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The Exchange
The loves and trials of Squadron Leader, Colin Mcguire, an RAF pilot who crashes in the Gulf of Mexico and is captured by the Germans.
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The False Light
The coming of age of a young girl in Revolutionary France as she learns about murder, greed, and the danger of love. Blurb: Forced away from France by her devious guardian on the eve of the French Revolution, Countess Lisbette Jonquiere must deliver an important package to further the royalist cause. In England, she discovers the package is full of blank papers, the address is false, and she's penniless. Stranded in a Cornish village, Lisbette toils in a bawdy tavern and falls in love with a ... more info>>
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The Firebrand [House of Pendragon Series Book 1]
Despite the collar marking her as a slave of Dunn na Carraice, young Lin is fiercely determined to retain her pride and keep her family intact. That dignity bears a price, for Lin has drawn the wrath of Modred, the youngest prince of Orkney. His single-minded quest to break strong-willed Lin--by any means necessary--nearly succeeds. Although Lin is accustomed to the death, disease, rape and famine that runs rampant in the slave hovel she calls home, it is when her beloved brother Dafydd is place... more info>>
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The First Apostle
The first apostle is Camille Desmoulins, a pamphleteer and journalist during the French Revolution. Even as his quill runs with poison, he is devoted to his wife, Lucile.
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The First Max Brand Omnibus: Gunman's Reckoning; Ronicky Doone; Riders of the Silences
Three Classic Western Novels at One Low Price! The late Max Brand is considered one of the greatest western writers of all time. His blazing novels of romance and gunplay have been made into more than fifty movies, and have remained continuously in print since Brand's death more half a century ago. Here are three of his best books, complete and unabridged, for a price so low, it is one of the best bargains on the internet. In Gunman's Reckoning, when the wandering gunfighter Donnegan, with enemi... more info>>
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The First Zane Grey Omnibus: Riders of the Purple Sage; Light of Western Stars; Call of the Canyon
Three Novels By the Greatest Western Writer of All Time! Zane Grey knew the West. He'd lived there. His ancestors had helped pioneer it. That's why his stories of the frontier ring with authenticity and stirring action. Who can read his novels and not be swept away by their breathtaking thrills and heart-stirring romance. Now complete and unabridged, you can read three of Zane Grey's most acclaimed novels in one inexpensive eBook: Riders of the Purple Sage--the brave days of old Utah, the brave ... more info>>
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The Forever Girl
A romantic, yet unsparing and authentic novel of the destruction of the ancient cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum that far surpasses The Last Days of Pompeii. Young Kara is taken into captivity after Roman legionaries and their allies overrun her village. Within the space of a few months, she goes from being a cherished daughter of loving parents to an orphaned and exploited Roman slave. At the age of eight, she is cast adrift in a culture that has little regard for human life-especially a slave... more info>>
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The Fortune Hunter
On an afternoon late in April Feuerstein left his boarding-house in East Sixteenth Street, in the block just beyond the eastern gates of Stuyvesant Square, and paraded down Second Avenue.
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The Fortunes of Lal Faversham
The King of England is Dead! Murdered by a treasonous Parliament, beheaded and buried in a desecrated grave. His son, the rightful King Charles II, is a fugitive, living in exile in Scotland surrounded only by his closest friends and retainers. One of these is Lionel Faversham, loyal Cavalier and swordsman, handsome and elegant, the toast of what passes for society among the dour Scottish Presbyterians and the court-in-exile. His adventures, escapades, and his greatest romance make up the six st... more info>>
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The Gents [Book 1 of The Gents Series]
When Kentuckian Riley Stokes and Texan Cass McCasland join together and head to the frontier they are bound to encounter the best and the worst, and enlist in some of the greatest adventures known to the west. The two misfits agree to guard an Army paywagon that's headed for Fort Dodge, but when a half-Chinese, half-Kiowa squaw needs help rescuing her sister from whiskey runners who have destroyed her tribe, their loyalties change. The adventure continues for them but with trouble on their tail ... more info>>
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The Golden Dolphin and Other Pirate Tales from the Pulps
J. Allan Dunn -- one of the most popular writers for the pulp magazines of the early 20th Century -- wrote voluminously on every subject imaginable. Here are three of his swashbuckling tales of pirates, full of colorful action, beautiful women, and daring high-seas escapades! "The Golden Dolphin," a complete novel, tells the story of an expedition to discover what happened to a ship lost in the South Seas. "The Marooner," a novella, is the story of Long Tom Pugh, infamous buccaneer in the Caribb... more info>>
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The Golden Slave
100 B.C. The Cimbrian hordes galloped across the dawn of history and clashed in screaming battle against the mighty Roman legions. Eodan, son of Chief Boierek, has been on the war campaign for many years. The Cimbrain army has become a hungry homeless pagan tribe. Their sworn enemy, the Romans, they have battled against gloriously. But for all the burning towns, the new-caught women weeping, the wine drunk, the gold lifted, the Cimbri did not find a home. And after a mighty clash, the battle is ... more info>>
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The Grand Cham
One of Harold Lamb's last uncollected works, this short novel--a thrilling adventure spanning Turkey and Afghanistan, set in the time of the Crusades--offers a glimpse into a time of barbarism and heroicism, when Christians and Muslims were locked in war and kingdoms could be won--and lost--on the battlefield. Features a new introduction by Lamb-scholar Howard Jones. This particular book was an influence on Fantasy author Robert E. Howard. A Wildside Fiction Classic.
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The Graustark Trilogy: Graustark, Beverly of Graustark; Prince of Graustark
FOR LOVERS OF THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL, ZORRO AND DR. SYN! Royalty! Murder! Trials! Weddings! Imaginary Kingdoms! They're all in this classic trilogy of romance and adventure. In Graustark, it's 1900, and Grenfell Lorry is the indolent son of wealthy American parents. On a train in New England Lorry meets a mysterious young woman, Miss Guggenslocker, and finds himself irresistibly attracted. Soon he is following her across the ocean to Graustark, a small, remote mid-European kingdom threatened from... more info>>
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The Guns of Lazarus Thorne
With his daughter's life on the line?Lazarus Thorne turns once again to the gun to see her live?or die trying. The streets of Three Wells, Arizona turns into a bloody battle ground as outlaws seem to come out of the very woodwork. Shootings leave the town bereft of law until Marshal Shay O'Hara steps in to restore order. He asks Lazarus Thorne to assume the role of lawman. Lazarus is torn between duty as a man that has recently found himself in the role of father to an eight year old daughter he... more info>>
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The Hondo Kid [Longhorn Series Book 2]
He was fourteen. The Comanche slaughtered his parents and burned his house to the ground. His only brother never returned from the Civil War. Now the kid from Hondo, Texas had nothing or no one. What would he do? Where would he go? How would he live? A chance good Samaritan act in the middle of the desert changed the course of his life and gave him a way to survive in the most dangerous way possible.
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The Horse Thief and the Lady
Tall, serious-faced Mitt Stone runs away from the ranch and takes a freight job from Uvalde to the West. He is determined to make money and meet up with his buddy Bob Guthrie on the road. At Fort Davis he meets Lydia Lorrain, but Mitt fails the mother's test. He and Bob find a niche: buying mules cheap and selling them to the stage and freight line, but the Civil War has destroyed currency, and the draft looms. In San Antonio, Mitt's brother Sam has converted their paper to gold. With their budd... more info>>
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The House of Allerbrook [A Novel of Exmoor]
Lady-in-waiting Jane Sweetwater's resistance to the legendary attentions of Henry VIII may have saved her pretty neck, but her reward is a forced and unhappy marriage with a much older man and a harsh life on his farm. Her only consolation is that she still lives upon her beloved Exmoor, the bleak yet beautiful land that cradles Allerbrook House, her family home. Played out in this remote, forbidding place, Jane's long and storied life is fraught with change: her fiercely protective nature leads... more info>>
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The House of Lanyon [The Exmoor Saga]
Medieval. When two ambitious families occupy the same patch of English soil, rivalry is sure to take root and flourish. A glimmer of initiative swells into blind desire, and minor hurts, nursed with jealousy, fester into a malignant hatred. When a bitter feud is born the price for this wild and beautiful piece of ground will take more than three generations to settle. Richard Lanyon answers to no one save the aristocratic Sweetwater family, owners of the land he farms. His bitter resentment is ... more info>>
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The House of Pride and Other Tales of Hawaii
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The Hyghcock Chronicles
There's adventure aplenty when an Anglican priest, Maynard Hyghcock, is forced to become a whiskey smuggler to support his church in 1680's colonial America. Pirates and smugglers, Indians and African slaves, a co-conspirator beautiful widow who runs the local tavern and a British Naval officer determined to capture and hang our good priest as a pirate make for an exciting cast of characters. Authors E Michael Fisher and James C Bird's America of the 1680s is vibrant and alive, and THE HYGHCOCK ... more info>>
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The Inquest
In a magnificently conceived and executed historical novel, first-time writer Stephen Dando-Collins invents a historical conceit worthy of the work of Dan Brown and worthy of comparison with the huge, international bestseller THE DA VINCI CODE. During the reign of the Emperor Vespasian and shortly after Roman armies have crushed the Jewish revolt in Judea and destroyed the temple, a young Roman Questor and investigating magistrate, Julius Varro, is commissioned to investigate the story that a Je... more info>>
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The Joshua Machine
In the first half of the 1800's in Truro Massachussetts, the mysterious John Rills built a wind chime that he claimed would only sound in a wind higher than a hurricane. But John's best friend Justin has other matters on his mind, for his uncle Antrim has stolen his ship. Besides, Justin knows that there is no wind greater than that of a hurricane.
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The Jungle
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The Kansas Lawman's Proposal
Rachel St. Raimes is on the run, and Dodge City's no town for an innocent young seamstress. The only place wrongly accused Rachel can hide is with a traveling medicine show. But falling in love with an injured, sexy lawman throws out all her escape plans. Because once U.S. Marshal Nathan Montgomery learns the truth, there's nowhere Rachel's life� or heart�will be safe.
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