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Chinese Yankee

by Ruthanne Lum Mccunn

Chinese Yankee tells the true story of Hong Kong born Thomas Sylvanus (Ah Yee Way), an orphan brought to America for schooling in the mid-1850s, but enslaved in Baltimore. Only sixteen at the outbreak of war,...


The Red Badge of Courage: An Episode of the American Civil War

by Stephen Crane

The Red Badge of Courage follows events of the American Civil War, and life of a young private of the Union Army, Henry Fleming, who flees from the field of battle. Overcome with shame, he longs for a wound,...


Whittington Manor II: The Poppy Sunset

by Claire Louise Voet

It's 1947, Sarah and Joe are now married. Despite coming from vastly differing backgrounds, their love has survived the war. Joe's family, the Lamberts, have grown to love Sarah as their own, while Sarah's parents,...


Reign of Evil

by Weston Ochse

Reign of Evil, the third installment in Weston Ochse's series starring the Navy SEALs who handle supernatural threats, with film rights optioned by MGM

Legend holds that when Britain is in its darkest hour, King...


Churchill's Triumph: A Novel of Betrayal

by Michael Dobbs

From Michael Dobbs, author of the book that inspired the smash hit Netflix series House of Cards, Churchill's Triumph transports us to the end of WWII as the three most powerful men on earth-Winston Churchill,...


Her Privates We

by Frederic Manning

First published privately in 1929 as The Middle Parts of Fortune, Her Privates We is the novel of the Battle of the Somme told from the perspective of Bourne, an ordinary private. A raw and shockingly honest...


The Reluctant Commander

by Richard Patton

Twenty-two-year-old George Washington was pleased by his promotion to the rank of lieutenant-colonel and quite content to be the second-in-command of Governor Robert Dinwiddie's expedition to remove the French...


His Majesty's Envoy

by Richard Patton

When Governor Robert Dinwiddie appointed George Washington to the post of Adjutant General of Virginia in 1753, the twenty-one year old militia major eagerly anticipated a great adventure. What he got were hardship,...


Attack Hitler's Bunker!

by Lazlo Ferran

An RAF squadron flies into the jaws of death for one man. Richard Earlgood, maverick RAF veteran from the Battle of Britain, and Michael Dorfmann, an ambitious Luftwaffe pilot turned double-agent, plan a daring...


A Dance in the Ashes

by Gabriele; Overmann, Günter Kosack & Günter Overmann

One woman and two men, trapped in a web of deceit in the ashes of the Reich's capital: Mathilde struggles to feed her family and grasp the horrors; her husband, Franz, a Gestapo officer on the run, tries to...


All the Light There Was: A Novel

by Nancy Kricorian

Early in The Sweetness, an inquisitive young girl asks her grandmother why she is carrying nothing but a jug of sliced lemons and water when they are forced by the Germans to evacuate their ghetto. "Something...


The Beginning of the End: Hursey: Annapolis to Normandy: A Novel of World War II

by David Arnold

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The Beginning of the End continues the story of Reserve Commander Warwick Hursey during World War II, and is the third and final book of the series that began with Love and War and continued with...


The Darkling Spy

by Edward Wilson

London, 1956. A generation of British spies are haunted by the ghosts of friends turned traitor. A book that will change the reader's view of the Cold War forever.


The Envoy

by Edward Wilson

Edward Wilson raises disturbing questions about America's superpower status in the world today, to thrilling conclusion.


Under False Flags: A  Novel

by Steve Anderson

Forced into the brutal Battle of the Bulge of 1944, two soldiers on opposing sides find the courage to desert a war gone sour.

For both American GI Wendell Lett and German seaman Holger Frings, the relentless...


Mister Tidwell Gunner: A 19th Century Seafaring Saga of War, Self-reliance, and Survival

by L. Ron Hubbard

Imagine a young Laurence Olivier cast as a scholarly Oxford professor—an academic snatched out of his bookish world and pressed into service aboard Lord Nelson’s legendary British fleet—in the position...


Last Train to Waverley

by Malcolm Archibald

To commemorate the involvement of Scots Regiments in WWI "Last Train to Waverley" is set in France during one week in March 1918. The Germans launched their final major offensive of the war and pushed the British...


Fifty-Fifty O'Brien

by L. Ron Hubbard

Winchester Remington Smith is a crack shot. Problem is, surrounded by roller coasters and merry-go-rounds, his talent is going to waste, knocking down ducks in a carnival shooting gallery. Win wants some real...


Shadows in a Photograph

by David McMichael

R.A.F. doctor in Bomber Command during early years of Second World War. Complicated family secrets and relationships, leading to difficult coming of age during the 1920s. Later tangled romantic relationships...


The Rest Is Silence

by James R. Benn

The fog of war surrounding D-Day and Operation Tiger provides cover for one of Billy Boyle's grisliest investigations.

  When an unidentified corpse washes ashore at Slapton Sands on England's southern coast,...