Demonstrating outstanding artistry and finesse, ‘Khristmas in Kabul-Once upon a time in Afghanistan’, by Ian Trevor King, proves exceptionally insightful as it immerses its readers in the precarious aftermath of a war-a war which has not quite finished with its players.
Complete with their respective pets, Duke and Cinders, and a full complement of ghost-hunting equipment, siblings Sebastian and Gwen arrive at the mysterious and possibly haunted Yardlow Manor for a summer of investigation.
It’s early 18th Century and piracy is all but eradicated. England, a cruel and prosperous nation, exerts its far-reaching influence throughout the world dipping its greedy fingers into other lands and making slaves out of free men.
Casper, a young naval man has seen through their treachery and has had enough. He embarks on a new career-piracy. Not long into his new life, his ship is destroyed and he and another boy, Fletch, are marooned on an unforgiving Island.
Compelling and unstoppable, Assault (book 1 of the Girl with a Knife series), is undeniably addictive. Perfectly representing the challenges of colonial America, Hogg’s book has it all.
Authentically capturing a bygone era in which women were viewed as the prizes in a male game Strange Eden is a showdown between its style and story. Combining Giordano’s slick, high-tension writing with the values and sexual stereotyping of a bygone era whilst reminding us of love’s sometimes harrowing consequences in times past.
A beautifully imagined Teen & Young Adult US 19th Century Historical Fiction novel, A Summer with the Hermit King proves simply enchanting with Todd creating a rare sense of immediacy as he writes, his characters imbued with a certain vibrancy that elevates them beyond their time and place to bring them achingly to life.
Ambitious in its scope Marcus Abston continues his “A Dying Truth Exposed” series with the release of The Two Wolves to give us yet another rich and intensely touching portrayal of life in a past age where racial tensions ran deep,
A powerful deeply affecting portrait of life in a bygone world, Lost Souls Recovered is so well written that we understand not just the racial inequalities of the time but equally as important the emotions too.
A bitter, bloody tour de force Chernov unflinchingly explores the random horror, grisly spectacle and the ugliness of war and ideology with a narrative that has an intoxicating, classic feel about it and instantly submerges its readers in the period.
A taut, exciting read that throws surprises at the reader on a regular basis Assignment Potsdam; Countdown To War proves a powerful debut for Charlie FitzGerald’s Colonel McDesmond Series and a must-read for fans of Military and Historical Fiction Espionage Thrillers.