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Death In The Forest

by Jeremy Potter

First published in 1977, Death in the Forest is a crime novel with an historical background. It is set in England in the years following the Norman conquest. To make his New Forest a hunting preserve, William...


A Trail of Blood

by Jeremy Potter

In 1536, the murder of the princes in the Tower is still within living memory . . .

Brother Thomas of Croyland Abbey has an urgent mission - to find a new king and perhaps save the great abbeys of England from...


Corroboree

by Graham Masterton

First published in 1984, this is the story of how when Englishman Eyre Walker, newly arrived in Australia, meets the beautiful Charlotte Lindsay, romance quickly blossoms. But theirs is a relationship with fatal...


BR Disgrace And Favour

by Jeremy Potter

First published in 1975, Disgrace and Favour is a novel of life on the Border in the dying years of Elizabeth I's reign and of intrigue and immorality at the court of King James. It is the story of the Queen's...


A Spell For Old Bones

by Eric Linklater

"When the giants fell, old bones revived" - there is the rubric for Eric Linklater's new story, first published in 1949. There may be no historical foundation for his tale of a fantastic war, in the First century...


Daughters of War

by Hilary Green

A thrilling and passionate World War I saga - The year is 1912, and Britain is gripped by fear of war with Germany. Intelligent, headstrong Leonora Malham Brown feels stifled by her middle-class upbringing,...


The Memory of Scent: Art and Murder in 19th Century Paris

by Lisa Burkitt

"Henri is a bit of a night owl. I like him. I think his insecurities make him comfortable to be around and he is instantly recognisable - this little bearded man with the bulbous nose and checked trousers. And...


Wife to the Bastard

by Hilda Lewis

Matilda of Flanders, queen to William the Conqueror was beautiful, exquisitely small, clever, with a perfect courtesy trained in the rigid school of medieval manners. But within lay a root of darkness - inheritance,...


Harlot Queen

by Hilda Lewis

Isabella of France was proud to be wed to the handsome Edward II of England, but her joy soon turned to rancour, for Piers Gaveston, an egotistical and mercenary courtier, usurped her husband's bed. No woman...


Emeralds Never Fade

by Stephen Maitland-Lewis

Before World War II, two German boys enjoy playing piano, and one visits each week to teach the other. When the Nazis seize power, the lessons must end -- one of the boys is Jewish. Leo Bergner, the Jewish pupil,...


The Dawn Country

by Kathleen O'Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

The epic tale that began in People of the Longhouse continues in this second book of the thrilling new Iroquois quartet by bestselling authors and archaeologists Kathleen O’Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear.

War...


Kate Emerson's Secrets of the Tudor Court Boxed Set: The Pleasure Palace, Between Two Queens, and By Royal Decree, with an excerpt from At the King's

by Kate Emerson

The first three titles of Kate Emerson's captivating and well-reviewed historical fiction series, Secrets of the Tudor Court, now available in an eBook box set.

Whether reliving or experiencing for the first...


The Scottish Prisoner: A Novel

Lord John series #8

by Diana Gabaldon

Includes a preview of the new novel in the Outlander series.

London, 1760. For Jamie Fraser, paroled prisoner-of-war in the remote Lake District, life could be worse: He’s not cutting sugar cane in the West...


Queen of America: A Novel

by Luis Alberto Urrea

At turns heartbreaking, uplifting, fiercely romantic, and riotously funny, QUEEN OF AMERICA tells the unforgettable story of a young woman coming of age and finding her place in a new world. Beginning where...


Cluny Cross: A Mad Medieval Tale

by Mark Blackham

The year is 1089, a time when Muslim armies rule the Mediterranean Sea and dare to threaten the shores of southern France. Anxious Christians, fearing the end of days, plot to join forces in the defense of Christendom....


Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind

by Alexandra Ripley & Mitchell Stephens

The timeless tale continues... The most popular and beloved American historical novel ever written, Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind is unparalleled in its portrayal of men and women at once larger than...


Pedigree

by Georges Simenon, Robert Baldick & Luc Sante

Pedigree is Georges Simenon’s longest, most unlikely, and most adventurous novel, the book that is increasingly seen to lie at the heart of his outsize achievement as a chronicler of modern self and society....


The Devil's Pope

by Adrian Lumenti

"There will be the devil to pay ... but what price will he demand?" It's the year 999, and as the first millennium draws to a close, many people throughout Europe are convinced that the world is going to end...


The Devil's Garden: Love and War in Singapore Under the Japanese Flag

by Nigel Barley

In 1942 Japanese-occupied Singapore, where violence and starvation stalk the streets, a bizarre tranquillity reigns between warring nations in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. This sensitive and humorous work...


The Three Edwards

The Platagenets #3

by Thomas B. Costain

THE THREE EDWARDS, third in Thomas B. Costain's survey of Britain under the Plantagenets, covers the years between 1272 and 1377 when three Edwards ruled England. Edward I brought England out of the Middle Ages....