Alternate History

The Eagle and the Viper

By Loren D. Estleman - Published 2021

Genres:

Alternate HistoryThriller

Napoleon Bonaparte is First Consul of France, but there is a plot afoot to kill him. Written by the brilliant, award-winning Loren D. ...Read Review

The Sterling Directive

By Tim Standish - Published 2020

Genres:

Alternate HistoryMystery/Crime

Set in an alternate Victorian England of 1896, this debut novel tells of Captain Charles Maddox, who has been exiled to Canada for ten ...Read Review

The Court of Miracles

By Kester Grant - Published 2020

Genres:

Alternate HistoryChildren/Young Adult

Nina is the heroine in this young adult novel set in a reimagined Paris where the French Revolution has failed and the city ...Read Review

Billy (the Kid): A Novel

By Peter Meech - Published 2020

Genres:

Alternate HistoryWestern

In 1881, Sheriff Pat Garrett shot young Billy the Kid dead. Or did he? Set fifty-one years later in Pueblo, Colorado, this story finds ...Read Review

Shadows of Annihilation (A Novel of an Alternate World War)

By S.M. Stirling - Published 2020

Genres:

Alternate History

In an alternate 1917, America, led by President Teddy Roosevelt, has taken over Mexico as a protectorate. Germany controls Europe and Russia. Paris lies ...Read Review

The Starspun Web

By Sinéad O'Hart - Published 2019

Genres:

Alternate HistoryChildren/Young Adult

Tess de Sousa is no ordinary girl! Left as an infant on the steps of Ackerbee’s Home for Lost and Foundlings, she ...Read Review

The Great Eastern

By Howard Rodman - Published 2019

Genres:

Alternate History

I have never read anything quite like The Great Eastern – an addictive, steampunk fantasy that blends 19th-century fact with characters from 19th-century fiction. ...Read Review

Wicked By Design

By Katy Moran - Published 2019

Genres:

Alternate HistoryRomance

This is the sequel to False Lights (2017), written under the name K J Whittaker, although it can be read as a stand-alone novel. ...Read Review

Westside

By W.M. Akers - Published 2019

Genres:

Alternate History

Akers imagines a fence thirteen miles long dividing the Manhattan of 1921 into two parts: eastside and westside. The eastside appears to be all ...Read Review

Liberation Square

By Gareth Rubin - Published 2019

Genres:

Alternate HistoryMystery/CrimeThriller

Liberation Square asks the reader to imagine a very different 1952, a world in which, instead of a divided Berlin, London and the United ...Read Review

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