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Historical Fiction

  • Trial by Dragon Fire

    Phil Harris

    In the year 1294 during the Welsh uprisings under King Edward 1, the teenaged orphan, Perkin Trueblood, was set for a quiet life in Basingwerk Abbey. But everything changed when he was chosen to undertake a crucial mission on behalf of the most famous wizard of them all; to steal the magical Torc of Belenus and return it to its rightful owner in England. Unaware of the terrible risks this would involve, Perkin soo

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  • Baltimore Book 2

    Tony Bryan

    It is the mid 1700s... when the British, the Dutch and the French seem forever at loggerheads, flitting in and out of wars and political stalemates. Young Irishman, Daemon Quirk, having abandoned all hope of finding enslaved lover, Kirsten, finds himself beholden to British adventurer, Captain John Standing. Daemon accepts the offer of a role aboard a slave ship bound for the Caribbean.

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  • The MM Diamond

    Perry Samarkandi

    THE MM DIAMOND BOOK 1   A brutal Russian tale, a love story for the century.   A love story that will steal your heart forever.   An historical romance based on facts and an historical adventure you cannot miss.

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  • The Gnarled Stick

    Charles Tucker

    To an onlooker it appeared to be just a gnarled old stick. That is until it vibrated when it neared an old manor or priory site, releasing centuries old vibes stored in the stones. To Henri Lefevre, an imaginative savant student in Paris, the Bayeaux Tapestry came alive. He believed he could achieve his dream to re-enact history, appreciating the help of the divine powers of the gnarled old stick that tr

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  • Threads of Steel

    Hettie Aston

    Threads of Steel is the tale of Bettina Dawson, a young girl who, having just attended her mother's funeral, is at the mercy of her work-shy, drunken, shiftless step-father and his cruel, mean-spirited mother. In 1931 Great Britain was still suffering the impact of the Great Depression and it was a difficult time for a fifteen year old girl and her three younger siblings to be bereft

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  • London Burning

    Geoffrey Blackstone

    The Blitz began in September 1940. Night after night the Luftwaffe bombed London, with the docks their main target. Over 500 fire fighters lost their lives in the struggle to put out the fires. The London Fire Brigade was hugely augmented by the recruitment of the Auxiliary Fire Service at the start of the war. In this story, Janet Carew- Finch is sent by her mother from her grand house in Norfolk to do her bit.

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  • The Decision

    Gillian Thornhill

    Based on the true events of pre World War 2, this novel relates a heartbreaking decision and its consequences.

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  • How to Succeed as Dictator

    John J. Mulhall

    The Dictator holds both a fascination and a revulsion for humanity. He - and the dictator must be male - commands a place in society that few democratically elected leaders can attain. He gets his picture on the front pages of influential magazines. He can murder his own people and get away with the crime. He can enrich himself on the backs of his people, and not only get away with the theft, but find that they tu

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  • Marjorie Harlington

    Ian Clarke

    Cooper Ryland is second mate on the cargo ship, Marjorie Harlington, in Avonmouth loading for Bombay. He is surprised to learn that their ship owner, Sir Felix Harlington, will be sailing with them, bringing with him a party that includes his secretary and a chef, neither of whom are what they seem.   Sir Felix also brings valuable goods on board, including a painting with a black and torm

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  • Five Years on Pelion, Ten Years at Troy

    Will Roberts

    Minor Greek heroes, Epistrophus and Schedius, are left behind by their father when he goes with Jason and the Argonauts who are setting sail in search of the Golden Fleece. The two young heroes are left in a beautiful part of Greece called Pelion. They are under the guidance of Cheiron, who teaches them about many of the legendary Greek heroes. He tells stories of their bravery, their triumphs and their failures.

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  • Turncoat

    Colin MacIver

    Struggling writer, Daniel Baker, grandson of the great Daniel Defoe, wants to make his mark by unravelling the mystery behind the disastrous collapse of plans for a second descent on Britain by Bonnie Prince Charlie following his failed 1745 campaign. This later debacle ended Stuart hopes of controlling British destiny and hastened Charles' decline into drunkenness and sexual dissipation.  

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  • Cry Quietly

    Mike Musgrave

    An enthralling tale set in wartime Australia, Cry Quietly is a story that will keep you turning the pages until the very end. A tale of romance, fulfilment, violence and dark secrets, we follow Rita, a member of the WRAAF who falls for Tom, the man she ultimately marries.   But married life isn't the happy time Rita was hoping for, and it soon becomes more about stru

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