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Snow

by Ellen Mattson & Sarah Death

'The sky was now a block of darkness, punctured only by driving snow. The stars had gone out, the king was dead. And the wound on his arm refused to heal.' So begins Snow, the first novel by Ellen Mattson to...


The Kavkas Trilogy

by M. I. Quandour

A son of Emigre Kabardans searching for his roots tells the story of his Circassian nation in compelling and colourful style, blending historical events with family legends. The Kavkas Trilogy '...is timely....


The Sheen on the Silk: A Novel

by Anne Perry

BONUS: This edition contains excerpts from Anne Perry's Treason at Lisson Grove and Execution Dock.

Arriving in Constantinople in 1273, Anna Zarides vows to prove the innocence of her twin brother, Justinian,...


Balthasar's Odyssey

by Amin Maalouf

There are ninety-nine names for God in the Koran, is it possible that there is a secret one-hundredth name?

In this tale of magic and mystery, of love and danger, Balthasar's ultimate quest is to find the secret...


The White

by Deborah Larsen

In 1758, when Mary Jemison is about sixteen, a Shawnee raiding party captures her Irish family near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Mary is the only one not killed and scalped. She is instead given to two Seneca sisters...


The Rope Eater

by Ben Jones

When Brendan Kane accepts a stranger’s offer of work--two years on a ship departing the following morning--the nature of the journey isn't divulged. It matters not, though, for Kane is directionless himself,...


The Morning Tide

by Audrey Howard

Liverpool, 1921. It was the year lively Kate Fowler rebelled against working in her hated father's chip shop and, with her gentle sister Jenny, left his brutal house forever. For this was the Jazz Age - and...


The Game of Opposites: A Novel

by Norman Lebrecht

In an unnamed country at the end of a world war, Paul Miller escapes from a labor camp, collapsing after a few hundred feet. Taken in by a young woman he learns to love, Paul decides to stay where he is, and,...


A Nurse's Duty

by Maggie Hope

Torn between love and duty...

Following a disastrous marriage to a miner, Karen has devoted herself to a nursing career. Rising to the challenge of caring for the wounded soldiers returning home from the Great...


By Fire, By Water

by Mitchell James Kaplan

Recipient of the Independent Publishers Award for Historical Fiction (Gold Medal), the Foreword Book of the Year Award for Historical Fiction (Bronze Medal), and an honorable mention in the category of General...


The Last Caesar

Aulus Caecina Severus #1

by Henry Venmore-Rowland

AD 68. The tyrant emperor Nero has no son and no heir.

Suddenly there's the very real possibility that Rome might become a republic once more. But the ambitions of a few are about to bring corruption, chaos...


Keep Smiling Through

by Ellie Dean

June 1940. Despite losing her mother at a young age and her father away on important war work, seventeen-year-old Rita Smith has plenty of people to turn to in the close-knit community of Cliffhaven. Until Italy...


The King's Spy

Thomas Hill Trilogy #1

by Andrew Swanston

Summer, 1643

England is at war with itself. King Charles I has fled London, his negotiations with Parliament in tatters. The country is consumed by bloodshed.

For Thomas Hill, a man of letters quietly running...


Avenger of Rome

Gaius Valerius Verrens #3

by Douglas Jackson

Emperor Nero's grip on power is weakening. In every shadow he sees an enemy and like a cornered animal he lashes out at every perceived threat. His paranoia settles on the figure of Gnaeus Domitius Corbulo,...


A Nurse's Courage

by Maggie Holt

Orphan Mabel Court's dreams come true when she enters the Booth Street Poor Law Infirmary as a probationer nurse. But it is August 1914, and her world is about to be turned upside down.

She soon meets Norah...


Moon of Bitter Cold

by Frederick J. Chiaventone

By the summer of 1866, America was a changed nation. The Civil War has ended, and the West was calling as a place where the fresh wounds of a nation divided could heal. Many set out to heed that call and explore...


Blood Royal

by Harold Robbins & Junius Podrug

Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales, was an ordinary young woman who was picked to be the future queen. Her wedding was a worldwide sensation. But she was deceived and betrayed before the honeymoon was...


Spirit of the Eagle

by Vella Munn

It is 1872.  American Expansionism is at its peak.  Lands once thought uninhabitable are coveted by white settlers, miners, and traders who are spreading through the West.  The last of the Modoc tribe are...


A Daughter's Gift

by Maggie Hope

A family torn apart. A daughter's courage...

When Elizabeth and her four sibling are orphaned, she and her brother are sent to a children's home; their younger sisters into foster care.

Life in the home is hard,...


Reunion

by Fred Uhlman

Middle-class, Jewish Hans finds himself charmed by Konradin, the young aristocrat in his class and they quickly become best friends. But it is 1932 and the boys live in a rapidly changing Germany. The rise of...