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The Mosaic Of Shadows

Demetrios Askiates #1

by Tom Harper

Byzantium, 1096. When a mysterious assassin looses his arrow at the Emperor, he has more than a man in his sights; the keystone of a crumbling empire, the Emperor is the solitary figure holding its enemies in...


Mansfield

by C. K. Stead

Spanning three years in the life of the writer Katherine Mansfield during the First World War, this novel follows the ups and downs of her relationship with Jack Middleton Murry and her struggle to write the...


Hero of Rome

Gaius Valerius Verrens #1

by Douglas Jackson

The Roman grip on Britain is weakening. Emperor Nero has turned his face away from this far-flung outpost. The Druids are on the rise, spreading seeds of rebellion among the British tribes. Roman cruelty and...


Quest for Honour

by Sam Barone

At the dawn of history, an epic war is about to begin in the deadly quest for honour.

The city of Sumer, ruled by a brutal murderer and his vicious, power hungry sister, is poised to give birth to the mightiest...


Soldiers and Lovers

by Leslie Thomas

In a sunlit, secret valley in the green mountains of central Italy, two people meet away from the horrors and clamour of battle. David Hopkins, a young fisherman from west Wales and Kate Medhurst, from a genteel...


Sister Pelagia and the Red Cockerel: A Novel

by Boris Akunin & Andrew Bromfield

The ship carrying the devout to Jerusalem has run into rough waters. Onboard is Manuila, controversial leader of the “Foundlings,” a sect that worships him as the Messiah. But soon the polarizing leader...


Measuring the World: A Novel

by Daniel Kehlmann

Measuring the World marks the debut of a glorious new talent on the international scene. Young Austrian writer Daniel Kehlmann’s brilliant comic novel revolves around the meeting of two colossal geniuses of...


My Name Was Judas

by C. K. Stead

We all know the story of Jesus told by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, but what about the version according to Judas?

In this witty, original and teasingly controversial account, some forty years after the death...


Torpedo Run

by Douglas Reeman

Douglas Reeman also known as Alexander Kent - of the Bolitho adventures, spins an enthralling tale of the perils of WWll at sea, in Torpedo Run.

It was in 1943. On the Black Sea, the Russians were fighting a...


Fellow Travelers: A Novel

by Thomas Mallon

It's 1950s Washington, D.C.: a world of bare-knuckled ideology and secret dossiers, dominated by personalities like Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, and Joe McCarthy. Enter Timothy Laughlin, a recent college graduate...


A Wartime Nurse

by Maggie Hope

'Theda hadn't given much thought to what would happen after she became a nurse. But by the time she finished her first year and was studying for her exams, she was coming up to twenty-one and there was a war...


The Three Crowns: The Story of William and Mary

The Stuart Saga #7

by Jean Plaidy

When an empire is at stake, one woman stands between the past and the future

 

In post-Restoration England, King Charles II has fathered numerous bastards, but not a single legitimate heir. Because of this, his...


On His Majesty's Service

by Allan Mallinson

January 1829: George IV is on the throne, Wellington is England's prime-minister, and snow is falling thickly on the London streets as Lieutenant-Colonel Matthew Hervey is summoned to the Horse Guards in the...


Defender of Rome

Gaius Valerius Verrens #2

by Douglas Jackson

Gaius Valerius Verrens returns to Rome from the successful campaign against Boudicca in Britain. Now hailed a 'Hero of Rome', Valerius is not the man he once was - scarred both physically and emotionally by...


The Scent of the Gods

by Fiona Cheong & Leslie Bow

The Scent of the Gods tells the enchanting, haunting story of a young girl's coming of age in Singapore during the tumultuous years of its formation as a nation. Eleven-year-old Su Yen bears witness to the secretive...


Nobody's Saint

by Paula Reed

"I vow, should I ever meet another English damsel in distress, she will have to look to someone other than Diego Montoya Fernández de Madrid y Delgado Cortés for help." Former pirate hunter Captain Diego Montoya...


A Child Of Her Time

by Maggie Bennett

Set in the aftermath of the Great War A Child of Her Time is a story of prejudice, passion and one woman's struggle to fight for what she really wants in life - against all odds

At twenty-five, teacher Phyllis...


A Mother's Gift

by Maggie Hope

Taken in by her grandparents to ease the pressure on her poverty-stricken family, Katie Benfield knows she's one of the lucky ones. Even so, she dreams of a better life and of pursuing a nursing career. Despite...


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....