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Lion of Scythia [Scythian Trilogy Book 1]
Alexander the Great has conquered the Persian Empire and is marching eastward to India. In his wake he leaves small groups of soldiers to govern great tracts of land and diverse peoples. Nikometros is a young cavalry captain left behind in the lands of the fierce nomadic Scythian horsemen. Captured after an ambush, he must fight for his life and the lives of his surviving men. He seeks an opportunity to escape but owes a debt of loyalty to the chief, and a developing love for the young priestess... more info>>
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The Princes Bound [The Princes Book 1]
Murder, abduction, and rebellion threaten the peace of the kingdom, and Nadia is caught in the middle of it all. Can she find a way to stop the events sure to destroy them all by surrendering her heart to a handsome prince, or will fate get in the way? Prince Mathis wants nothing but peace for his kingdom, while his brother, Prince Talin, seems determined to align his own kingdom with their family's sworn enemy through an alliance in the form of marriage. Mathis will be damned if he will witne... more info>>
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Quantrill's Gold
Kansas/Missouri border, 1880. A time of relative peace, but war crimes and lingering hatreds still lurk beneath the surface. When ex-outlaw Hoge Farrell is chased into a lonely stage-station one stormy night, he meets Garth, an ex-Confederate guerrilla who has returned to retrieve a cache of gold buried during the Civil War. Suddenly, the young Texan is plunged into a world of greed, double-crosses and violence as disparate factions with their own agendas seek to possess Quantrill's Gold!
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Crow Feather
Wyoming Territory, 1890. Hardin Locke is a young mixed-blood Cheyenne and has inherited the vast Thunderhead Ranch that lies at the foot of the Bighorn Mountains. In the final years of the nineteenth century, rapid changes are coming to Wyoming Territory, and Indian rights are non-existent? which suits the land-grabbing magnate J.J. Johnson, who is quite content to resort to embezzlement, corruption and even murder to get what he wants! False arrest, imprisonment and dispossession of his lands ... more info>>
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Forbidden Desires
Taken off the streets of San Francisco and forced into slavery for a Chinese ship's captain, Diana Marke thought she'd never see her husband or infant son again, if she lived long enough to return to America. She never imagined the husband she trusted could commit murder, much less conspire to end her life and that of their child. Neither did she consider the vile man who captured her could ever be more than a criminal in her eyes. Shang cursed himself for ever thinking he could do business wit... more info>>
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The Witch's Wolf
She was a witch in need of a protector--he was known as The Wolf, the most dangerous man in England, he was the man she needed--he was The Witch's Wolf. This title is a reissue.
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Last Lord of the Levee
Henry Sweeney must choose between rescuing a stunning girl from brutal rape at the hands of two demon-eyed Italian men and killing them, or turning his back on the girl and returning to the saloon where he deals poker. Sweeney knows either decision will forever change his life. Saving Emma from unspeakable acts and life in the brothels of the Chicago Levee is only the beginning of their life together. They face streets filled with chaos and a city under the control of clashing mob factions as Pr... more info>>
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Crossed Trails
Joshua Ryder ashamed of being an outlaw's son and convinced he carries bad blood, leaves Texas in the spring of 1876 with a trail herd of longhorns bound for Montana. The following spring he heads west with plans to settle near the Pacific Ocean and live in solitude with just his books and his horses for company. But a Nez Perce woman and her baby change his plans and he ends up in Virginia City, Montana. There an old washerwoman, a small half Chinese girl, and a young woman with red curls furth... more info>>
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The Secrets of Camelot
Queen Guinevere is keeping a secret from her husband and now her life and the city of Camelot could be in danger unless King Arthur's love is strong enough to save them both. Lady Guinevere was betrothed to Prince Arthur as a young child and now that he has become the king, he is ready to make the young woman his wife. Knowing she will be the Queen of Camelot is exciting but what Guinevere wants more than anything, is to be one of Arthur's Knights of the Roundtable. With her raw beauty ... more info>>
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The Long Shooters
In the grinding death mill of the trenches of Petersburg, Virginia, in the closing days of the Civil War, a Union sharpshooter -- a "long-shooter" named Ballou -- emerges as the best sniper in a war where wholesale slaughter became the norm. Ballou perfected the art of the judicious killer. His ability with his cherished Stephens target rifle is legendary, making a nearly miraculous shot that no one else -- North or South -- could accomplish. After the war, he disappears? Samuel Roark is a smal... more info>>
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The Raven's Lady
A lonely, betrayed woman ... A man seeking his mate ... brought together across a thousand years and a thousand miles. Rational scientist Eibhlin Fitzgerald tries to relegate the seven-foot-tall warrior to her imagination, but with his flowing black hair, his black eyes alternately burning with desire and flashing with humor, he becomes more real to her than her cheating ex-husband. Warrior horseman Brandubh mac Dougal vows no other woman will fill the emptiness of his life but the tall, lushly... more info>>
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Until the Sun Falls
Cecelia Holland's historical fiction is well known for its immersion in exotic cultures, and UNTIL THE SUN FALLS, one of her most successful books, takes the reader into the heart of the Mongol horde during the conquest of Russia and eastern Europe in the 13th century. Genghis Khan had told his people they were destined to rule the world and by his death they had made an impressive start. His four sons followed him to the leadership of the enormous new empire and continued the expansion. His ... more info>>
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Divine Devil
Sebastian is quite happy with his life just as it is, but when he is called upon to become guardian to his missing friend's daughter, he rises to the occasion--literally, but that is only part of what transforms his comfortable existence into one of powerful chaos. For Kathryn Marshall, to his dismay, is neither the child he imagined, a shy little miss, or even a well brought up young woman. How could she be when her father holds the title of the worst rake in England?
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Floating Gold
From a beach near Portsmouth, Captain Quintrell observes a fleet of ships little knowing he will soon have command of a frigate and be entrusted with secret orders. Unaware of the dangers awaiting him, he sails south where sabotage, murder and the rumblings of a volcanic island pose as much threat as a broadside from a French man-of-war. Historical Nautical Adventure by Margaret Muir; originally published by Robert Hale [UK]
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Khama
Khama is the story of a boy destined to lead the South African Amakonko tribe who has to create an army of specially-trained warriors to seize leadership from a vengeful and devious uncle, and who eventually grows to conquer mightier neighboring tribes, thanks to his military genius. The story is inspired by the legendary Shaka Zulu.
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Replenish the Earth
When Sarah Mortonby's mother dies in poverty, Sarah learns she has inherited the family estate. Instead of selling the crumbling manor house to her neighbour, Mr. Sewell, she decides to keep it. Desperately needing help to manage her land, Sarah proposes to her bailiff, Will Pursley, who was himself dispossessed of his farm by Sewell. But Sewell is furious and intends to get his way? Historical Romance by Anna Jacobs; originally published by Severn House [UK]
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Patriot: At Any Cost
A World War II 'Homefront' Adventure Lillian wants nothing more than to join the war effort, especially since her childhood sweetheart is headed to war -- and promising to write -- to her gorgeous adversary, Celia. Her accidental introduction to injured pilot Callahan sets her on an unexpected path. She joins the Civil Patrol, but suspects the war will hardly be coming to Maine's quiet shores. Or, will it? Excerpt: They were far from the sight or sound of people. She could hardly outpace him ... more info>>
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The Dutch: Prelude to their Golden Age: A Historical Novel
In the Sixteenth century the Dutch people established the right of a people to govern themselves, by challenging the Divine Right of a King to rule a nation. It was the most radical revolutionary idea of its day. The eighty year war that followed was the prime precursor to the American Revolution two hundred later. This novel is the story of that evolution. Excerpt: "Both watched the seemingly endless flow of enemy horsemen disembarking from the distant causeway. These German mercenaries were ... more info>>
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Without Refuge
In the wake of the French Revolution, a woman fights for success in New Orleans while searching for her lost lover. Ruined countess, Bettina Jonquiere, leaves England after the reported drowning of her lover. In New Orleans she struggles to establish a new life for her children. Soon a ruthless Frenchman demands the money stolen by her father at the start of the French Revolution. In this sequel to The False Light, Bettina is forced on a dangerous mission to France to recover the funds. She unr... more info>>
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Return to Silver Creek
RETURN TO SILVER CREEK Arizona, 1882. Laura and Garet Havelock's cabin on Silver Creek is only temporary until Garet can build their dream horse ranch. But first he must leave her and go north for horseflesh to stock their range and make their dream a reality. The dream turns into a nightmare when Laura is attacked and abused by a vicious stranger. Garet returns to an empty home? and a heart-rending mystery. While he searches for his wife, he stumbles on a potential range war between sheep her... more info>>
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Her Beguiling Bride
Genre: Lesbian Historical Previous Book: Beguiled A St. Paddy's Day Fling! Three years have passed since Belle Holloway gave her heart to Alice O'Malley, the brash woman Union soldiers left on the doorstep of Belle's Georgia plantation. Now Reconstruction Era taxes threaten their home, and Belle must decide between the female lover whose touch sets her flesh and soul ablaze. Or a cold marriage to a wealthy man and an even colder bed. In hopes of saving the plantation, Belle and Alice travel to S... more info>>
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THREE BY BRAND: ALCATRAZ, THE GARDEN OF EDEN, BULL HUNTER
Max Brand was one of the most prolific and, at his best, masterful writers of western fiction who ever lived. Brand penned over 300 westerns. But he was never happy with his success. Brand's westerns were authentic. He had grown up working as a hand on the ranches of the San Joaquin Valley, in a time just before the coming of the horseless carriage, when a man who couldn't ride a horse wasn't going very far in the world. As these three western novels prove. Alcatraz is a novel of love: that o... more info>>
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Showdown on the Hogback
A rarely reprinted pulp magazine novel from bestselling western novelist Louis L'Amour. Showdown on the Hogback was first published in Giant Western magazine August 1950 under the pseudonym Jim Mayo. Years later, as was Louis L'Amour's habit, it was rewritten as Showdown at Yellow Butte. Was any gunfighter ever in a worse predicament? Tom Kedrick found himself caught between two sides - and he was both those sides! Hired by a big land syndicate to drive out what he is told are dangerous squatter... more info>>
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Pacific Paradox
A Baronet's son, na´ve and irresponsible, must fend for himself in the South Pacific. He survives hardship, kidnap and mugging before getting tangled up in the Japanese invasion of Guadalcanal.
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Of Dove and Falcon
Can doves and falcons live peacefully together? The FitzStephen and Farles family's try during sixteenth century England under the reigns of three very different monarchs
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