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  • The Second Blast of the Trumpet by Marie Macpherson
    The Second Blast of the Trumpet (English, Hardback) Marie Macpherson

    1559. Freed after a stint in the galleys, the Scottish Reformer John Knox is fired up with his mission as God's messenger to strike at the roots of papistry. Prophet without honor in his own land, he is welcomed as chaplain to Edward VI in England. But by challenging the liturgy of the English Protestant Church, he makes dangerous enemies. With Edward's untimely death and the accession of the...

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  • The First Blast of the Trumpet by Marie Macpherson
    The First Blast of the Trumpet (English, Paperback) Marie Macpherson

    Hailes Castle, 1511. Midnight on a doom-laden Halloween and Elisabeth Hepburn, feisty daughter of the Earl of Bothwell, makes a wish?to wed her lover, the poet David Lindsay. But her uncle has other plans. To safeguard the interests of the Hepburn family, she is to become a nun and succeed her aunt as Prioress of St. Mary's Abbey, Haddington. However, plunged into the political maelstrom and...

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  • Actium's Wake by Ralph Jackman
    Actium's Wake (English, Hardback) Ralph Jackman

    Rome, 31BC. A century of civil wars has torn apart the Republic. Now, even the great general Mark Antony has betrayed the Senate, siding with the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. In this struggle for power, Senator Marcus Rutilius Crispus, a staunch republican, has thrown in his lot with Octavian, Rome's leading man. The final war of the conflict will be decided at Actium. In the chaos of the battle at...

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  • The Hermetica of Elysium by Annmarie Banks
    The Hermetica of Elysium (English, Paperback) Annmarie Banks

    1494 Barcelona. Thousands of books and manuscripts are lost to the flames as the Black Friars attempt to purge Europe of the ancient secrets of the gods and the bold new ideas that are ushering in the Renaissance. Words are Nadira's life. She is pursued as passionately for her rare skill as a reader of Ancient Greek, Latin, Arabic, and Hebrew, which makes her valuable to men who pursue the...

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  • The First Blast of the Trumpet by Marie Macpherson
    The First Blast of the Trumpet (English, Hardback) Marie Macpherson

    Hailes Castle, 1511. Midnight on a doom-laden Halloween and Elisabeth Hepburn, feisty daughter of the Earl of Bothwell, makes a wish?to wed her lover, the poet David Lindsay. But her uncle has other plans. To safeguard the interests of the Hepburn family, she is to become a nun and succeed her aunt as Prioress of St. Mary's Abbey, Haddington. However, plunged into the political maelstrom and...

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  • Hare by Peter Ranscombe
    Hare (English, Hardback) Peter Ranscombe

    When William Burke was hanged in Edinburgh for mass murder in 1829, his accomplice, William Hare, was set free after turning king's evidence against his partner-in-crime. Fleeing from a potential lynching in the Scottish capital, Hare headed for London, where rumours spread of his death in a lime pit at the hands of an angry mob. Thirty-four years later, a series of murders in Boston terrifies the...

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  • The Wells by Patrick Gooch
    The Wells (English, Paperback) Patrick Gooch

    In the summer of 1736, Marius Hope, a troubled young doctor, takes leave of his responsibilities at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, and journeys to The Wells (Royal Tunbridge Wells), an up-and-coming spa town set to rival Bath. Hope's idyllic new life is interrupted when he finds himself caught up in a series of events?two fatal fires and a death on the town racecourse. Hope is called upon...

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  • Inheritance by Victoria Wilcox
    Inheritance (English, Hardback) Victoria Wilcox

    The name Doc Holliday conjures images of the Wild West and the shootout at the OK Corral, but before he was a Western legend he was a Southern son, born in the last days of the Old South with family links to the author of Gone with the Wind. Now this amazing story is told for the first time in a trilogy of novels entitled Southern Son: The Saga of Doc Holliday. The story begins with Inheritance,...

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  • Harald Hardrada: The Last Viking by Michael Burr
    Harald Hardrada: The Last Viking (English, Paperback) Michael Burr

    In the dead of night, a band of Vikings ravage a lonely convent on the Brittany coast?and their fearsome leader makes a decision that will eventually lead to his downfall. Ranulf de Lannion is fifteen years old. Crippled, deformed, and abandoned by his family to the charity of the convent, he is seized by the Vikings during a midnight raid. Contemptuously nicknamed ?the Scraeling" by his captors,...

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  • Shadow of Athena by Elena Douglas
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  • Hare by Peter Ranscombe
    Hare (English, Paperback) Peter Ranscombe

    When William Burke was hanged in Edinburgh for mass murder in 1829, his accomplice, William Hare, was set free after turning king's evidence against his partner-in-crime. Fleeing from a potential lynching in the Scottish capital, Hare headed for London, where rumours spread of his death in a lime pit at the hands of an angry mob. Thirty-four years later, a series of murders in Boston terrifies the...

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  • American Baroque by Adam Littleton
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  • Wings of the Overlord by Morton Faulkner
    Wings of the Overlord (English, Hardback) Morton Faulkner

    Floreskand, where myth, mystery and magic reign. The sky above the city of Lornwater darkens as thousands of red tellars, the magnificent birds of the Overlord, wing their way towards dark Arisa. Inexplicably drawn to discover why, the innman Ulran sets out on a quest. Although he prefers to travel alone, he accedes to being accompanied by the ascetic Cobrora Fhord, who seems to harbour a secret...

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  • A Murder Country by Brandon Daily
    A Murder Country (English, Hardback) Brandon Daily

    The nineteenth century looms just a few years away, bringing with it the belief in progress and a new world. But for Josiah Fuller, William Corvin, and the Rider in the Appalachian backwoods and small towns of the late nineteenth century, there is nothing but a world where bloodshed is paid for in blood, and violence is the ultimate law of the land. When seventeen-year-old Josiah Fuller comes home...

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  • The Holy Lance by Andrew Latham
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  • The Last Decision by Victoria Wilcox
    The Last Decision (English, Hardback) Victoria Wilcox

    His name conjures images of the Wild West, of gunfights and gambling halls and a legendary friendship with the lawman Wyatt Earp. But before Doc Holliday was a Western legend he was a Southern son, born in the last days before the American Civil War and raised to be a Southern gentleman. Now the story of his life as told in Southern Son: The Saga of Doc Holliday comes to a dramatic conclusion in...

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