Category Archives: Historical Fiction

Forgiven by Geoff Lawson

Richard meets the love of his life and moves to a larger provincial town to pursue her, while she is the daughter of a successful entrepreneur and is used to the better things in life. Rachel is intelligent, cultured and … Continue reading

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A Straits Settlement by Brian Stoddart

(Superintendent Le Fanu Mystery Series Book 3) In the third installment of the Le Fanu Mystery series, the intrepid superintendent is promoted to Inspector-General of Police in 1920s Madras, which proves to be more boring than he had envisaged. Instead … Continue reading

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Lewisville by Alexandra Tidswell

Martha Grimm has a sorrowful secret, and her daughter Mary Ann is the only other person in New Zealand who knows it. Growing up dirt-poor in Willoughby, Warwickshire, in 1814, Martha dared to imagine a different life. Now she is … Continue reading

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Beware of the Dragon by Evan G.Andrew

When Laura Ansell arrives in Peking in 1899 as a young bride tension is already building at the British Legation with rumours of unrest among the local Chinese population. As the months pass and summer temperatures rise, the Boxer rebels … Continue reading

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The Spanish Woman by Evan G. Andrew

The beautiful Donna Luisa Isabella de Coyes Franchenos, escorted by her brothers, boards the ship at Barcelona with a heavy heart. She is sailing to Naples to meet for the first time, her elderly future husband. A savage storm dismasts the … Continue reading

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Shadows of Doubt by Evan G. Andrew

Sequel to Shadows in the Night Set in the Regency period just after the Napoleonic wars, ‘Shadows of Doubt,’ is the sequel to ‘Shadows in the Night,’ which follows the fortunes of Julia Farraday. A spirited young woman of independent … Continue reading

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Shadows in the Night by Evan G. Andrew

The violent world of smuggling is seen through the eyes of Julia, a spirited young woman who leaves the court of George III for a new life with her great-uncle in the country town of Winchelsea. How many people are … Continue reading

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