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Historical Fiction

  • Captain's Fancy

    Anthony David

    The Captain's Fancy is set during four tumultuous decades in the middle of the twentieth century, a time when ordinary people did extraordinary things and heroes were marked by their deeds. Lives were framed by experiences and loves were lost due to circumstances beyond their control. George and Robbie Burgess enlisted to fight for Britain in WW2 from their colonial outpost. Their paths

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  • The Hawk Legacy

    Andrew Langley

    All families have secrets... but Jax's family may hold the clues to a lost fortune. Disabled veteran Jack ‘Jax' Brett is a broken man after leaving the army. A clue left by his late grandfather gives him new purpose - uncovering long-lost family links to an ancestor who fought in the Jacobite Rising of 1745 and whose experience of war was similar to his own. Digging deeper into his family&#

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  • Our Em Volume IV My Em

    Wilfred Summers

    In this fourth and last volume of Our Em, the finely woven loose ends of the previous three are tied up, mostly in unpredictable ways. Em has made her way to London, but how will she and Freddie, two strangers, be able to set up house and provide a home for his sisters? With her real aim being a home in Liverpool, will Freddie be able to adapt to repeated interruptions in both his w

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  • Iron Pants

    Elaine Meyers

    Iron was in her blood and made her orphan-strong. No one could take her family without a battle. When her mother died, Josephine heard a new voice. She called this voice Iron Pants. Set in rural Appalachia, the Duke sisters are orphaned when tuberculosis takes their mother's life. When adults separate the sisters, two for adoption and two for an orphanage, ten-year-old Josephine finds her&nb

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  • Baltimore Book 3

    Tony Bryan

    Van Eyck was feeling his age and wanted a man to marry his daughter and take-over the plantation. He was certain former sea captain Dieter Van Ghal was the man for the job. If only Gertrude would forget that Irish adventurer, Daemon Quirk! Gertrude believed herself quite capable of running things and was in no rush to marry. The future of the plantation was all that mattered, or was it? What did fate hav

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  • Tanderum: A walk through time and culture at the crossroads of Australia history

    Garry Egger and Bob Morgan

    Tanderum is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘permission to pass through country'. The failure to recognise this by British colonialists speaks to the ongoing struggle of Australia's First Peoples, which exists to this day. In 1788, the Sydney Cove, a coastal trader from India carrying alcohol and other necessities of life for the new settlers in Sydney, foundered on a remote island off Tasmania.

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  • Cashmir

    Mehrish Khan

    The year is 1959, and in post-Partition Pakistan, schoolboy Riyaaz dreams only of cricket and his late Abu, or father. His best friend Sabih, however, is an Indian, and therefore classed as inferior. What was it like during this time when there were two nationalities at war? Where there were two religions at war? And lastly... two people at war. The purpose of a war is to bring about peace but will there ever be p

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  • Esther’s Journey

    Beverley Latimer

    Isaac and Esther Barak, a young, beautiful, and talented couple, are living in the south of France when World War Two begins. They have everything to live for: fame, a loving marriage, a beautiful home, and two young children. As Jews, Isaac and Esther are targeted; their fame and their money cannot save them. In an attempt to try and save the lives of their young children, Isaac turns to a close

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  • The Man Who Flew the Amerika Bomber 

    John Fuller Ryan

    The Man Who Flew the Amerika Bomber is a military-historical thriller, based on actual events of World War II, as experienced by a progressively disillusioned Luftwaffe pilot. The action moves across the entire landscape of the war in Europe, relating the experiences of Max von Waldberg, an aristocratic Austrian aviator drafted to fly for Germany after the Nazis annexed Austria. Treachery,

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  • War at Sea

    Kevin Wraight

    War at Sea is a study of world changing battles at sea. The reader will be taken on an exciting and informative journey of discovery as to how naval warfare has developed over the past two thousand years and above all how certain battles have changed history and influenced the world in which we live today. A thorough background of the conflicts in which the battles take place will allow the reliving

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  • 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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