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Historical Fiction

  • The Painted Coat: Lobster Back

    Colin MacIver

    The Painted Coat is the story of an 18th century volunteer soldier, Adam Truworthy. In Lobster Back, Adam volunteers as a redcoat; he serves in Scotland, fighting at Culloden, and joins in the pacification of the Glens. Transferred to the Continent, his regiment fights at the botched battle of Laufeldt. After a successful struggle with small pox, Truworthy, now a sergeant major, does po

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  • Slave to Ariconium

    Alan M. Keef

    After being taken on an arduous journey from Rome, a young slave called Marcus finds himself in the furthest reaches of the Empire, Britannia. Saved from working in an iron-ore mine by his unusual ability to read and write, he gains the trust and protection of one who has the power to help his situation. As he rises from a slave in the mine, to messenger, to manager of a mine and beyond, Marcus's quick thinkin

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  • With Clouds Descending

    David Lowe

    Set in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, With Clouds Descending is the story of the Low family told by a priest who himself is part of the Low clan, and presented as if he were the rector of Ampthill. This semi-autobiographical book is set 130 years in the past and is mainly based on real events. However there is also a smattering of artistic licence throughout the book. The often amusing and so

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  • Gifts Given: Journey to Freedom

    Colin Vincent

    Alaun, his family and his community are living peacefully in an ancient Roman villa. They rear horses and keep dogs and have a close relationship with both. After a period of peace that has lasted many decades, rumours have sprung up about potential unrest. The community, led by Alaun and his sister, begin to make plans to move to the south west, which they believe will be safer for them. Meanwhile, two fri

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  • The Adventure Galley Volume 1: Captain Morgan's Treasure

    Marie-Helene Therrien and Steve Garvie

    In 1674, Captain Kidd aboard the Adventure Galley, narrowly escaped the attack of Captain Henry Morgan, a privateer who returned to the Caribbean after a few years of captivity in England, at the request of the Queen of Spain, for storming Panama City with more than 1,000 men. Henry Morgan, a poor navigator but an excellent strategist, had a reputation for being the cruelest pirate of his time, but Charles II, Kin

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  • Shadow Of Kamakura

    Dilesh Jagdish

    I was once a samurai who upheld the tenets of my creed, bushido, a code of honour that I lived by. Betrayed by the samurais I once called brothers and inducted into a ninja clan as a fully-fledged shinobi, I forged myself a new path in life. Armed with the courage of a samurai and the cunning of a shinobi, I learnt a plethora of new skills and honed my existing ones, both physical and mental.

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  • Curse of the Raven

    Omer M Shurkian

    In 1821, the Turkish viceroy in Egypt invaded Sudan to exploit the country's natural and human resources. The Turkish Governor of Kordofan Province engaged in barbaric campaigns to enslave the ethnic Nuba in the province. Tragically enough, two young sisters were snatched from their family home in the heart of the Nuba Mountains and trekked to the provincial capital, al-Obeid; their treacherous journey ended u

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  • Purple Velvet Slippers

    Karen Miller

    Is it possible for people who have known each other in one life to be brought together again in another? Why is it that we feel an immediate closeness to some, and little for others? Anne Byron is serving her sentence in a prison cell in Louisiana in the late 1800s. Shift to present day New York City, in a run-down apartment occupied by Meredith Meyer, an unfulfilled publisher. As the story unfolds through spiritu

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  • The Dare

    Anabelle Leigh

    This is both a love story and the tale of a woman's struggle for independence. Exiled to a desolate London mansion, Charlotte adopts an assumed name and earns her living as an author of poems. She is one of the few women who dare to leave their husbands, one of the first women to state their political views firmly and fearlessly. She is unafraid to be censured; she challenges strict British society rules and e

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  • 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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