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Stoney
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Location: Corpus Christi, TX
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Postby Stoney » Mon March 12th, 2012, 6:04 pm

"Stoney" wrote:20th Century, America. Treadwell, A Novel of Alaska Territory, Book One of the Gastineau Channel Quartet by Leonard Wayne Compton (Stoney Compton), Pullo Pup Publishing, 2012.

A Pinkerton agent comes to 1915 Juneau to gather evidence on a captured serial killer. Espionage and romance in Southeast Alaska Territory.


http://www.stoneycompton.com
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DanielAWillis
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"Immortal Betrayal" by Daniel A. Willis

Postby DanielAWillis » Wed March 21st, 2012, 6:26 pm

Set in 3 periods: 15th Century Normandy, 1682 Moscow, 1916 St. Petersburg

Daniel A. Willis, Immortal Betrayal. The first book of a series of historical events seen through the eyes of Mages, a second species of humans who live extraordinarily long lives. This first book ties together the unseemingly unrelated events of the Trial of Joan of Arc, the ascension of Peter the Great, and the murder of Rasputin.

Available in both paperback and ebook (but initially exclusive to Kindle).

More info: http://www.dan-willis.com
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Reason: typo correction

Harold Titus
Scribbler
Location: Florence, Oregon
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Postby Harold Titus » Sun April 1st, 2012, 4:19 am

Thank you for the opportunity.

18th Century/Massachusetts

Harold Titus, "Crossing the River." The Battles of Lexington and Concord and the British army's retreat to Boston start the Revolutionary War.

http://booklocker.com/books/5692.html
Harold Titus
Author, "Crossing the River" (Sept. 2011)
http:booklocker.com/books/5692.html

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fljustice
Bibliophile
Location: Brooklyn, NY
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Postby fljustice » Sun April 1st, 2012, 4:09 pm

5C/Late Antiquity

Hypatia: Her Life and Times

Faith L. Justice (fljustice)

Non-fiction: a collection of articles/essays about the life and times of Hypatia, Lady Philosopher of Alexandria. Available in all digital formats.

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/143482
Faith L. Justice, Author Website
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Cayuga1561
Scribbler
Location: Gettysburg, SD

Postby Cayuga1561 » Wed May 16th, 2012, 5:29 pm

16th and 17th Century Colonial New World, Spain, and England

"Destiny Comes on the Wind - The Legend of Opechancanough"

The epic life story of my ancestor, Opechancanough, Paramount Chief of the Powhatan Confederation of Tribes.

Rhunt
Scribbler
Location: Wisconsin, USA

Postby Rhunt » Sat May 26th, 2012, 6:50 pm

Inconsequential statement removed.
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J.D. Oswald
Reader

Postby J.D. Oswald » Tue June 12th, 2012, 9:59 am

18th century/Georgian England

J.D. Oswald, Henrietta Street. A novel about art, slavery and love, told from locations in London and Devon.

Tom Miers
Newbie

Postby Tom Miers » Fri June 22nd, 2012, 2:36 pm

"boswellbaxter" wrote:Any author who belongs to this forum is free to list his or her book here. Just add a post to this thread with the information below, and we'll add it to our master list here.

To add your book, please give us: the era/century your book is set in; the title of your book (and alternative English-language titles if they exist); your author name with your forum name in parenthesis if they're different; and a brief description (25 words or less) of your book. The description should be strictly factual ("a biographical novel about Attila the Hun") and should not contain puffery ("the best novel about Attila the Hun ever written"), quotes from reviews, or quotes from blurbs. You can include one link--your website, your Amazon page, etc.

Here's a sample of how a listing for a historical novel should look like:

15th Century/Wars of the Roses

Susan Higginbotham (boswellbaxter), The Queen of Last Hopes: The Story of Margaret of Anjou. A biographical novel about Margaret of Anjou, queen to England's Henry VI.

If you've written a book that's not a historical novel, please just give us the genre/subject ("Reference Book" or "Finance" or "Contemporary Fiction") and a description of the book.

Only books written by HFO members should be added to this list. Members are welcome to add other members' books to the list, but please make sure it's OK with the member in question.


Thanks very much. Is this the right place?

11th Century Byzantium
East and West: Catharsis
David Capel (Tom Miers)
John Lascaris, visiting his estate in the eastern provinces, becomes embroiled in Imperial intrigue, slavery and the cataclysmic Battle of Manzikert
http://www.amazon.co.uk/East-West-Catharsis-ebook/dp/B0089D9ZXS

Manuherb
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Location: Accra, Ghana
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Postby Manuherb » Mon July 9th, 2012, 11:10 am

Historical Fiction/18th Century
Manu Herbstein (Manuherb): Ama, a Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade
Follows Ama from enslavement in the Sahel to a sugar estate in Bahia. Winner of the 2002 Commonwealth Writers Prize for the Best First Book. http://www.ama.africatoday.com

Historical Fiction/18th Century
Manu Herbstein (Manuherb): Brave Music of a Distant Drum
A sequel to Ama, a Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, set in Brazil, in which Ama, aged and blind, dictates her story to her son.

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oldhousejunkie
Scribbler
Location: South Carolina
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Postby oldhousejunkie » Wed July 11th, 2012, 6:55 pm

"boswellbaxter" wrote:Any author who belongs to this forum is free to list his or her book here. Just add a post to this thread with the information below, and we'll add it to our master list here.

To add your book, please give us: the era/century your book is set in; the title of your book (and alternative English-language titles if they exist); your author name with your forum name in parenthesis if they're different; and a brief description (25 words or less) of your book. The description should be strictly factual ("a biographical novel about Attila the Hun") and should not contain puffery ("the best novel about Attila the Hun ever written"), quotes from reviews, or quotes from blurbs. You can include one link--your website, your Amazon page, etc.

Here's a sample of how a listing for a historical novel should look like:

15th Century/Wars of the Roses

Susan Higginbotham (boswellbaxter), The Queen of Last Hopes: The Story of Margaret of Anjou. A biographical novel about Margaret of Anjou, queen to England's Henry VI.

If you've written a book that's not a historical novel, please just give us the genre/subject ("Reference Book" or "Finance" or "Contemporary Fiction") and a description of the book.

Only books written by HFO members should be added to this list. Members are welcome to add other members' books to the list, but please make sure it's OK with the member in question.


I appreciate this opportunity!

19th Century: Civil War America/Victorian England

Caroline Wilson (oldhousejunkie)

Rebel Heart
A romantic historical fiction featuring a female Confederate spy who seeks retribution against the Union after her father is murdered.
I blog about all things writing and historical at Caroline Wilson Writes!

I'm also on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads!

Now Available: "Rebel Heart," a romantic historical fiction set in Civil War America and Victorian England.

Available at Amazon

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