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The Race of the Tiger

by Alexander Cordell

Born into the appalling deprivation of Nineteenth Century Ireland, Jess O'Hara

and his high-spirited sister, Karen, flee their impoverished homeland to seek

a new life in America.

Exhausted after a nine-week...

A Thought of Honour

by Alexander Cordell

John Macmasters is an expert in the highly specialised skill of defusing explosives.

his is the most nerve-racking job of them all - face to face with the possibility of a

sudden and violent death. But in times...

Rape of the Fair Country: The Mortymer Trilogy Book One

by Alexander Cordell

The first volume in Alexander Cordell's classic trilogy of mid-nineteenth century Wales.

Set in the grim valleys of the Welsh iron country during the turbulent times of the Industrial Revolution, this unforgettable...

The Splintered Kingdom: A Novel

by James Aitcheson

The brilliant second novel in James Aitcheson's trilogy of the Norman Conquest of England.

Summer, 1070. Renowned for his valor in the battle for York, Tancred a Dinant is now a lord in his own right, with knights...

Eden in Winter

by Richard North Patterson

Number one New York Times best-selling author Richard North Patterson, author of more than twenty novels, including Degree of Guilt and Silent Witness, returns with the dramatic conclusion to the Blaine trilogy:...

Dark Spirits (A Daisy Gumm Majesty Mystery, Book 7)

by Alice Duncan

The Ku Klux Klan has opened a chapter in Daisy Gumm Majesty's home town of Pasadena, California. Worse, Klan members are harassing Joseph Jackson, the gatekeeper for Daisy's best client, Mrs. Pinkerton.


The True Account: A Novel of the Lewis and Clark and Kinneson Expeditions

by Howard Frank Mosher

In the spring of 1804, Private True Teague Kinneson—schoolmaster, inventor, playwright, and explorer—sets out with his nephew, Ticonderoga, to race Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to the Pacific. Along...

The Dream And The Destiny

by Alexander Cordell

The Long March was an extraordinary feat of human endurance. Lin-Wai, a young

doctor newly recruited into the Red Army, is caught up in the breakout of the followers

of Mao and their ensuing flight.

The marchers...

The Healing Blade: John Regan Trilogy Book Three

by Alexander Cordell

An epic of the days when personal honour and patriotism were more

important than any one man's life.

John Regan has a secret mission crucial to the success of the infamous

United Irishmen's Rebellion of 1798.


The White Cockade: John Regan Trilogy Book One

by Alexander Cordell

An enthralling story of high adventure, ambush and pursuit, plot and

counterplot during the ill-fated United Irishmen Rebellion of 1798.

When seventeen-year-old John Regan takes on a mission entrusted

to him...

Song of the Earth: The Mortymer Trilogy Book Three

by Alexander Cordell

Mostyn Evan and his family, miners turned bargees, wage a glorious

but hopeless struggle against rapacious coalmasters, Irish navvies,

the ravages of cholera, and the bullying illegal Unions.

As they ply their...

Hosts of Rebecca: The Mortymer Trilogy Book Two

by Alexander Cordell

It is the time of the Rebecca Riots when economic turmoil and unjust taxes have left

the communities of south Wales in dire poverty with many on the brink of starvation. A

time when young men ride through the...

If You Believe The Soldiers

by Alexander Cordell

Britain in the mid-1980s is a country in the grip of a brutal fascist regime.

There is rioting in the streets, cold-blood massacres by extremist political

groups, attempted coups by liberating forces based on...

The Fire People

by Alexander Cordell

Set in the ironmaking town of Merthyr Tydfil, The Fire People is the

story of Dic Penderyn who in 1831 became the first Welsh Martyr of

the working class.

Hanged for a crime that he did not commit, his story...

The Chandelier Ballroom: Betrayal and murder in an English country house in the 1930s

by Elizabeth Lord

When small-time crook Horace Butterfield buys an antique chandelier to enhance his brand-new ballroom at Crossway Lodge, little does he realize what's in store. For the chandelier is said to be haunted by the...

Four Arthurian Romances: Erec et Enide

by Chretien de Troyes

Erec et Enide features many of the common elements of Arthurian romance, such as Arthurian characters, the knightly quest, and women or love as a catalyst to action. While it is not the first story to use conventions...

The Major's Daughter: A Novel

by J. P. Francis

Like Snow Falling on Cedars, a stirring tale of wartime love


April, 1944.  The quiet rural village of Stark, New Hampshire is irrevocably changed by the arrival of 150 German prisoners of war.  And one family,...

Chantal: Women of Fire trilogy: Book 3

by Claire Lorrimer

Stubborn in her loyalties and passionate in her affections - Chantal is exquisite, beguiling and volatile. And it is her spirited nature that could all too easily lead the young girl

astray . . .

Beautiful and...

Antoinette: Women of Fire Trilogy: Book Two

by Claire Lorrimer

Antoinette, daughter of the beautiful Scarlett and a French Vicomte, has inherited her mother's exquisite beauty and her passionate, impulsive nature. But the two women are rivals. Antoinette is irresistibly...

Scarlett: Women of Fire Trilogy: Book One

by Claire Lorrimer

Sir John Danesfield, captivated by his illegitimate daughter's spirit, takes her to Regency London to live with his mistress. At fifteen, Scarlett falls in love with the Vicomte Gerard de Valle, an impoverished...