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Ripples in the Sand by Helen Hollick

Ripples in the Sand

by Helen Hollick
Approaching England’s North Devon Coast Captain Jesamiah Acorne is worried. A Royal Navy frigate is trailing in his wake and Sea Witch has a hidden cache of brandy and indigo aboard. His instinct is to hoist full sail and flee, but he cannot attract attention, for his wife, Tiola, is ill and getting worse.

Taken to the Grave by Craig Godfrey

Taken to the Grave

by Craig Godfrey
Caspian Hunter, is a colonial lawman deeply immersed in the life and crimes of Hobart Town, where convicts transported from Mother England form a majority of the population. Misfits and unsavoury characters come this remote outpost of the British Empire to get as far away as possible from whatever lives they seek to leave behind. This is Caspian’s town.

A Blossom in the Ashes by Ron Singerton

A Blossom in the Ashes

by Ron Singerton
Tad, elder son of Russian-Japanese parents, flies planes for the U.S. Navy; his brother, Koizumi, is a fighter pilot in the Imperial Navy of Japan. As American bombs fall on Japan, Tad fears that he will never see Sayuri again. Commitment, terror, compassion and unswerving loyalty comprise a story of unyielding nations in a world gone mad.

At the End of the Storm by Marleen Pasch

At the End of the Storm

by Marleen Pasch
Daria Demarest is divorcing successful but unfaithful Ted. She’s lost her glam job as a network talk show host, and she’s discovered that Ted’s secret gambling habit drained their substantial savings. With no alimony, she’s raising two teens in 1990’s image-is-all Connecticut.

Epitaph for a Dream by Terry Mort

Epitaph for a Dream

by Terry Mort
The eve of World War Two. A Hollywood producer’s murdered wife. A stolen painting signed “Picasso.” French gangsters. Private Detective Riley Fitzhugh, travels from Hollywood to the Riviera, Paris and London, in search of his client’s vanished Dream Girl.

Napoleon's Blackguards by Stephen McGarry

The Girl Who Was Me Is Gone

by Michael Brown
Nora, a young Irish heiress and her friend, Anne, lose family and friends through plague and Oliver Cromwell’s cruel invading forces. Escaping with a valuable family document, Nora and Anne leave Ireland for Jamestown in America.

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.

Pirate Code by Helen Hollick

Bring It Close

by Helen Hollick
Too much trouble has come too close! Jesamiah Acorne, Captain of the Sea Witch, has accepted a government-granted amnesty against his misdeeds of piracy, but old enemies do not forget the past. In particular Edward Teach – Blackbeard himself – has a bone to pick with Acorne.

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.

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.

Latest Penmore Press Releases

Sulu Sea by Marshall Riggan
Ripples in the Sand by Helen Hollick
Taken to the Grave by Craig Godfrey
A Blossom in the Ashes by Ron Singerton
At the End of the Storm by Marleen Pasch
Epitaph for a Dream by Terry Mort
The Girl Who Was Me Is Gone by Michael Brown
Bring It Close by Helen Hollick
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

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