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Post by LoveHistory » Tue July 24th, 2012, 8:06 pm

Contemporary Fiction
"Bridging The Gaps" by Kate Warren (aka LoveHistory)
Humorous novel about a woman going through divorce and moving on.

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Post by Gordopolis » Fri August 17th, 2012, 7:45 am

4th Century/Eastern Roman Empire

Gordon Doherty (Gordopolis), Legionary: Viper of the North - a story of the Roman border legions' struggle against the Gothic crossings of the Danube in 376AD.

The Danubian frontier is weaker than ever, and a storm is gathering in the north . . .

Deep winter, 376 AD: Emperor Valens has withdrawn the field armies from Moesia and Thracia to fight in the Persian War. The impoverished limitanei legions left behind to defend the banks of the River Danubius are now all that stand between the war-hungry Goths and heart of the Eastern Roman Empire.

For Numerius Vitellius Pavo and the men of the XI Claudia, the brief from Emperor Valens is simple: to avoid war with the Goths at all costs while the Roman defences are so weak. But in the frozen lands north of the Danubius a dark legend, thought long dead, has risen again. The name is on the lips of every warrior in Gutthiuda; the one who will unite the tribes, the one whose armies will march upon the empire, the one who will bathe in Roman blood . . .

The Viper!

Read more - including the free prologue:
http://www.gordondoherty.co.uk/writeblo ... ofthenorth

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Swords of Rome

Post by Shaddix1980 » Sun October 7th, 2012, 4:45 pm

Swords of Rome - written by Christopher Lee Buckner

2nd century BC/Second Punic War

It is a time of great crisis and bloodshed as the two greatest powers of the ancient world - Carthage and Rome are locked in a deadly struggle for control over the Mediterranean. But for one young Roman soldier named Gaius who once dreamed of glory and honor, finds himself trapped between his duty to the Republic, and his heart, for in Rome is Julia, a childhood friend and the one woman who has given his life meaning. However, the daughter of the wealthy and influential senator, Terentius Varro has promised her to his political rival Lucius Aemilius Paullus, dividing Gaius’ loyalties as war ravages Italy, and as Rome faces one crushing defeat after another from Hannibal’s invading barbarian horde, Gaius stands to lose more than just his love and his life.

Set during the events of the Second Punic War, circa 218 – 201 BC, Swords of Rome is a sweeping military epic set against the backdrop of historic events and figures, fought during one of the ancient world’s greatest conflicts – a war that would see the end of one nation, and the rise of a new world super-power that would forever change the course of western civilization. This is the human story of this war and the people that fought it.

Kindle version, sale for $0.99

http://www.amazon.com/Swords-Rome-ebook ... ds+of+rome

Print version, $14.99

http://www.amazon.com/Swords-Rome-Chris ... ds+of+rome


Post by Helen_Davis » Thu January 3rd, 2013, 12:14 am

May I add my novel please?

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Post by Antoine Vanner » Fri March 29th, 2013, 2:07 pm

Turkey, Russia and Bulgaria during the Russo -Turkish War of 1877-78

[I]Britannia's Wolf [/I]by Antoine Vanner http://www.amazon.com/dp/1480275271

British naval officer is seconded unofficially to Turkish service and finds love as well as danger

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Wall of Stone by Heather Robinson (HevRob)

Post by HevRob » Sat July 6th, 2013, 11:40 am

AD121 Roman Britain

Heather Robinson (HevRob), Wall of Stone - a novel about two Roman legionaries and a local Brigante family leading up to the building of Hadrian's Wall.

Links (hope this is correct, they seem quite long?):

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wall-of-Stone-e ... l+of+Stone

http://www.amazon.com/Wall-of-Stone-ebo ... r+robinson

Thank you, hope that's all okay :)
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Post by Libby » Mon August 12th, 2013, 11:58 am

Here are the details of my latest book:

15th Century/Wars of the Roses:

By Loyalty Bound - the story of the mistress of Richard III

http://www.amazon.co.uk/By-Loyalty-Boun ... alty+bound

http://www.amazon.com/BY-LOYALTY-BOUND- ... alty+bound
By Loyalty Bound - the story of the mistress of Richard III.


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Post by njslater » Sat October 5th, 2013, 1:42 pm

19th Century - Napoleonic Wars

N.J. Slater (njslater), An Agent of the King. An espionage thriller set in the early years of the Napoleonic Wars
N.J. Slater writer of Napoleonic and Victorian era thrillers

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Post by njslater » Sat October 5th, 2013, 1:45 pm

19th Century/Victorian England

N.J. Slater (njslater), The Black Knight. A thriller set in the underworld of Victorian London.
N.J. Slater writer of Napoleonic and Victorian era thrillers

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The Banished, Medieval Queen

Post by Acacia Oak » Mon October 7th, 2013, 8:18 pm

8th century, Europe's Dark Ages, Frankish empire

The Banished, Medieval Queen. by Acacia Oak. At Last Communications.

Historical fiction which describes the life of Charlemagne's first wife after she and their little son were banished from the Frankish court.

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