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Jackass Frigate

by Alaric Bond

How do you maintain discipline on a ship when someone murders your first lieutenant-and a part of you agrees with their action? December 1796. It was a time of unrest and discontent for Britain, made even worse...


The Moghul

by Thomas Hoover

"...the finest book on India since Kipling." India 1620: India is ruled by the son of the great Akbar, and is about to pass his crown to one of his sons. Brian Hawksworth, ship's captain and emissary of King...


Sir Nigel and the White Company

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Perhaps the two best historical novels ever written about the Hundred Years War "[These two books] made an accurate picture of that great age, and that as a single piece of work they form the most complete,...


GOD DOES NOT FORGET: The Story of a Boer War Commando

by Deneys Reitz

""One of the greatest war books ever written."" ""A vivid, unforgettable picture of mobile guerrilla warfare."" In 1899 a 17 year old boy by the name of Dennys Reitz volunteered to fight for his country, South...


True Colours

by Alaric Bond

The Royal Navy is immobilised by mutiny, and the only thing that's standing in the way of an invasion is a commander who is communicating with a fleet that isn't there. While Great Britain's major home fleets...


Syndrome

by Thomas Hoover

A terrifying medical thriller in the bestselling tradition of Michael Crichton and Robin Cook They were promised a miracle cure for the deadly diseases destroying their lives. It seemed too good to be true,...


A Sea Unto Itself

by Jay Worrall

The year is 1799. The year before, Napoleon Bonaparte, the newest upstart among Republican France's generals, led a large expeditionary force across the Mediterranean to conquer Egypt, where he remains. Well...


His Majesty's Ship

by Alaric J Bond

Fiction, Historical, War, Military, Nautical, Royal Navy A powerful ship, a questionable crew, and a mission that must succeed. In the spring of 1795 HMS Vigilant, a 64 gun ship-of-the-line, is about to leave...


The Patriot's Fate

by Alaric Bond

Alaric Bond is up there with CS Forester and Patrick O'Brien for thrilling and utterly real naval stories In the Patriot's Fate he has combined historical fact with compelling fiction to produce another gripping...


Barbados Bound

by Linda Collison

Portsmouth, England,1760. Patricia Kelley, the illegitimate daughter of a wealthy Barbadian sugarcane planter, falls from her imagined place in the world when her absent father unexpectedly dies. Raised in a...


Rodney Stone: A Tale of the 18th Century Prize Ring

by Arthur Conan Doyle

The fighting was bare-knuckled, brutal and without mercy; but for one man it was the only way out of an even more merciless situation. Two boys, one destined for the sea-one for the prize-ring, come of age in...


Snarleyyow

by Frederick Marryat

From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction ""If Mr. MIdshipman Easy is today his best known story, the one which followed it, Snarleyyow, is in a purely literary sense the real masterpiece of his literary output,...


Jacob Faithful

by Frederick Marryat

From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction One of the great things about the writings of Frederick Marryat is that he introduces you to all aspects of early 19th Century nautical life. It's not just the Royal...


THE LADY PHILOSOPHER: The Story of Hypatia

by Brian Trent

On a November night in Egypt, 414 A.D., one of history's most brilliant individuals was assassinated. Her name was Hypatia, teacher and scientist at the fabled Great Library of Alexandria and the last glimmer...


SURGEON'S MATE: Book Two of the Patricia MacPherson Nautical Adventure Series

by Linda Collison

Patrick MacPherson is a qualified surgeon's mate; but she's not the man he claims to be. It's late October, 1762. After surviving the deadly siege of Havana, Patrick MacPherson and the rest of the ship's company...


BY RIGHT OF CONQUEST: With Cortez in Mexico

by G.A. Henty

With 67 pages of additional articles, references, and bibliographies of recommended reading. The 16th Century was one of exploration and conquest. Magellan sailed around the world, Coronado searched for the...


Life Blood

by Thomas Hoover

A terrifying medical thriller in the bestselling tradition of Michael Crichton and Robin Cook. It lies hidden deep in the mist-shrouded rain forest of Central America. A place where a brilliant fertility doctor...


LEIF THE LUCKY: A Story of the Vikings

by Ottilie Liljencrantz

Western civilization was in its childhood when the Vikings roamed throughout northern Europe and beyond. In many ways they represented the rashness of youth in the bodies of men. For every terrible vice, they...


The Mississippi Bubble

by Emerson Hough

The Mississippi Bubble - The Granddaddy of Financial Disasters In 1716 France was broke. A series of wars waged by Louis XIV had left the economy in ruins, the king in debt, and the government coffers empty....


Caribbee

by Thomas Hoover

The Untold Story of the First American Revolution Barbados, 1648. The lush and deadly Caribbean paradise, domain of rebels and freeholders, of brigands, bawds and buccaneers. Where the flames of revolution exploded...