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A World for the Taking: The Ships of the Honourable East India Company

by E. Keble Chatterton

It was a time when one of the most powerful rulers in the world wasn't a government-it was a corporation. It's official name was ""The Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies."" Some simply...


Confessions of a Missouri Guerrilla: The Autobiography of Cole Younger

by Cole Younger

This is an intelligent, articulate, Cole Younger-not the blood-thirsty desperado of myth. Now he tells HIS side of the story. The Kansas-Missouri border was a bitter place in the 1850's, and no one knew that...


BLACK SOLDIERS/BLUE UNIFORMS: The Story of the First South Carolina Volunteers

by Thomas Higginson

"The First South" The Story of America's First Officially Recognized African-American Regiment. During the Civil War over 170,000 ""colored"" troops served in the Union Army. While there were two earlier attempts...


The Texas Navy

by Alex Dienst

A Cactus Navy? Everyone has heard of the USS Constitution and the USS Constellation. They were the first two ships commissioned into the United States Navy. But have you ever heard of the Liberty and the Invincible?...


Micah Clarke: A Tale of the Monmouth Rebellion

by Arthur Conan Doyle

MICAH CLARKE: His statement as made to his three grandchildren Joseph, Gervas, and Ruben during the hard winter of 1734. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories are classics of western literature. But...


Golf in the Year 2000

by Jay McCullough

It's a book about golf and the way it's played in the year 2000-only it was written in 1892. On March 24, 1892, Alexander Gibson, an inveterate golfer, fell asleep. He woke up the following day, March 25th-in...


DOWN BUT NOT OUT: A Little Rich Girl Grows Up Poor in the Great Depression

by Mary Anne Butler

Even in the worst of times there is hope-IF you are prepared to keep fighting. It was the worst of times-the Great Depression-and for one family it spelled disaster.  Within a few years they had gone from a...


Bonaparte in Egypt

by J. Christopher Herold

The French expedition to Egypt, which Bonaparte launched in 1798, was one of the most exciting, harrowing, futile, and yet most fruitful adventures in modern times. Although the expedition was doomed, and almost...


Around the Red Lamp

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Tales of Victorian Medicine as told by one of the great story tellers of all time: Arthur Conan Doyle... M.D. Everyone knows Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His Sherlock Holmes mysteries have become classics in western...


The Refugees

by Arthur Conan Doyle

A brilliant adventure tale of life in the Court of Louis XIV and of Canada under French rule... and Huguenot persecution The Refugees is set in both 17th Century France and in the wilds of North America. When...


March to Destruction

by Art McGrath

Highly entertaining, well researched and original in thought. It has the makings of a classic to be placed alongside Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventures of Gerard," and David Johnson's "The Proud Canaries."...


The Lily and the Rose

by David More

The French and Indian War - Who will occupy the New World? 1761: The North American territories have become a tremendous source of wealth for the English, Dutch, and French merchants and nobility, as well as...


Hand of Fire

by Judith Starkston

The Trojan War threatens Troy's allies and the Greek supply raids spread. A young healing priestess, designated as future queen, must defend her city against both divine anger and invading Greeks. She finds...


Ashes of Heaven's Pillar

by Kim Rendfeld

Can love triumph over war? 772 AD: Charlemagne's battles in Saxony have left Leova with nothing but her two children, Deorlaf and Sunwynn. Her beloved husband died in combat. Her faith lies shattered in the...


Lucy Lied

by M.J. Daspit

In Monterey, California of the late 1870's religious tent camp meetings are held cheek by jowl with lynchings.  At this intersection of the righteous and the profane, a triangle evolves linking Doctor Jason...


Hornblower and the Island

by James Keffer

Even as a prisoner on the remote island of St. Helena, Napoleon Bonaparte is embarrassing the British, and England is now the laughing stock of Europe. The answer is a new Governor: Lord Horatio Hornblower....


Close to The Sun

by Donald Michael Platt

Close to the Sun follows the lives of fighter pilots during the Second World War. As a boy, Hank Milroy from Wyoming idealized the gallant exploits of WWI fighter aces. Karl, Fürst von Pfalz-Teuffelreich, aspires...


Take The Train to Tucson

by Barbara Marriott

It's 1893, and Leonarda Stanton Worthington is beginning the year in trouble. It all starts when she takes the train to Tucson to join her father, and gets involved with train robbers and a cream cake. Before...


Plagued

by Mary Donnaarumma Sharnick

Since its initial strike in 1347, plague, called "The Death" by those who rightly fear it, has been continuously decimating populations across the known world. By 1401, the Venetian fleet has lost so many men...


Patriot's Point

by Douglas Boren

1790:  At the Battle of  Waxhaw, NC, the British Legion massacres the unresisting soldiers of of the Virginia Regiment instead of accepting their surrender.  In the aftermath, colonists-ordinary men and...