon

    Suleiman Olimat

    When Agamemnon won his war with Troy and secured the release of Helen, he was on top of the world. But his kingdom has been usurped, and he now has to go to great lengths to try to win it back. Feeling on top of the world is now no longer enough; he needs to go further, by attempting to obtain help from the celestial bodies, starting with the mighty Saturn...

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  • The Absolution Of Otto Finkel

    John R McKay

    Brittany: in the summer of 1928, twelve-year-old Jack Graham and his brother Francis befriend the quiet German, Otto Finkel and together with the enigmatic Jean-Luc and virtuous Marco, they are involved in a serious case of misadventure that leaves a man dead and one of the boys disfigured.   The memories for most of them fade with time but for Otto, the mental scarring matches the physica

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  • The Fat Man and His Toad

    Wendy Gill

    Harriett's marriage to Lord Planter does not have an auspicious start. Planter is tricked into marriage by Harriett's stepfather and Harriett is beaten into submission by her stepfather and stepbrother – or 'The Fat Man and His Toad' as she calls them. The bullying pair hope this marriage will reap them financial rewards at the expense of Planter. However, Harriett is d

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  • Guthlac Of Crowland

    Peter Jeevar

    After discovering the remains of Crowland Abbey deep in the fens by chance, Peter Jeevar was fascinated and determined to find out more about Crowland and its saint. Not finding much in the way of written documentation, the author has used his imagination to weave those facts that he did find into this story of the life and death of Saint Guthlac of Crowland – soldier, hermit and saint

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