Historical Fiction


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    The Surfacing
    Cormac James - Paperback - Sandstone Press
    'The Surfacing' is set largely on board a ship in the 1850s, searching for Franklin's lost expedition. It's a challenging and dangerous endeavour in a very male world - that is until Morgan, the second-in-command of the Impetus, realises there is a pregnant stowaway on board and that he is the father. It is too late to turn back, the ice is closing in, and the child will have to be born into the vast and icy wilderness of the Arctic.
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    Sidney Chambers And The Shadow Of Death
    James Runcie - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    The first in a series of six detective novels which move from the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth in 1953 to the wedding of Charles and Diana in 1981, 'Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death' introduces an unforgettable and unlikely new hero in the form of a crime-fighting vicar with a keen interest in cricket, warm beer and hot jazz.
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    Spartacus
    Lewis Grassic Gibbon - Paperback - Hesperus Press
    This historical novel, based on an intimate knowledge of the historical background and a perceptive understanding of human nature, is a fictional adventure, and a history of people in the grip of exploitation and oppression.
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    The Shallow Seas: A Tale Of Two Cities, Singapore And Batavia
    Dawn Farnham - Paperback - Monsoon
    Charlotte Macleod is 19, pregnant and alone in 1842. She is fleeing a scandalous liasion with her married Chinese lover, a liaison which would bring ruin on him, herself, and her brother, Robert, the police chief of Singapore. When Tigran Manouk, the richest merchant in Batavia, capital of the Dutch East Indies, asks for her hand in marriage, the choice is no choice. Through loss and pain, Charlotte will find a way to make a life with a man she does not love in a town she does not understand. Until she returns to Singapore, to the town where the man she loves waits for her, to face the hardest decision of her life.
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    A Sea Of Troubles
    David Donachie - Paperback - Allison & Busby
    1794. In the wake of the glorious 1st of June, an equivocal success for the Royal Navy over Revolutionary France, John Pearce has pressing matters to which he must attend. He has an urgent commission from Lord Hood, he must track down Midshipman Toby Burns.
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    Soldier Of Crusade
    Jack Ludlow - Paperback - Allison & Busby
    Bohemund is heading east into the Byzantine Empire, part of the greatest military expedition of medieval times, the Papal Crusade, to take back the holy places of Christendom from the infidel. But Bohemund has his own agenda: the increase of his own riches, fiefdoms and influence at any cost.
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    The Sorcerer
    Jack Whyte - Paperback - Sphere
    The sixth volume of Jack Whyte's Camulod series sees Merlyn the Sorcerer finally ready to realise his sacred dream - to present Arthur as the Riothamus, the High King of Britain.
  • Cover scan of Sidney Chambers And The Shadow Of Death

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    Sidney Chambers And The Shadow Of Death
    James Runcie - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    The first in a series of six detective novels which move from the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth in 1953 to the wedding of Charles and Diana in 1981, 'Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death' introduces an unforgettable and unlikely new hero in the form of a crime-fighting vicar with a keen interest in cricket, warm beer and hot jazz.
  • Cover scan of Sisters Of The Bruce, 1292-1314
    Sisters Of The Bruce, 1292-1314
    J. M. Harvey - Paperback - Matador
    Set against the wild and perilous background of Scotland in the late 13th century, the adventurous lives of Robert the Bruce's five sisters come to life through their own words in a series of letters.
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    Son Of Blood
    Jack Ludlow - 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.

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