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Pirate Code by Helen Hollick

Pirate Code

by Helen Hollick
Ex-pirate Captain Jesamiah Acorne is in trouble. All he wants to do is marry his girl and live contented aboard his ship, Sea Witch, but Tiola’s husband refuses to grant a divorce unless Jesamiah retrieves some barrels of indigo and smuggles them out of the Spanish-held Caribbean island of Hispaniola.

In Northern Seas by Philip K. Allan

In Northern Seas

by Philip K. Allan
Captain Alexander Clay is given a new command, the Royal Navy frigate Griffin, and sent ahead of the British fleet on a vital diplomatic mission.Will Clay and his crew manage when they are drawn into the murky world of espionage and intrigue?

Captain James Lockwood

Captain James Lockwood

by Mark Bois

Newly promoted, Captain James Lockwood returns to active service. Following a painful departure from his family, he is to travel to his regiment at Gibraltar with a draft of new recruits, but at the last minute he is diverted to help suppress a slave revolt in the British colony of Guyana.

His Most Italian City by Margaret Walker

His Most Italian City

by Margaret Walker
Trieste, once the port of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, has become Italian. As fascism strives violently to create a pure Italy along its streets, Matteo Brazzi is forced to choose his loyalties with care. Too soon he discovers that not even Mussolini can save him from an enemy who is bent on revenge.

Shadow of Athena by Elena Douglas

Shadow of Athena

by Elena Douglas
In a cruel, centuries-old tradition, lovely sixteen-year-old Marpessa of Lokris is chosen by lot to serve as a slave for one year in distant Troy, across the Aegean Sea. She can return, but only if she survives.

Son of Thunder by Steven M. Moore

Son of Thunder

by Steven M. Moore
Esther Brookstone is at it again, this time obsessing about the life and times of St. John the Divine, all triggered by the discovery of a parchment hidden in the frame of a Botticelli painting that she authenticates. As in Rembrandt’s Angel, she soon gets into trouble, and her paramour, Interpol agent Bastiann van Coevorden, again comes to her aid.

The Measure of Ella by Toni Bird Jones

The Measure of Ella

by Toni Bird Jones

Sea-faring chef Ella Morgan is an honest woman—until her life falls apart. When her dream of owning a restaurant is shattered by the death of her father and loss of her inheritance, she is suddenly alone in the world. Desperate for money, she signs on as crew for a Caribbean drug run, only to find herself fighting for her life in an underworld ruled by violent men.

Dragon Blood by Bruce Woods

Dragon Blood

by Bruce Woods
Recently an auxiliary movement has sprung up. Reportedly consisting of young virgin women, from the ages of 12 to 18 and accounted uncommonly beautiful. They carry the name “Red Lanterns,” and claim the powers of flight, fire- starting, and miraculous healing.

The King's Sisters by Sarah Kennedy

The King's Sisters

by Sarah Kennedy
The Tudor court under an aging Henry VIII, he now has a son and heir, but his two daughters remain players in the political intrigues. Catherine is skilled enough to serve a former queen, but this may be the very quality that endangers her future. Catherine, as one of the king’s “reformed sisters,” is singled out, just as she realizes that she is carrying a third child and is thrust into the scheming.

What Hamlet Said by Terry Mort

What Hamlet Said

by Terry Mort
Hollywood in the Thirties: Nazi saboteurs, gangsters running gambling ships, British spies and diplomats, FBI agents, starlets looking for the big break, cheap hustlers on the fringes of the law, local cops–some are friends and some are adversaries, but all are involved somehow with Riley Fitzhugh, a private eye who’s wondering whether the death of an English aristocrat really was an accident.

The Turn of the Tide by Philip K. Allan

Bellerophon’s Champion: Pennywhistle at Trafalgar

by John M. Danielski
Deep within each man, lies the secret knowledge of whether he is a stalwart or a coward. Three years an un-blooded Royal Marine, 1st Lieutenant Thomas Pennywhistle will finally “meet the lion“ at the Battle of Trafalgar.

Brewer and the Barbary Pirates by James Keffer

Brewer and the Barbary Pirates

by James Keffer
It is said that a man is grown by his past, and so it was with William Brewer. In the end, Brewer has to use all he’s learned—not to mention going beyond all that—to save HMS Lydia  from total destruction at the hands of pirates.

Napoleon's Blackguards by Stephen McGarry

Napoleon's Blackguards

by Stephen McGarry
Spain 1808. A remarkable debut novel, Napoleon’s Blackguards introduces Captain James Ryan—brutally courageous, but haunted by the horrors of war. Wanted by the British for his part in the 1798 Irish Rebellion, he escapes to France and joins Napoleon’s Irish Legion. 

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Pirate Code by Helen Hollick
In Northern Seas by Philip K. Allan
Captain James Lockwood by Mark Bois
His Most Italian City by Margaret Walker
Shadow of Athena by Elena Douglas
The Measure of Ella by Toni Bird Jones
The Measure of Ella by Toni Bird Jones
Lieutenant James Lockwood at the Battle of Waterloo by Mark Bois
The King's Sisters by Sarah Kennedy
Dragon Blood by Bruce Woods
What Hamlet Said by Terry Mort
Sea Witch by Helen Hollick
The Turn of the Tide by Philip K. Allan
Bellerophon's Champion: Pennywhistle at Trafalgar by John M. Danielski
City of Ladies by Sarah Kennedy
Brewer and the Barbary Pirates by James Keffer
Napoleon's Blackguards by Stephen McGarry
Forgotten by Marc Liebman

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