Tag: Historical Fiction

  • Templar Chronicles: Part One: Templar Scholar

    Templar Chronicles: Part One: Templar Scholar

    Medieval England and two young men find themselves at the heart of a brutal struggle in the borderlands between with Wales. Hoxton, a brilliant scholar ripped from the comfort of his college library is pulled into the service of the Templars in a legal battle as savage as any that takes place in the wind…

  • The Letter

    The Letter

    Safe from the horrors of war a German soldier makes the ultimate sacrifice Having survived the hell of Stalingrad and two years of bitter fighting on the Eastern Front, Sergeant Franz Mayer found he was now a deserter. Not by choice but a reality nevertheless. Faced with the prospect of an SS firing squad, convinced…

  • Brothers of the Island

    Brothers of the Island

    It all began in 1916 on Arrowhead Island, named for its crooked V-shape and the Indians that used to live there. Young brothers, Ron, Arthur and Bob must forage for their food to keep Pops and the family fed as they live the carefree life of three Huckleberry Finns. One day they stumble upon an…

  • Songbird

    Songbird

    Bess has the voice of an angel, or so Henry VIII declares when he buys her from her father. As a member of the Music, the royal company of minstrels, Bess grows up within the decadent Tudor court, navigating the ever-changing tide of royals and courtiers. Friends come and go as cracked voices, politics, heartbreak,…

  • Brothers of the Island

    Brothers of the Island

    It all began in 1916 on Arrowhead Island where young brothers, Ron, Arthur and Bob live the carefree life of three Huckleberry Finns. One day they stumble upon an old pine box that’s been washed ashore filled with Indian bones, a skull, arrowheads and a tomahawk. Inscribed on the lid are the words: Wau-kon-haw-kaw. In…

  • Pieces of Wood

    Pieces of Wood

    An incredible story about the little-known holocaust of the Imperial Japanese Army’s general staff – to destroy the women of the countries they planned to occupy. This well-researched thriller is set in 1978, where two sons of the Rising Sun reignite their fathers’ World War II diabolical disdain for women, secreting it to Chicago’s shores.…

  • Sundays

    Sundays

    Dustin Murphy’s blocked memory of childhood trauma is the key to unravelling a modern-day threat. Can he remember in time to prevent disaster? Haunted by the ghosts of his childhood, Dustin doesn’t understand why he is so disconnected to the world. His mother suggests he may find answers by studying their family’s past, which takes…

  • The Heretics’ Revenge

    The Heretics’ Revenge

    In 1244 the Cathar stronghold of Montségur is attacked and 205 heretics are burnt to death soon after they hide their treasure and relic. German scholar Otto Rahn, makes it his life goal to locate the Cathar cache in the 1930s. His book Crusade against the Grail attracts Reichsführer Himmler’s attention and he recruits Rahn…

  • The Ambitious Stonemason: (William Gascoyne’s role in the development of Royal Leamington Spa and a changing Construction Industry)

    The Ambitious Stonemason: (William Gascoyne’s role in the development of Royal Leamington Spa and a changing Construction Industry)

    William Gascoyne was only a child when he was sent away from home to serve an apprenticeship with a stonemason in 19th century London. There, he develops a reputation as a capable craftsman and establishes important connections with renowned architects before joining family who had settled in the Victorian town of Royal Leamington Spa. Learn…

  • Princess of Independence

    Princess of Independence

    Princess Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso is a forgotten figure of the Italian Revolution Born into a family of nobility, Belgiojoso learned at a young age what foreigners interested in ruling the Italian States could be like. She spent the rest of her life dedicated to uniting her home country and ousting those foreigners who only brought…