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At the End of the Storm by Marleen Pasch

Between Two Kings

by Olivia Longueville
The course of English and French history hangs in the balance. From the gloomy Tower of London to the opulent courts of England, France, and Italy, brimming with intrigue and danger – Anne Boleyn survives, becoming stronger and wiser, and fights to prove her innocence. Her hatred of Henry is inextricably woven into her existence.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

The Last Blast of the Trumpet

by Marie Macpherson
He wants to reform Scotland, but his enemies will stop at nothing to prevent him. Fiery reformer John Knox returns to a land on the brink of civil war. Victorious, he feels confident of his place leading the reform, until the charismatic young widow, Mary Queen of Scots, returns from France to claim her throne. She challenges his position and initiates a ferocious battle of wills as they strive to win the hearts and minds of the Scots.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

In the Blood

by Dave Hoing & Roger Hileman
The trouble with K.C. Brown’s dream of playing alto sax for a local jazz band is that she’s a nineteen-year-old white girl, the band members are middle-aged black men, the year is 1948, and they all live in a racially divided town in Iowa.
To succeed, she and the band must overcome resistance from both sides of the color barrier, and accept that ambition often comes with loss.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Raider of the Scottish Coast

by Marc Liebman
It’s 1775 and the American Revolution has begun. In England, the Royal Navy has one eye on the rebellious colonials and the other on its traditional enemy, the French. Two teenagers – Jaco Jacinto from Charleston, SC and Darren Smythe from Gosport, England – become midshipmen in their respective navies. Jacinto wants to help his countrymen win their freedom. Smythe has wanted to be a naval officer since he was a boy.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Brewer and the Portuguese Gold

by James Keffer
Aiden “Mac” Newly promoted to captain, William Brewer is tasked to serve and defend British interests in the waters off Brazil. But who defines what constitutes Britain’s Interests? Portugal’s former colony is declaring independence, and an independent Brazil might better serve Britain’s economic development. King George, however, chooses to support Portugal’s monarch and his efforts to retain the colony.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Shadows

by Chéri Vausé
Aiden “Mac” McManus is a young Navy Underwater Demolition Team leader sent by World War II’s Supreme Commander, General Eisenhower, to protect two French Résistance spies carrying microfilm of Hitler’s Secret Notebook containing all the formulas and processes for advanced weaponry created by Nazi scientists. But the mission goes horribly wrong.

Sulu Sea by Marshall Riggan

Sulu Sea

by Marshall Riggan
Once at sea, O’Hara discovers that the woman, Gabriella Torres, is the runaway wife of one of Colombia’s most powerful drug lords, and one of the crates she brought aboard contain millions of dollars she has stolen from her husband and the cartel. The chase is on. Juan Torres wants his wife back, but he wants his money more.

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.

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Raider of the Scottish Coast by Marc Liebman
Brewer and the Portuguese Gold by James Keffer
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