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Newton Forster

by Frederick Marryat

From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction Newton Forster first appeared in 1832 as a series in Metropolitan Magazine, a periodical of which Frederick Marryat was the editor, and which initially hosted several...


Frank Mildmay

by Frederick Marryat

It can be argued that modern nautical fiction began with this book-the first that flowed from Frederick Marryat's pen. Written in 1829, it follows the adventures of Frank Mildmay as he enters the Royal Navy...


Broken Country-Broken Soldier

by Mary Anne Butler

From Fighting Front to Home Front. A troubled Adam Springer, Heinrich Mueller's grandson, returns from the Civil War to the family farm in Ohio. Bedeviled by the memory of battlefields red with the mingled blood...


Wilderness Road

by Mary Anne Butler

A Road Opens Westward and a Frightening Past is Left Behind. A handsome patent medicine peddler steals the heart of Lizzie Mueller, Heinrich Mueller's daughter, who is intent on breaking 19th century constraints...


Wynfield's Kingdom

by Marina Julia Neary

A Tale of the London Slums. Welcome to 1830s Bermondsey, London's most notorious slum, a land of gang wars, freak shows, and home to every depravity known to man. Dr. Thomas Grant, a disgraced physician, adopts...


The Voyage of the Parzival

by Terry Mort

""It's not my fight,"" said Ethan Grey. It didn't matter. Mexico was at war, and he was in it. He'd wanted a cruise in warm waters, a chance to forget the war he'd just fought, the War Between the States. But...


The Crisis

by Winston Churchill

Missouri was in a delicate position in the years leading up to the Civil War. The state had been forged by two streams of immigrants, one from the north and one from the south. As a result, half of it was in...


THE REIGN OF LAW: A Tale of the Kentucky Hemp Fields

by James Lane Allen

The Reign of Law is about two revolutions, even though the plot is situated in the Kentucky hemp fields. The first revolution was the social upheaval in the South that followed the Civil War. The second was...


Wynfield's War

by Marina Julia Neary

BOOK TWO OF THE WYNFIELD SERIES From the chaos of an extensive slum known as Bermondsey, Wynfield finds himself in the Crimea where he experiences a military campaign that makes Bermondsey look orderly. The...


The Confessions Of Harry Lorrequer

by Charles Lever

"A wild ride through the 19th Century Irish countryside." This is the first of Charles Lever's rollicking military novels. It involves a dashing young British Army officer, who is transferred to Cork with his...


Leaving Van Gogh: A Novel

by Carol Wallace

In the summer of 1890, in the French town of Auvers-sur-Oise, Vincent van Gogh shot himself in the chest with a revolver.  He died two days later, at the age of thirty-seven, largely unknown despite having...


The Long Roll

by Mary Johnston

""Mary Johnston's THE LONG ROLL and CEASE FIRING are quite possibly the best Civil War novels ever written..."" The Long Roll truly captures the epic scale of the Civil War. It follows the journey of Richard...


Cease Firing

by Mary Johnston

""Mary Johnston's THE LONG ROLL and CEASE FIRING are quite possibly the best Civil War novels ever written..."" Cease Firing picks up where Mary Johnston's previous book, The Long Roll leaves off. We rejoin...


The Widow of Larkspur Inn

Gresham Chronicles #1

by Lawana Blackwell

A young widow determines to overcome her loss and make a new life for herself in this Victorian romance set in 1860's England. Gresham Chronicles book 1.


The Promise of Morning

by Ann Shorey

This rugged tale of life, love, and grief on the Illinois frontier in the 1840s engages readers with themes of overcoming tragedy, finding strength, and trusting your heart to love again.


Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders: A Mystery

by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders opens in 1890, at a glamorous party hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Albemarle. All of London’s high society—including the Prince of Wales—are in attendance at what...


Zulu: Queen Victoria's Most Famous Little War

by W B Bartlett

With its captivating events, the Zulu War is the most fascinating of Queen Victoria's 'Little Wars'. This book looks at events through Britain's commander in the field Lord Chelmsford's eyes, examining contemporary...


Gap Creek: The Story of a Marriage

by Robert Morgan

There is a most unusual woman living in Gap Creek. Julie Harmon works hard, "hard as a man," they say, so hard that at times she's not sure she can stop. People depend on her to slaughter the hogs and nurse...


Abigail

Stevenson Saga #4

by Malcolm Macdonald

The beloved and final novel in the classic Stevenson family saga from epic master Malcolm Macdonald


Angels Make Their Hope Here

by Breena Clarke

Russell's Knob is not paradise. But already in 1849 this New Jersey highlands settlement is home to a diverse population of blacks, whites, and reds who have intermarried and lived in relative harmony for generations....