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The Eagle Of The Twelfth
- Paperback - Corgi
They are known as the Legion of the Damned. Throughout the Roman Army, the Twelth Legion is notorious for its ill fortune. It faces the harshest of postings, the toughest of campaigns, the most vicious of opponents. For one young man, Demalion of Macedon, joining it will be a baptism of fire.
- Paperback - PlashMill Press
Like Chaff In The Wind
- Paperback - Matador
Matthew Graham committed the mistake of his life when he cut off his brother's nose. In revenge, Luke Graham has Matthew abducted and transported to the colony of Virginia to be sold as indentured labour.
Son Of Blood
- Paperback - Allison & Busby
Under Robert Guiscard, the de Hautevilles have grown in importance and power throughout Italy and, through the Papacy, all of Christendom. Now it is Robert's son Bohemund's turn to take up arms - the opportunity to fight under the papal banner in the Holy Lands could bring him the glory and riches he desires.
The Flower Reader
- Paperback - Arrow Books
With her dying breath, Mary of Guise entrusts a silver casket containing explosive secret papers to the young Scottish heiress, Rinette Leslie. She makes Rinette promise to keep the casket hidden and only to give it to Mary, Queen of Scots, now on her way home from France to ascend the throne.
The Day Without Yesterday
- Hardback - Polygon
'The Day Without Yesterday' is the third book in Stuart Clark's series dramatising the history of astronomy. The novel is based on the true story of Albert Einstein and Georges Lemaître, the two men who forged our modern understanding of the cosmos.
The Sensorium Of God
- Paperback - Polygon
'The Sensorium of God' is the second of a trilogy of novels inspired by the dramatic struggles, personal and professional, and key historical events in man's quest to understand the Universe.
The Fairbairn Girls
- Hardback - Severn House
1891. The rich, aristocratic Fairbairn family have occupied Lochlee Castle in Argyllshire for the past 500 years. The present head of the family, the Earl of Rothbury, is celebrating joyous times with the engagement of his second daughter. Then a sinister-looking man is spotted cursing the family, wishing them all appalling unhappiness, under the nearby Rowan tree - an ancient tree believed to hold magical powers.
Requiem: The Fall Of The Templars
- Paperback - Hodder
1295 AD. The Holy Land is lost and the Knights Templar are in disarray. Templar Knight Will Campbell returns to find his Scottish homeland under attack by Edward I and a new threat is rising in France where a warrior king will stop at nothing to achieve his twisted ambitions.
Running Against The Tide
- Hardback - Robert Hale
It's 1800 and with the new century comes a rising tide of optimism, especially in the port of London where the ambitious West India Dock is being built. This modern strucure will bring increasing prosperity to shipping companies, but at what cost to the humble watermen who currently transport the goods to shore?