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Popular Historical Fiction Books

Deep Calling Deep: A Psalm of Faith - Psalm 42 (The Psalm Series Book 3)

Carole Towriss

$2.99

Experience the psalms like never before -- through heart-pounding fiction!

Praetorian Prefect Sextus Burrus has spent his life fighting for the glory of Rome, but that glory has lost its shine. As both his health and his career crumble, he is drawn toward the seemingly inexhaustible peace of one of his Jewish prisoners, the Apostle Paul.

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Sold Into Freedom (Planting Faith Book 1)

Carole Towriss

$3.99

Taught to hear messages from the goddess from a young age, Elantia's life is shattered when she is captured from her home in southwest Britannia and sold as a slave in Macedonia. She wants nothing more than to escape and return home-after she kills the man who took the only good thing left in her life.

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Arthur Dux Bellorum (A Light in the Dark Ages Book 4)

Tim Walker

£1.99

From the ruins of post-Roman Britain, a warrior arises to unite a troubled land.
Britain in the late Fifth Century is a troubled place - riven with tribal infighting and beset by invaders in search of plunder and settlement. King Uther is dead, and his daughter, Morgana, seizes the crown for her infant son, Mordred. Merlyn's attempt to present Arthur as the true son and heir of Uther is scorned, and the bewildered teenager finds himself in prison. Here our story begins…

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The Cruel Romance: A Novel of Love and War

Marina Osipova

$1.43

On October 1941, in a small village outside Moscow, Serafima bids farewell to Vitya, a Soviet officer going to the front. With only moments left together, she places a cross around her beloveds neck and reluctantly releases him into a cruel world where nothing is certain, especially whether she will ever see him again.

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An Agent for Belle (The Pinkerton Matchmaker Book 11)

Nerys Leigh

$2.99

Marriage is the last thing Belle wants, but she'll have to get married to avoid it.
When Isabelle Wood answers a newspaper advertisement for female Pinkerton detectives, it seems the perfect way to avoid her parents' desire for her to wed… until she discovers she has to marry her training agent for the duration of her first case.

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More Than Gold (Escape to the West Book 6)

Nerys Leigh

$3.99

Does "second time lucky" apply to mail order brides?
Let's just say that Gabriel's first attempt at marriage didn't go well. But his new bride, Grace, she has curves he can't keep his eyes from, and he's determined this time will be different. Until he ends up sleeping in the barn.

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The Innocents (The Innocents Mystery Series Book 1)

C.A. Asbrey

$5.60

Pinkerton Detective Abigail MacKay is a master of disguises-and of new crime-solving technology! But she'll have to move fast to stay a step ahead of Nat Quinn and Jake Conroy.
Nat and Jake are the ringleaders of The Innocents, a western gang that specializes in holding up trains carrying payrolls-and Nat is pretty savvy when it comes to using the new sciences of 1868 in committing his crimes.

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Innocent Bystander (The Innocents Mystery Series Book 3)

C.A. Asbrey

$5.95

Pinkerton Agent Abigail MacKay's willful sister, Madeleine, is going to be the death of her yet. That is, if Madeleine doesn't get herself killed first! After running off to marry a widower whose wives mysteriously die-leaving behind a great deal of money each time-spoiled, beautiful Madeleine is unaware of the danger she's in. Though no doctor has been able to establish a cause of death for any of the women, Abigail is sure they were murdered-and that her younger sister is going to be next. The only person who can help her save Maddie is the charismatic criminal, Nat Quinn-and Abi left him cooling his heels in jail at their last meeting.

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Agricola's Bane (Celtic Fervour Series Book 4)

Nancy Jardine

£2.99

A.D. 84 Northern Roman Britain
Nith of Tarras helps Enya of Garrigill in the search for her kin, missing after the disastrous battle at Beinn na Ciche fought between the Caledonian warriors and the mighty Ancient Roman legions. Enya soon has a heartrending choice to make. Should she tread Vacomagi territory that's swarming with Roman auxiliaries to find her brother? Or, should she head south in search of her cousin who has probably been enslaved by the Romans?

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Destiny's Gold (Captain Jane Thorn Book 1)

Pamela Grimm

$3.90

It is 1820 and a young, female sea captain sets sail aboard the schooner Destiny bound for the sugar plantations of Cuba and then on to the Baltic for iron. Political intrigue and mystery dog the voyage, and those who underestimate the captain's skill and business acumen do so at their peril.

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The Watson Letters Volume 4: Revenge of the Hooded Claw

Colin Garrow

£3.99

Intrepid investigators Holmes and Watson continue their fight against crime in a not quite Post-Victorian, steampunk parallel universe.
In three more adventures, the tenacious twosome encounter an ocean-going iceberg, an American werewolf and a gigantic metal fish , as well as facing old enemy Moriarty, who plans to finish off Sherlock Holmes for good. Adult humour throughout.

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Sadie's Wars: An Australian Saga (Currency Girls Book 3)

Rosemary Noble

£2.34

An astonishing tale, spanning continents, where truth is stranger than fiction. This historical saga of an extraordinary Australian pioneer family continues into a new generation.
Sadie is brought up amongst the vineyards of the Yarra Valley whilst her work-obsessed father reaps riches from the boom years before the Great War.

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Footprints on my Doorstep

Elaine Hankin

£2.99

Told from the viewpoint of Number Seven, the story begins in 1901 and gradually unfolds as, over the century, families take up residence in this Victorian house situated in a small South Coast town. The occupants experience a gamut of emotions which we experience with them. We admire Walter's stoic acceptance, we abhor Cora's animosity, applaud Sandra's generosity and despise Jasper's greed. And we share Hetty's heartache and Holly's happiness because Number Seven is privy to all their secrets and gradually reveals them to us.

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Drum Dance (Arctic Series Book 3)

Bonnie Turner

$0.99

2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards Quarter-Finalist.
"A gripping read!"
SET IN THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN, Drum Dance is filled with action, adventure, paranormal intrigue, and danger in Canada's Central Arctic where Sir John Franklin and his crew froze to death searching for the Northwest Passage.

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Katharina: Deliverance

Margaret Skea

£3.99

RUNNER-UP Historical Novel Society New Novel Award 2018
The woman at Luther's side.
It is very shameful that children, especially defenceless young girls, are pushed into the nunneries. Shame on the unmerciful parents who treat their own so cruelly.' Martin Luther

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By Sword and Storm (The Munro Scottish Saga Book 3)

Margaret Skea

£2.99

The eagerly awaited conclusion to the acclaimed Munro Scottish Saga trilogy
'…fast-paced … a hugely satisfying read.'Undiscovered Scotland.
1598. The French Wars of Religion are drawing to an end, the Edict of Nantes establishing religious freedom in all but Paris.

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A House Divided (The Munro Scottish Saga Book 2)

Margaret Skea

£2.99

Book 2 in the acclaimed Munro Scottish Saga trilogy
Ayrshire 1597. The truce between the Cunninghame and Montgomerie clans is fragile. And for the Munro family, living in hiding under assumed names, these are dangerous times.

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Turn of the Tide (The Munro Scottish Saga Book 1)

Margaret Skea

£1.99

'The quality of the writing and the research is outstanding.' Jeffrey Archer
Scotland 1586. A land in turmoil, a family torn apart. An ancient feud threatens Munro's home, his family, even his life.
Munro owes allegiance to the Cunninghames and to the Earl of Glencairn. He escapes the bloody aftermath of a massacre, but cannot escape the disdain of the wife he sought to protect, nor inner conflict, as he wrestles with his conscience, with divided loyalties and, most dangerous of all, a growing friendship with the rival Montgomerie clan.

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Underground: Traitors and Spies in Lincoln's War (Women Spies Book 2)

Kit Sergeant

$3.99

Some might call them heroes. Others would hang them as traitors.
The well-researched Women Spies Series chronicles the lives of remarkable real-life heroines who use daring, skill, and, yes, a bit of flirtation, to further their cause and can be read in any order.

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The Dragonfly Grove (The Innocenti Saga Book 2)

Helen Pryke

$2.99

The year is 1348.
The plague is set to sweep through England, leaving disaster in its wake.
Unaware of what awaits her, Agnes is in love and about to marry Ted. But soon her life will be torn apart and nothing will ever be the same again.

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Mrs Bates of Highbury: A prequel inspired by Jane Austen's 'Emma'

Allie Cresswell

$2.99

The new novel from Readers' Favourite silver medalist Allie Cresswell.
Thirty years before the beginning of 'Emma' Mrs Bates is entirely different from the elderly, silent figure familiar to fans of Jane Austen's fourth novel. She is comparatively young and beautiful, widowed - but ready to love again. She is the lynch-pin of Highbury society until the appalling Mrs Winwood arrives, very determined to hold sway over that ordered little town.

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The Creole Bride and Her Louisiana Gentleman (Caribbean Romance Trilogy Book 1)

Celia Lane

$3.49

Adele Bajoliere was only ten years old when she and her family fled the violence of the Haitian Revolution. Their sojourn took them across the Caribbean, from South Carolina to Jamaica to New Orleans. Adele, struggling with all the fears of the exile, isn't sure what to make of a handsome young man clad in buckskin named Wilder, whom she meets in the streets of the dusty, primitive settlement of New Orleans. But when her struggle to help a man injured almost to the point of death brings her and Wilder together, Adele must learn what it means to finally cast off fear.

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Light in the Darkness (Brides of Lone Pine Book 11)

Sylvia Damsell

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1879 and the last thing she wanted to do was place her two children in an orphanage. But Nanette had no option when she is threatened by a man to whom her recently deceased husband had owed money and is subsequently abducted. Her only hope is a former detective who has adopted her children and begins to try to find her.

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The Detective Bride (Brides Of Lone Pine Book 10)

Sylvia Damsell

$2.99

Susannah does not want to vegetate in an office. All she wants is to be a detective. But how in a male oriented society where women are given menial jobs? When she does finally fulfil her dream she encounters more than she bargained for when she is asked to be a pseudo mail order bride in order to solve a case.

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