Historical


$0.99 on 11/10/2019 – Too Many Heroes by Jan Turk Petries

It’s 1952 and Britain is still recovering from World War Two. Frank Danby has been looking over his shoulder for the last ten years, forced to lead a nomadic life, getting work wherever he can while trying to keep one step ahead of the police.
After a run-in rural Yorkshire, he returns to the anonymity of London and finds work in an East End pub where he becomes entangled with Grace, the young and beautiful wife of the landlord. When a murder occurs and the law comes knocking, he finds himself up against a justice system that is already prejudiced against him.
Too Many Heroes is a gripping period thriller, exploring love, belonging and betrayal in a country still recovering from the trauma of war.

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$FREE on 8/31/2019 – Thunder & Roses by Mary Jo Putney

A Welsh Methodist minister's daughter changes her life when she appeals for help to Nicholas Davies, a half-Gypsy earl…

They called him the Demon Earl. They said he could do anything. Son of a rogue and a Gypsy, Nicholas Davies was a notorious rake until a shattering betrayal left him alone and embittered in the Welsh countryside.

Desperation drives quiet schoolteacher Clare Morgan to ask the Demon Earl to help save her village. Unwilling to involve himself in the problems of others, Nicholas sets an impossible price on his aid–only if Clare agrees to live with him for three months, letting the world think the worst, will he intervene.

Furiously Clare accepts his outrageous challenge, and the two are swept into an intoxicating Regency world of danger and desire. As allies, Clare and Nicholas fight to save her community. As adversaries, they explore the hazardous terrain of power and sensuality. And as lovers, they surrender to a passion that threatens the very foundations of their lives.

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$0.99 on 8/5/2019 – Escape to Pirate Island by Niamh Murphy

A MURDER. A MAP. A MUTINY.

You can’t run away from yourself…

The year is 1720 and two young women are about to find themselves in more trouble than they could ever have imagined possible.

Cat Meadows is a smuggler who’s built her reputation on the backs of unsuspecting souls.

Lily Exquemelin has been left nothing by her father but his troubles and his treasure map.

Forced to make a desperate escape, they each find themselves on a Trans-Atlantic adventure that will pit them against pirates, mutineers, lost treasure, and each other!

Can they learn to trust one another and escape the clutches of their would-be captors or will their past’s finally catch up to them?

Find out in this swashbuckling, romantic adventure!

This book is for anyone who loves:

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$0.99 on 7/30/2019 – To Dance in the Glen by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

An exciting, tantalizing romance! Meg, a poor crofter's daughter, finds her life taking a tumultuous turn when she is sent to the Laird's castle for her own safety. English marauders, accusations of witchcraft, and treason are just the beginning for her.

Meg Lachlan is certain of her place in her clan. When English mercenaries plaguing the Scottish Highlands aim their attacks on Clan MacLeod and Meg herself, the Laird's son takes up the mantle to protect the young woman.

Ewan MacLeod believes that bringing Meg to the castle will guard her against the English attacks, but when he finds his passions for the young lass growing, they begin a love affair that many call into question — most notably the daughter of a nearby laird who has her sights set on Ewan for herself.

As Meg and Ewan struggle against accusations of witchcraft, the English step up their onslaught, and it seems the clan is beset on all sides, until the discovery of a traitor in their midst threatens to tear down all that Meg and Ewan have worked so hard to build.

With the security of their clan, their families, even themselves at risk, can they rise above all the challenges that stand in the way of their love?

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$0.99 on 5/21/2019 – To Dance in the Glen by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple

An exciting, tantalizing romance! Meg, a poor crofter's daughter, finds her life taking a tumultuous turn when she is sent to the Laird's castle for her own safety. English marauders, accusations of witchcraft, and treason are just the beginning for her. He finds his passions for the young lass growing, they begin a love affair that many call into question. With the security of their clan, their families, even themselves at risk, can they rise above all the challenges that stand in the way of their love?

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$FREE on 5/11/2019 – The Spite House by Cherie Mitchell

Polly Desmond's great-great-great-grandfather once built a house out of spite.

Furious at William Birdwood, his former good friend, Richard Desmond constructed a house for the sole purpose of stopping the sunshine and sea breezes from reaching William's house. The fact his house also removed all chance of William's sea view was an added bonus, in Richard's opinion. The townsfolk called this narrow and tall monument to friendships gone wrong The Spite House.

130 years later, Polly's grandmother leaves her the house at No. 7 Drury Street in her Will. Naturally, Polly is aware of the family folklore that surrounds Grandpa Richard's vengeful construction efforts, but she has loved The Spite House since she was a little girl.

It is not until Polly takes up residence in No. 7 Drury Street that she finds the century-old grudge might still be alive and well. Can Polly finally put the past to rest and help two families to move on, or does the devious Karon Michaels have other ideas?

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$FREE on 3/21/2019 – Silk and Shadows by Mary Jo Putney

He called himself Peregrine, the wanderer, and he came to London for revenge…

Like the falcon he named himself for, Peregrine is wild and free, an exotic prince who fascinates 1839 London with his wealth, mystery, and dangerous allure. He emerged from his mysterious Asiatic past to exact retribution for an appalling crime. Nothing and no one can stop him—except perhaps Lady Sara St. James, whose fragile beauty conceals a gentle heart, genuine goodness, and a soul of steel.

Unable to resist his seductive charm, Lady Sara turns away from her ordered life to embrace a man she loves, but cannot fully trust. In Sara, Peregrine sees a chance for a life beyond revenge. But can he keep her without revealing his devastating secrets? Or protect her from the enemy he has vowed to destroy?

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$0.99 on 12/5/2018 – Bethel Manor by Beatrice Fishback

1842: Bristol, England—a city rife with change as the revolution in industry explodes. In the midst of these tumultuous times James Winthrop Blackwell yearns to discover who he is. Abandoned as an infant at Alpheton House Orphanage he comes of age and desires to find the parents who had left him. Setting eastward from Bristol to discover his identity, James’s travels bring him face to face with the wealthy landowner of Bethel Manor Estate—Master Fredrick Shaw and his feisty daughter Clare.

From west to east—from Bristol the city of his youth, to Ely the place of discovery—James’s quest takes him on a profound spiritual and emotional pilgrimage. Times are initially confusing and challenging for James until he comes to terms with the child he was growing up at the orphanage, and the man he desires to become.

What James thinks he’s looking for when he leaves Alpheton House is nothing compared to what he finds. He seeks retaliation for being forsaken by his parents, but instead uncovers the reality of his past, the truth of God’s love, and perhaps a future at Bethel Manor Estate with Clare Shaw by his side.

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$FREE on 10/31/2018 – The Servant Girl Murders by R.J. Hendricks II

America’s first serial killer is on the loose…

It’s 1885 in Austin, Texas, and a string of grisly murders has put the entire country on edge. Eight murders have happened within city limits, each in eerily similar circumstances, and the police are no closer to catching the culprit than when they started. Austin needs a hero to put an end to this brutal reign of terror, and fast.

Enter bounty hunter Frank Vito. Brought in by the marshal to help solve the Servant Girl Murders, as the papers are now calling them, Frank is damned and determined to put a stop to these killings…especially when they hit just a little too close to home.

But as always, Vito makes enemies along the way, including, perhaps, his daring partner Ellie Stockwell. With the killer hot on his trail and set on making Vito pay, it’s only a matter of time before this investigation comes to a violent, bloody end.

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$FREE on 7/24/2018 – The Nostradamus Equation by Christopher Cartwright

In 1562, Michel de Nostradamus led a small party on an expedition deep into the hostile Desert of Barbary, now known as the Sahara. Without any knowledge of what they might find, the small party had entered the vast desert in search of a miracle.

In the present day, Dr. Zara Delacroix enlists the help of Sam Reilly to hunt for answers about a book she believes was buried in the Sahara centuries earlier to protect humanity from some great catastrophe.

This ancient manuscript was named The Book of Nostradamus. . .

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