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A listing of books written by members of this forum. Please see instructions below on how to add your book(s) to this listing.
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Post by marklord » Tue June 3rd, 2014, 11:00 am

So can I go in an edit that list myself - I thought I had to post my titles on this thread and then they would at some point be updated on the other thread listing the titles - is that correct.

Sorry if I have misunderstood something.
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Post by MLE (Emily Cotton) » Tue June 3rd, 2014, 2:28 pm

Actually, I am the one who didn't check the first post. I suppose that the list needs to be officially updated.

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1900 / Barcelona

Post by Barcelona » Mon May 18th, 2015, 8:38 am

Jonathan Coan Daifuku (Barcelona), The Barcelona Journal Murders A tale of crime, mystery and love. Professor C… is a photographer in Barcelona 1906. Will the camera prove mightier than the sword?

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Sword of the Gladiatrix

Post by fljustice » Fri May 22nd, 2015, 3:04 pm

First Century/Rome
Sword of the Gladiatrix
Faith L. Justice (fljustice)
Two women forced to fight for their lives and the Romans' pleasure seek to replace lost friendship and love in each other's arms.
Faith L. Justice, Author Website

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Re: Guidelines and Additions

Post by Mim » Tue April 19th, 2016, 5:31 pm

Miriam Feinberg Vamosh (mim) “The Scroll,” set in first-century A.D. Roman, Judaeo-Christian Palestine, tells of a woman who survived the mass suicide at Masada and her descendants’ struggles against the backdrop of tumultuous Holy Land times. http://bit.ly/1Nt8TqL .

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The Manhattan Novellas

Post by Harald » Sat December 31st, 2016, 5:28 am

early 17th century (North America)
Harald Johnson (Harald) - The Manhattan Series. A novella series about the birth of New York City and the island at its center: Manhattan.

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Post by Gordopolis » Thu May 25th, 2017, 11:31 am

Late Antiquity military adventures in 'Legionary: Empire of Shades' (Gordon Doherty)

379 AD: Thracia has fallen to the Gothic horde…

With the ashes of Adrianople still swirling in the air, the Eastern Roman Empire is in turmoil. The emperor is dead, the throne lies empty and the remaining fragments of the army are few and scattered. Numerius Vitellius Pavo, now Tribunus of the XI Claudia, tries to hold his patchwork ranks together amidst the storm. One of the few legions to have survived the disaster at Adrianople, the Claudia do what they can to keep alive the dying flame of hope.

When word spreads of a new Eastern Emperor, those hopes rise. But the coming of this leader will stir the Gothic War to new heights. And it will cast Pavo headlong into the sights of the one responsible for the East’s plight – a man mighty and seemingly untouchable, and one who will surely crush any who dares to challenge him.

From the ashes of Adrianople, new heroes will rise… with dark ghosts in close pursuit.

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Post by Gordopolis » Wed February 12th, 2020, 5:02 pm

The latest from me :)

What hope has one forgotten soldier of bringing an emperor to justice?

Winter, 382 AD. The Gothic War is over. After years of bloodshed, the Eastern Roman Empire and the Goths have struck a deal for peace. Imperial heralds crow about the treaty as if it were a triumph. Feasts and celebrations take place across the Eastern provinces. Every hero of the war is honoured and acclaimed... except one.

Tribunus Pavo languishes in exile, haunted by a dark truth: that it was Gratian, Emperor of the West – the most powerful man alive – who caused the war and manipulated its every turn. Tormented by memories of loved ones lost during the great conflict, one word tolls endlessly through Pavo’s mind: Justice!

But in this great game of empire, justice rarely comes without a grave cost…

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