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Post by boswellbaxter » Sat September 24th, 2011, 3:14 am

I believe the Master List is up to date with everyone who's left a message on the other thread. If I've inadvertently left your book out, please let me know.
Susan Higginbotham
Coming in October: The Woodvilles


Stephanie Dray
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Joined: July 2010
Location: Maryland

Post by Stephanie Dray » Mon October 10th, 2011, 9:05 pm

Thanks Susan! Here's mine:

Classical Antiquity, Ancient Egypt & Rome
Stephanie Dray (Stephanie Dray), Lily of the Nile: A Novel of Cleopatra's Daughter. Heir to one empire and prisoner of another, this princess of Egypt struggles to save her brothers and reclaim what belongs to her.

Classical Antiquity, Ancient Rome, Greece and North Africa
Stephanie Dray (Stephanie Dray), Song of the Nile: A Novel of Cleopatra's Daughter. Sorceress. Seductress. Schemer. She's the emperor's most unlikely apprentice and the only woman who can destroy his empire...
~Stephanie Dray
Author of Historical Fiction & Fantasy
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LILY OF THE NILE -- Berkley Books, January 2011SONG OF THE NILE -- Berkley Books, Oct 2011
DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE -- Berkley Books, Dec 2013

Lady Lydia
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Joined: November 2011

New member

Post by Lady Lydia » Fri November 25th, 2011, 9:50 am

I quite understand your aversion to authors shamelessly plugging, so while I do intend to contribute to your wide-ranging disccussions, I'm also very grateful for a quick mention. My first novel is out in the US on December 27, 2011 and is called The Anatomist's Apprentice. (Dr Thomas Silkstone Mystery, Book 1). It's about a young American anatomist who comes to 18th century London and becomes embroiled in a murder mystery. Using pioneering forensic techniques, he is determined to find the person responsible for the death of a young aristrocrat, but in so doing endangers his own life and that of the woman he loves.

Harold Titus
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Joined: December 2011
Location: Florence, Oregon

Post by Harold Titus » Mon December 26th, 2011, 10:53 pm

Thank you for this opportunity.

18th Century. "Crossing the River." Harold Titus. 700 redcoat soldiers march to Concord, Massachusetts, and back. Soldiers and militiamen clash. Characters of high and ordinary station face their worst fears.


Stuart C. Flynn
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Joined: December 2011

A Christmas Treason by Stuart C. Flynn

Post by Stuart C. Flynn » Tue December 27th, 2011, 1:49 pm

A Christmas Treason by Stuart C.Flynn:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Christmas-Treas ... 620&sr=1-1

Set in Wessex in 890 AD; a plot to change history by assassinating King Alfred the Great.

Stuart C. Flynn

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Location: Indianapolis, IN

Post by bevgray » Thu February 2nd, 2012, 11:05 pm

The first five books in a series about a fictional U.S. Army Family. Links are to Amazon Kindle but eBooks are available at most other eBook retailers.

19th Century/Civil War (1860 to 1868)
Beverly C. Gray; Black Knights of the Hudson Book I: Shadow of the Flags. West Point brothers James and Timothy MacKendrick must decide whether to honor their oaths to defend the flag and remain in the Blue of the Union Army or to follow kin and closest friends into the Gray of the Confederacy.

19th Century/Indian Campaigns (1868 to 1883)
Beverly C. Gray; Black Knights of the Hudson Book II: Boots and Saddles. West Point brothers James and Timothy MacKendrick turn their faces to the West and the Indian troubles of the Apache, Sioux, and Cheyenne.

19th Century/Spanish-American War (1885 to 1898)
Beverly C. Gray; Black Knights of the Hudson Book III: Changing of the Guard. The offspring of James and Timothy MacKendrick face the changing place of the United States in the world order.

20th Century/World War I (1901 to 1915)
Beverly C. Gray; Black Knights of the Hudson Book IV: Long Gray Line. Cousins Fitzjames and Jackson Lee MacKendrick arrive at West Point to assume their own places in West Point’s fabled Corps of Cadets and face the growing threat of a World War.

20th Century/World War I (1915 to 1917)
Beverly C. Gray; Black Knights of the Hudson Book V: War Clouds in the East. The MacKendricks find ways to serve in a war that their own President refuses to enter.
Beverly C. Gray
Army Brat and Lover of Historical Fiction
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Justin Swanton
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Joined: February 2012
Location: Durban, South Africa

I love late Antiquity!

Post by Justin Swanton » Wed February 8th, 2012, 9:54 am

Justin Swanton. Centurion's Daughter A young girl whose Frankish mother is dead goes looking for her Roman father during the conquest of the last province of the Western Roman Empire. AD486-7.
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Posts: 5
Joined: February 2012
Location: Tasmania

Post by T.D.McKinnon » Thu February 9th, 2012, 1:38 pm

Thank you, Susan, I'm brand new and just finding my way around.

19th Century Tasmania

T.D.McKinnon, Terra Nullius. Dramatisation built around historical fact, chronicling 19th century Tasmania from the POV of the disenfranchised standing residents.


Harold Titus
Posts: 10
Joined: December 2011
Location: Florence, Oregon

Post by Harold Titus » Fri March 2nd, 2012, 2:13 am

18th Century/American Revolution
Harold Titus
"Crossing the River"
Redcoat soldiers and Massachusetts militiamen clash at Lexington and Concord and fight savagely during the British army's retreat to Boston.

Posts: 3
Joined: December 2009
Location: Corpus Christi, TX


Post by Stoney » Mon March 12th, 2012, 6:03 pm

20th Century, America. Treadwell, A Novel of Alaska Territory, Book One of the Gastineau Channel Quartet

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

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