FICTION (General) -> Historical

Chernobyl Privileges, The by Alex Lockwood

Chernobyl Privileges, The

Alex Lockwood

Mar 2019

What is the half-life of a secret? The Chernobyl Privileges is a searing psychological drama that depicts the traumatic experience of surviving disaster.

Mistfall in the Grove of Dreams by Paul R. Harrison

Mistfall in the Grove of Dreams

Paul R. Harrison

Feb 2019

In eleventh century England a young boy is identified as a 'wyrd one' and is sent into the forest to know the ways of the Mist...

White Death  by Philip C. Baridon, Ph.D.

White Death

Philip C. Baridon, Ph.D.

Jul 2013

Undercover cops don't make two mistakes

Plain of Jars, The by N. Lombardi Jr.

Plain of Jars, The

N. Lombardi Jr.

May 2013

When Dorothy finds out the charred remains the Air Force gave her are not her son's, she traces his path into the hostile Plain of Jars.

Hadrian's Trader by Richard Yeo

Hadrian's Trader

Richard Yeo

Jun 2013

As war threatens Rome, a man and a girl must risk all for their Emperor - in the forests of Germany.

Dangerous Pilgrims by Lawrence Swaim

Dangerous Pilgrims

Lawrence Swaim

Oct 2016

Political and literary thriller set in 1980s Guatemala.

Coward, The by Tom Wall

Coward, The

Tom Wall

Jul 2015

Conscientious objector Bill Rowe does not want to kill Hitler's conscripts but he finds his courage deserting him in a bleak jail patrolled by indifferent guards and hungry bugs.

Queen's Play, The by Aashish Kaul

Queen's Play, The

Aashish Kaul

Feb 2015

Writes the origin of chess into the narrative of The Ramayana, one of the two formative epics of ancient India.

Master Yeshua, The by Joyce Luck

Master Yeshua, The

Joyce Luck

May 2015

Jesus is not who you think he is.

MORE CATEGORIES