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The Eastern Door

by Dave More

Immigrating from 18th century rural Ireland, Billy Smithyman builds a new life in the New York frontier, where Billy's honesty stands out in the corrupt fur trade, and where he earns the trust of formidable...


Blood on the Forge

by William Attaway & Darryl Pinckney

This brutally gripping novel about the African-American Great Migration follows the three Moss brothers, who flee the rural South to work in industries up North. Delivered by day into the searing inferno of...


Terror of Constantinople

by Richard Blake

The second book in Richard Blake's brilliant series featuring Aelric, the six-century English adventurer, combines an expert's knowledge of the Roman world with intrigue, sex, black comedy and extreme violence....


The Jewel Box

by Anna Davis

From the author of The Shoe Queen comes a jazz-age tale of love set in the world of London’s high society.

London, 1927. Diamond Sharp writes a racy newspaper column, using a fake name to conceal her identity....


Lion Let Loose

by Nigel Tranter

James the First of Scots was an extraordinary man: poet, thinker warrior, athlete and statesman. And prisoner - for he was held captive for almost half his adult life. He possessed that fatal Stewart capacity...


The End of the Line

by Nigel Tranter

As the 15th century dawned, Scotland was plunged into chaos. With the new king ailing and weak, his unscrupulous younger brother, the Earl of Fife, seized his chance to become Regent and Governer of the realm....


The Admiral

by Nigel Tranter

A humble laird from Largoshire, Andrew Wood's determination to

avenge his father's murder by English pirates, led to his national

renown as a pirate-slayer.

This brought him to the attention of King James...


Food for the Fishes

by David Wishart

When Licinius Murena, wealthy owner of a fish-farm, is found dead, drowned in one of his own eel tanks, not many tears are shed. Certainly not by Trebbio, who had just been booted out of his cottage by the landowner,...


The Wallace

by Nigel Tranter

William Wallace - a man of violent passions and unquenchable spirit, the natural leader of a proud race.

Scotland at the end of the 13th century was a blood-torn country suffering under the harsh domination...


Bricks

by Leon Jenner

This is the story of a bricklayer. A master of his craft, he keeps its sacred teachings secret. For him a house is the dwelling place of a soul, and a house must be built in the right spirit or the soul inside...


The Leopard Sword: Empire IV

by Anthony Riches

Britannia has been subdued - and an epic new chapter in Marcus Valerius Aquila's life begins. The murderous Roman agents who nearly captured Marcus have been defeated by his friends. But in order to protect...


East of the Sun: A Novel

by Julia Gregson

From award winner Julia Gregson, author of Jasmine Nights, this sweeping international bestseller brilliantly captures the lives of three young women on their way to a new life in India during the 1920s.

As the...


The Favorites: A Novel

by Mary Yukari Waters

When Mary Yukari Waters's short-story collection, The Laws of Evening, was published, Maureen Corrigan of National Public Radio's Fresh Air said that "Waters's empathic imagination is so vivid she makes her...


A Distant Harbour

by Jessica Blair

A story of seafaring men and the women who love them, by the author of "The Red Shawl". Captain David Fernley has made and lost a fortune in the whaling trade, fishing the frozen Arctic wastes from the Yorkshire...


The Apothecary's Daughter

by Charlotte Betts

The ebook bestseller 1665. Susannah Leyton has grown up behind the counter of her father's apothecary shop in bustling Fleet Street. A skilled student - the resinous scents of lavender, rosemary, liquorice and...


The Poisoned Chalice

by Paul Doherty

In 1521, England is at peace under the magnificent Cardinal Wolsey, who rules the country while Henry VIII spends his time in masques, banquets and hunting, whether it be the fleet-footed deer or the even more...


The White Rose Murders

by Paul Doherty

In 1517 the English armies have defeated and killed James IV of Scotland at Flodden and James's widow-queen, Margaret, sister to Henry VIII, has fled to England, leaving her crown under a Council of Regency....


The Masked Man

by Doherty

Ralph Croft, an English rogue, is plucked from the dungeon of the Bastille to head an investigation to find the real identity of the infamous 'Masked Man'. But before he can discover the truth, he must face...


The Stalin Epigram: A Novel

by Robert Littell

Based on a riveting historical episode, The Stalin Epigram is a fictional rendering of the life of Osip Mandelstam, perhaps the greatest Russian poet of the twentieth century -- and one of the few artists in...


The Devlin Diary

by Christi Phillips

From the acclaimed author of The Rossetti Letter comes a dazzling novel of intrigue, passion, and royal secrets that shifts tantalizingly between Restoration-era London and present-day Cambridge.

London,...