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Historical Fiction

  • 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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  • Purge

    Neil K. Wootton

    In an age of superstition, can reason find the truth? It is 1645 and England is at war with itself. Whilst the forces of parliament and the king fight for supremacy, another terror stalks the fenlands of England. This is the age of the witch-finders. When a rich widow is accused of witchcraft, Sir Richard Easeby - lawyer and rationalist - is called to defend her. As he peels away the layers of

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  • The Mystery of the Hatbox

    Michel Bonnefis

    A thrilling rags to riches story set in Paris around 1910, when ‘Apache' gangs controlled their territories, always ready to strike. While life in the Bastille district is rough and tough, friendship and solidarity, love and sacrifice can prevail. A destitute orphan, Justin, flees from his brutal gangster uncle and finds refuge with a former boxer, Jules, and his stalwart companions, Bougnat, Toubib and

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  • Battle Ensign

    Thomas E. Lightburn

    Lieutenant Commander Hugh Manley, and the crew of HMS Helix, endure perilous voyages in service on the Royal Navy, during World War Two. During a spell of leave, he meets Laura, and instantly falls in love. However, duty must come first, and as he once more sets sail, the thought of returning to Laura keeps his spirits lifted. When tragedy strikes at home, Hugh must persevere as his ship is sent on the risky and t

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  • The Wyvern Ring

    William Francis

    England in 1360. The Pestilence is killing thousands, undermining the authority of Church and king. Cemeteries are full, burial pits overflowing. Prayers beseeching God's mercy, remain unanswered. Unceasing horror... But there is worse to come. More deaths and increasingly brutal murders. When Bishop of Hereford, John Trilleck, is beheaded, Pope Innocent sends Cardinal Beyssac and his companions to H

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  • Our Em: His Em

    Wilfred Summers

    When Emily - Our Em - meets George, romance blossoms. The story of their relationship is set against the backdrop of World War II and the post-war years, and Em's world is turned upside down in both her personal life and her working life. Em and George are faced with choices and challenges, and the consequences of their individual decisions will continue to direct the course of their lives a

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  • The Last One Hundred Years

    Grant Nichol

    The Last One Hundred Years International in scope, this book covers all the years since before World War I, both for their history as well as their human endeavours, completely updated and often surprising. It includes:   At least 2,500 major world events from the horrors of ‘the war to end all wars' to the tragedy of the COVID- 19 global pandemic from

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  • Belisarius: Military Master of The West

    Peter Keating

    Success breeds enemies. Constantinople, 533. Emperor Justinian charges General Belisarius with a mission, to bring Vandal held North Africa back into the imperial fold. Set in the Golden Age of Byzantium, this is Belisarius' account of his early life in Middle Dacia, his rise through the ranks of the Roman army, epic battles with the Persians and the fight for control of lost Mediterranean

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