Tag: historical fiction

Aeternum

Aeternum

| February 11, 2019

Evolution is painful…? ?Mika is a continuous, living energy evolving through generations of various life forms, carrying the memories of every past existence, and eventually, she becomes human. It’s at this stage that she connects with another like soul, Ari, and they find each other lifetime after lifetime. In a battle in Carthage, a Viking […]

Throw-Away Faces

Throw-Away Faces

| February 5, 2019

A string of patricides rocks 1916 Dublin and a washed-up Scottish doctor receives a mysterious manuscript from a fellow Scotsman recounting his dark experiences in the pioneer city of Seattle in 1889. As the doctor reads the manuscript, he’s made aware the murders in Seattle are connected to those in Dublin and he and the […]

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The Last Stoic

The Last Stoic

| February 2, 2019

“Morgan has written a book that is highly original and beautifully executed. The balance between the Roman world and the modern world is maintained with skill and adroitness, and the narrative is deftly woven through both of these time periods, never faltering or losing momentum. The Last Stoic is a fascinating, parallel look at two […]

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The Mountain of the Wolf: A Novella

The Mountain of the Wolf: A Novella

| January 31, 2019

This Red Riding Hood is willing to walk into the wolf’s den. But will she find what she is seeking? In the shadow of the mountain, Rosa Jean Kennedy lives alone, waiting. Vengeance for her brother’s death is the only object left in her life, the one thing that steels her resolve to continue in […]

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Blossom on the Thorn

Blossom on the Thorn

| January 28, 2019

1195“I should have had nothing to do with those accursed Angevins. I should have run like hell in the opposite direction.” Giles de Soutenay can scarcely be blamed for his disappointment. Promised an heiress by Queen Eleanor, he is dismayed to discover that, although young and attractive, his bride has all the warmth of a […]

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A Medieval Tale: First Lessons

A Medieval Tale: First Lessons

| January 25, 2019

An amusing Medieval tale on the same wavelength as the highly acclaimed OUTLANDER Enjoy the complete series now Being a genius Medical school graduate and a sporty and active girl, Aliya dies suddenly in a car accident… only to find herself reborn in a completely different body in the middle of a half-ruined castle during […]

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Dracula: Son of the Dragon

Dracula: Son of the Dragon

| January 24, 2019

A man of many names. Revered, reviled and misrepresented.Vlad Basarab. The Impaler. Dracula.This is the man behind the name and the man behind the man Gregory Tordai, born to impoverished nobility, is just a man when he leaves home for the reaches of Dracula’s Wallachia. And there, through fortune and fate, Gregory finds himself as […]

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Lincoln’s Paramour

Lincoln’s Paramour

| January 22, 2019

Lincoln’s Paramour is a fictional novel about our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, and his secret lover, Maisie Ford, a beautiful slave girl; a lifetime romance that began on a plantation where the two met as children all the way up to his assassination. The storyline features their relationship and the kinship Abe shared with his […]

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The Soldier’s Gene: One family eight battles 850 years

The Soldier’s Gene: One family eight battles 850 years

| January 18, 2019

The Soldier’s Gene cleverly fills a gap between factual history books and the general historical novel. Tracing the passage of genes for nearly 850 years through the descendants of one man, is an interesting departure from the norm and adds an intriguing slant to what remains a novel. The mixture of facts of the various […]

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Bridles Lane (West Country Trilogy Book 1)

Bridles Lane (West Country Trilogy Book 1)

| December 30, 2018

Cornwall, England. 1740. They say only the brave ride Bridles Lane at night. Vicar Richard Dodge speaks of ghosts and demons, conducting elaborate exorcisms in his churchyard overlooking the lane. And with the villagers sheltering in fear, local smugglers carry their haul up the road to be hidden in the safety of the church. Isaac […]

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