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The Captain’s Nephew

By Philip K. Allan - Published 2017

Genres:

AdventureNautical

During the 1790s, fighting between England and France on the Atlantic become continuous battles. At this time, HMS Agrius, captained by Percy Follett ...Read Review

Benjamin Franklin and the Quaker Murders

By John Harmon McElroy - Published 2018

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Mystery/Crime

Captain James Jamison, a Revolutionary War veteran, is summoned one evening in 1785 to the home of Benjamin Franklin. A recent murder in Philadelphia ...Read Review

Brewer’s Revenge

By James Keffer - Published 2017

Genres:

AdventureNautical

Commander William Brewer is reveling in his first opportunity to captain a ship. To be sure, the HMS Revenge is a smaller ship ...Read Review

Capital’s Punishment

By John Danielski - Published 2017

Genres:

AdventureMilitaryNautical

On 24 August 1814, near Bladensburg, Maryland, Royal Marine Captain Pennywhistle is scouting for a suitable spot for British Congreve rockets. The British force, heading ...Read Review

A Cherry Blossom in Winter

By Ron Singerton - Published 2017

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Russia in the early 1900s is a nation beginning to unravel because of corruption and rebellion. Those in Tsar Nicholas II’s regime ...Read Review

An Argument of Blood

By J.A. Ironside - By Matthew Willis - Published 2017

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Set in the earlier years of William the Conqueror’s rule over Normandy, An Argument of Blood opens with him as a young, ...Read Review

Mistress Suffragette

By Diana Forbes - Published 2017

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Rhode Island debutante Penelope Stanton has lost her chance to make an advantageous marriage due to her father’s failed business during the ...Read Review

Assassins of Kantara

By James Boschert - Published 2017

Genres:

Adventure

In 1179, the Frankish former soldier and trained assassin, Talon, is a rich merchant living in a villa in Muscat. He lives with his ...Read Review

Hand of Glory

By Susan Boulton - Published 2016

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Captain Giles Hardy narrowly escapes death in Passchendaele and eventually returns home to Stafford, England, haunted by what he witnessed in the Great ...Read Review

The Silk and the Sword

By Ron Singerton - Published 2016

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

This book’s title reflects Rome’s desire to control the silk trade, which meant destroying its primary competitor in the 1st century ...Read Review