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Popular Historical Fiction Books

Murder In The Bush: The Tale of William McDonald

Carmel McMurdo Audsley

$2.99

A young Scotsman travels to Australia in 1885, armed with ambition and the dream of owning land. He makes a lot of money droving horses overland in Queensland. As he is about to realise his dream, fate takes a hand. Evil lurks in the bush. This is the story of his life - and death.

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Scotland Lovers - Book 3 (Time Travel Series)

Nadine Travers

$0.99

Emma tried to found Chloe, she went missing like Elizabeth. After be harassed by burglars. Emma found herself fall back into 17th century Scotland without any memories of her past.

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Voyagers into the Unknown

Ruchira Khanna

$3.99

In the historic Indian town of Agra, you can find a very unusual tour company, which is owned by a charming young man named Raj. Although Raj's official job is to show off the historical landmarks of Agra, including the legendary Taj-Mahal, his true mission is to heal the souls of his broken "birds," as he affectionately refers to his tour participants. His business operates purely upon word-of-mouth referrals, ensuring that all of his tour members arrive in Agra with their hearts in their hands, ready for the spiritual growth and cleansing that Raj is known to provide.Healing the hearts of the spiritually damaged can be a difficult job, and in this particular tale, Raj finds himself faced with his most challenging tour group yet.

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No One's Bride (Escape to the West Book 1)

Nerys Leigh

$0.99

#1 bestseller in Women's Christian Fiction, Women's Religious Fiction , and Western & Frontier Christian Romance!

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Filey: A History of The Town and its People

W.M.Rhodes

£12.99

Filey is known as 'The Unspoilt Hidden Gem of The Yorkshire Coast' with its glorious wide golden beach, elegant Victorian houses and well-kept gardens, but what were Filey's origins? Unlike the neighbouring town of Scarborough, Filey was mentioned in the Domesday Book 'as a very small village occupied by less than fifty people, and that Filey was worth a reasonable income, with access to good quality timber which was ideal for construction.' So, were these people Filey's oldest residents?

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The Inquisitor and the Maiden: Caliphate

Michael R. Davidson

$2.99

In 1492 victorious King Fernando of Aragon forces the daughter of the last Muslim ruler in Andalusia to become his concubine as a gesture of "reconciliation." The product of their coupling, a secret Muslim with an abiding hatred for his father, founds a line that nurtures the flame of vengeance through the centuries.

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Postcards from London

Tim Walker

£1.99

The city of London is the star of this collection of fifteen engaging stories from author Tim Walker. Drawing on the vivid history of the city where he has both lived and worked, Postcards from London celebrates the magnificently multifaceted metropolis that is home to 8.8 million people.

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The Watson Letters Volume 3: Curse of the Baskervilles

Colin Garrow

$2.99

Intrepid investigators Holmes and Watson continue their fight against crime in a not quite Post-Victorian, steampunk parallel universe.


In three more adventures, the intrepid duo tackle a ghostly locomotive, journey to Dartmoor in search of a gigantic hound, and team up with bloodthirsty psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter in the hunt for a murderer. Adult humour throughout.

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Face the Winter Naked

Bonnie Turner

$4.99

For fans of Steinbeck's timeless classic, THE GRAPES OF WRATH

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Drumbeats

Julia Ibbotson

£2.99

It is 1965 and the air is light with the idea of freedom, love and the Beatles, but eighteen year old Jess, a feisty young woman with ideas of her own, is feeling stifled by her puritanical religious family background in working class England.

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A Shape on the Air

Julia Ibbotson

£2.99

Can love last for lifetimes?

Viv DuLac is a university professor, specialising in Anglo Saxon history. She lives with her partner Pete Adamson in a flat she loves, and is very happy with her life.

Then Pete comes home and tells her he's leaving her for Viv's good friend Gwyn and that he has leveraged the flat for his business, so she no longer has a home.

Viv's world collapses.

After drinking far too much wine Viv goes out for a walk and slips into the local pond known as Cooney's Mere.

It acts as a time portal, and Viv finds herself in the year 499 in the body of Lady Vivianne, orphaned and betrothed to Sir Pelleas, a man whom she despises and who only wants Lady Vivianne for her inheritance.

But Lady Vivianne is a feisty lady and Sir Pelleas is not going to simply take what he wants without a fight.

When Viv awakes, she thinks she was dreaming, until she finds a small gold key in her bed, a key she has never seen in her life, but remembers from her dream.

Could she be having a breakdown? But how would that explain the key?

Viv is being helped through her heartache by her good friend Ellie and her crazy upstairs neighbour Tilly.

She also becomes friends with the local vicar, a man named Rory Netherbridge, who looks uncannily like Sir Roland, a man who serves Sir Pelleas but looks out for Lady Vivianne. Rory tells Vivianne that he, too, has been to the year 499.

He tells her about time slipping, and how her fragile emotional state might have opened the portal to another life she had once lived.

As Viv sees the similarities between her current life and her life in 499, she discovers correspondence from her dead parents, about a locked chest and a key, and knows what she has to do to find the answers.

But will Sir Roland win, or Sir Pelleas?

And what role will Rory play in Viv's life when the mystery of the portal is solved?

Filled with historical detail, A Shape on the Air is for anyone who believes in love that lasts for lifetimes and beyond.

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Mudsills & Mooncussers: A Novel of Civil War Key West

Iris Chacon

$2.99

A Yankee spy on a Rebel island must kill a Rebel agent whom he fears may be his new love.
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Hold the Faith: Early Christianity Comes to Life (The Apostle John Series Book 1)

Susan Preston

$2.99

As Benjamin discovers, it is not easy to be the great-grandson of the last living apostle.
Every mistake is noticed.

When he is offered the opportunity to accompany his great-grandfather around the fellowships of the region he is overjoyed.
It is two years and many experiences later when they return to Ephesus.
Everything has changed, including him. More mature, he wants to marry Deborah, who has grown up while he has been gone. He has the bride price, can support a wife with his work as a scribe, and he has prayed for favor.
But his plans go dramatically wrong. Her father has other plans for Deborah.
Despairing, angry with God, and questioning his faith Benjamin signs on as a grape-picker and leaves Ephesus.

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The Brodsky Affair: Is Lost Art Worth Dying For?

Ken Fry

$3.50

LOST ART. MURDER. A COLLECTOR WHO WILL STOP AT NOTHING.

THE BRODSKY AFFAIR will keep you on the edge of your seat as UK bestselling author, Ken Fry, weaves a tale of murder, mystery and intrigue.

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Oath Breaker (Sons of Odin Book 3)

Erin S. Riley

$3.99

The exciting conclusion of the Sons of Odin trilogy:

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A Flame Put Out (Sons of Odin Series Book 2)

Erin S. Riley

$3.99

Selia's saga continues in Book Two of the SONS OF ODIN series . . .

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On The Seventh Day: God Hates You....All of You.

Mark Wilson - CP Wilson

£1.99

"God hates you. Regardless of religion, race, sex, sexuality or nationality. He hates all of you. Basically, you are fucked."


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Now and Then in Tuscany: Italian journeys

Angela Petch

£2.80

A lovingly researched account about Giuseppe Starnucci, a young Italian boy, at the start of the twentieth century, as he journeys on foot with shepherds from his mountain village in the Tuscan Apennines to the coast. His adventures are tracked by his great grandson one hundred years later and we learn of present day problems mirroring those of his ancestors. A story of hardship, secrets and passion which brings to light the customs and people of rural Tuscany in a troubled period of history, when the dominance of Mussolini is always lurking in the background. The author's writing has been praised as: "a great combination of a true account and fiction." This is sequel to the author's first novel, "Tuscan Roots", praised by Julia Gregson for its "vivid, natural and direct...writing. Moving and interesting with lovely touches of humour." Both books are stand-alone.

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Age of Innocence Boxed Set (Books 1-3)

Debra Elizabeth

$4.99

Enjoy all three regency romances in the Age of Innocence series.

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