• Fiction
      May 2013


      A Tale of Two Worlds

      by Rob Collinge

      Genealogy, the search for one's ancestors, has become in recent years a hugely popular pastime, enjoyed by millions. Using a variety of genealogical tools, Rob Collinge has constructed a story in novel form, based on real events, that spans 1830s Germa

    • Fiction
      July 2010

      The Prison of Perspective

      by Rudolph Bader

      A chance encounter, a road accident, an air crash, a hold-up at a bank: How do such events connect people? How do people see the situations from their different perspectives? Three narrative strands follow the lives of three individuals - Peter, Cathy

    • Crime & mystery
      February 2015

      The Bad Apple

      by Emma Long

      Many of us during our lives will have the misfortune to meet a proverbial 'bad apple'. These people are rotten to the core and their destructive actions are often borne out of jealously. In the workplace, they pose a real and present danger adopting ex

    • Historical fiction
      May 2015

      Bloodie Bones: A Dan Foster Mystery

      by Lucienne Boyce

      “Parsons and tyrants friends take note. We have born your oppreshuns long enough. We will have our parish rights or else Bloodie Bones will drink your blood.” When Lord Oldfield encloses Barcombe Wood, depriving the p

    • Fiction
      April 2015

      Secrets of the Pomegranate

      by Barbara Lamplugh

      Passionate, free-spirited Deborah has finally found peace and a fulfilling relationship in her adopted city of Granada – but when she

    • Fiction
      June 2011

      Harold the King

      by Helen Hollick

      Two men. One Kingdom. One Crown. England Harold Godwinesson, a young respected Earl, rides to inspect his new Earldom of Essex and East Anglia. He meets and falls in love with beautiful Edyth Swannhaels – Edyth the Fair. She wi

    • Fiction
      October 2011

      The Kingmaking

      Book 1 in the Pendragon's Banner Trilogy

      by Helen Hollick

      450 AD. Britain is in chaos. Morgause wants power for herself, and resents the indifference of her lover, Uthr. Uthr lost his kingdom to his enemy but now he is back with a boy, Arthur, at his side. His intention? To defeat the us

    • Fiction
      June 2011

      Sea Witch

      The First Voyage of CaptainJesamiah Acorne

      by Helen Hollick

      TROUBLE FOLLOWS CAPTAIN JESAMIAH ACORNE LIKE A SHIP'S WAKE: The Time: The golden age of piracy – 1716 The Place: The pirate round – from Africa to the Caribbean At 15 Jesamiah Acorne escapes the bullying of his elder

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