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Popular Historical Fiction Books

Lone Pine Bride (Brides Of Lone Pine Book 1)

Sylvia Damsell

$0.99

Hannah isn't exactly sure what to expect when she becomes Seth's mail order bride, but it certainly isn't an earthquake as soon as she steps off the stagecoach. In the confusion and desperation she finds herself drawn into the rescue effort, working alongside a man also named Seth, and as they spend time together she becomes increasingly attracted to him. The trouble is, this Seth isn't her Seth and she hasn't even yet met the man she's come to marry. When she does meet him how will she feel after being with this Seth?

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Abandoned (A Light in the Dark Ages Book 1)

Tim Walker

£1.99

In the year 410 the last Roman Governor of Britannia, Lucius, sailed away from the port of Londinium, never to return. Bishop Guithelin's desire for a smooth transition in authority to tribal chief Mandubracius leads only to disappointment. Guided by visions from God, Guithelin undertakes a hazardous journey to a neighbouring country to seek assistance from a noble and Christian ruler.

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Innocent as Sin (The Innocents Mystery Series Book 2)

Christine Anne Asbrey

$0.10

Nat Quinn and Jake Conroy are just doing their job-robbing a bank! But when Nat sees Pinkerton agent Abigail MacKay is already there, he knows something isn't right. Is she on the trail of The Innocents again, or has she turned up in Everlasting, Wyoming, by coincidence?

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The Innocents (The Innocents Mystery Series) (Volume 1)

Christine Anne Asbrey

$12.65

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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Epiphany - THE GOLDING: A story within a story

Sonya Deanna Terry

$4.00

"Sophisticated and thought-provoking ... an urban fairy tale for grown-ups."--Avid Ashley
***GOLD MEDAL Winner
Global Ebook Awards, USA 2016
***SILVER MEDAL Winner
Readers' Favorite International Book Award Contest, USA 2017

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HOUSE OF GRACE: A Family Saga

Patricia M Osborne

£1.99

It's 1950 and all sixteen-year-old Grace Granville has ever wanted is to become a successful dress designer. She dreams of owning her own fashion house and spends her spare time sketching outfits. Her father, Lord Granville, sees this frivolous activity as nonsense and wants to groom her into a good wife for someone of his choosing...

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After Whorl Donning Double Cloaks (Celtic Fervour Series Book 3)

Nancy Jardine

$3.99

"…if the Celts are to achieve freedom from oppression, the rape of their lands, the slaughter of their people and hold fast to the dream of one day setting the might of the Roman Army to flight, they must stand and fight!"

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After Whorl Bran Reborn (Celtic Fervour Series Book 2)

Nancy Jardine

$2.99

"…the author brings the culture and society of Celtic Britain vividly to life - and in this book there is also an intriguing contrast with the ordered, militaristic lifestyle of the occupying Romans."

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The Beltane Choice (Celtic Fervour Series Book 1)

Nancy Jardine

$2.99

The Beltane Choice "…combines a very human and personal story with a very believable vision of Late Iron Age society in Northern Britain."

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355: The Women of Washington's Spy Ring (Women Spies Book 1)

Kit Sergeant

$4.99

Who was the Mysterious 355?
A semi-finalist in the GOETHE Book Awards for post-1750s Historical Fiction
Culper Ring members such as Robert Townsend and Hercules Mulligan are well known for the part they played in the Revolutionary War, but who was the mysterious 355 that could "outwit them all?" Inspired by many of the same characters featured in AMC's Turn and the Broadway musical Hamilton, 355: The Women of Washington's Spy Ring chronicles the lives of three remarkable women who use daring, skill, and, yes, a bit of flirtation, to help liberate America.

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The Day I Saw the Hummingbird: A Novel

Paulette Mahurin

$3.99

On the eve of his tenth birthday, a young slave's life is turned upside down. The unthinkable events that led up to the day Oscar Mercer saw a hummingbird test the limits of this young boy's body, mind and soul. Gripped with fear and filled with anger, Oscar faces raw, crushing hatred aimed at him and everyone he loves. In a time when a nation was ripped apart geographically, economically, politically and morally, comes a story of a courageous boy who began life as a slave on a sugarcane plantation in Louisiana and escapes via The Underground Railroad. Through the efforts and good will of kind, brave people determined to free slaves, Oscar faces devastating obstacles and dangers. Struggling with his inner impulse to seek revenge for the injustices and violence levied on his family and friends, he discovers that in bondage you pray to God, but in freedom, you meet Him. From the award-winning, best-selling author of The Seven Year Dress comes a story that brings another cadre of memorable characters alive on pages that pulse with hatred and kindness, cruelty and compassion, despair and hope. Oscar's journey on the Underground Railroad is a heart-pounding ride that the reader will remember long after this story ends.

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Sisters of War

Alicia Hope

$2.99

SISTERS OF WAR, a novella.
A tale of betrayal and courage in wartime Austria, of five women who lived, loved and lost under the ever-watchful eye of the Third Reich.
To fourth generation Australian Elise, world war two felt surreal, like the vague memory of an old black and white movie. Fuzzy facts and grainy images indistinguishable from those of childhood bad dreams. But sitting at the bedside of her critically ill mother-in-law, she was about to learn the harsh reality of what had happened during those dark times, from the lips of someone born in one of the darkest of dark places….

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Game Show: How easy is it to make good people do bad things?

Allie Cresswell

$2.99

A novel by Amazon # 1 best-selling author Allie Cresswell.
Imagine that for one night only you could do absolutely anything you wanted, and get away with it.
Welcome to Game Show.
It is 1992, and in a Bosnian town a small family cowers in their basement. The Serbian militia is coming - an assorted rabble of malcontents given authority by a uniform and inflamed by the idea that they're owed something, big-time, and the Bosnians are going to pay. When they get to the town they will ransack the houses, round up the men and rape the women. Who's to stop them? Who's to accuse them? Who will be left, to tell the tale?

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And I Shall Be Healed

J.L. Dean

£1.12

"They are ordinary men, Mr Ellis, ordinary men with ordinary vices. They don't become more than men because they may be required to sacrifice their lives for us."
And I Shall Be Healed follows the experiences of a young army chaplain 1916-17, both at home in West Sussex and with the British Expeditionary Force on the Western Front. Haunted by an unhappy upbringing and a mistake for which he cannot forgive himself, he struggles to put the past behind him and support the men he has been called to serve.

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Uther's Destiny (A Light in the Dark Ages Book 3)

Tim Walker

£1.99

Late fifth century Britannia recoils in shock at the murder of charismatic High King, Ambrosius Aurelianus, and looks to his brother and successor, Uther, to continue his work in leading the resistance to barbarian invaders. Uther's destiny as a warrior king seems set until his world is turned on its head when his burning desire to possess the beautiful Ygerne leads to conflict. Could the fate of his kingdom hang in the balance as a consequence?

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Tall Chimneys: A British Family Saga Spanning 100 Years

Allie Cresswell

$2.99

Awarded a silver medal by the influential Readers' Favourite website and winner of the One Stop Fiction Five Star Book Award, Tall Chimneys is the best-selling novel by Allie Cresswell.
Considered a troublesome burden, Evelyn Talbot is banished by her family to their remote country house. Tall Chimneys is hidden in a damp and gloomy hollow. It is outmoded and inconvenient but Evelyn is determined to save it from the fate of so many stately homes at the time - abandonment or demolition.

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The Blacksmith's Heart (Back to the West Book 1)

Nerys Leigh

$2.99

Can true love strike twice in a lifetime?
Peter Johnson met the love of his life when he was nineteen. Three years later, she was gone, leaving him to raise their son alone. Knowing he would never love another woman the way he loved his wife.

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The Walls of Arad (Journey to Canaan Book 3)

Carole Towriss

$2.99

Everyone knows Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, but before Jericho, there was Arad...
When Arisha flees Canaan, she finds herself in the Israelite camp. Under Miriam's care the young woman begins to heal, but Israel's matriarch is close to death. She wants to be assured this abused and abandoned young woman will have a good life, and she entreats Zadok to marry her.

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Prize of War

Carole Towriss

$2.99

Acsah is the only daughter of the mighty Caleb, Israel's most famous spy. When Acsah can't seem to choose a husband, Caleb feels he must step in, and she soon finds herself betrothed to a warrior. That's the last thing she wants, however. Soldiers are never home....

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Three Bloody Pieces: a novel of witchcraft and magic (Caitlyn Book 1)

Elizabeth Davies

$0.99

Queen, beggar... cat? Caitlyn is all three.
Lured from her homeland by black magic and dark enchantment, Caitlyn falls into the clutches of a powerful sorceress, a witch who changes her life forever.
Only death can free her. The question is,whose?

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Shadow by the Bridge

Suzanne Zewan

$14.53

11-year-old Fritz Reynolds recalled his father telling him that man is the only creature who can find amusement in killing. Little did he realize that those words would become the theme for his teenage years growing up in the rural hamlet on Linden, New York. In this coming-of-age story, Fritz takes us back to a simpler time when neighbors gathered at the general store to listen to radio shows, drank barrel-aged cider and worshiped at the Baptist Church every Sunday. All was picturesque in his close-knit farming community until terror was unleashed on them.

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Faeries, Farms and Folk: A family saga set in Scotland at a time of witchcraft and superstition.

Carmel McMurdo Audsley

$2.99

Many people with Scottish ancestry will find Agricultural Labourers among their forebears, because so many people in Scotland prior to the industrial revolution were engaged in working the land in one form or another. It was a time of political upheaval, of strong influence in people's lives by the Church of Scotland and of superstition.

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The Undertaker:Masquerade

Carmel McMurdo Audsley

$2.99

A young woman in Edinburgh Scotland, Kate Grainger, takes over her father's undertaking business in 1858.
She is willing to go to great lengths in her quest to become a doctor at a time when women are forbidden from studying medicine. She seeks out a mysterious man to help her achieve her goal. She thinks she knows his secret - but does she?

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The Undertaker: A female undertaker in nineteenth century Scotland sets out to solve the mysteries of the dead.

Carmel McMurdo Audsley

$2.99

In 1858 in Edinburgh Scotland, a 23-year-old woman named Kate Grainger inherits her father's undertaking business. It is a time when not much is expected of women, other than to be wives and mothers, and Kate wants to be neither. She wants to be a doctor but women are not allowed to enter the prestigious Edinburgh School of Medicine. She has a male friend, James, who is a doctor - he is smitten with her and wants to marry her, but she has made it clear that she has no such intentions. She spends a lot of time with him looking through his medical books to learn all that she can. She has drive and ambition - and a special gift. Kate can communicate with people who have passed over. She had, what her father thought, was an imaginary friend when she was a child, but her companion was the spirit of a little girl who had died in the Great Fire of Edinburgh. When Kate discovers that her first client at Grainger Undertakers has been murdered, she sets out on a journey that takes her deep into Edinburgh's underground and into the spirit world to catch a serial killer.

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