Category Archives: 18/19th Century

The Maharajah’s General by Paul Fraser Collard

The imposter, Jack Lark has survived his first battle. In facing the Russian guns he has discovered what it meant to be a British Officer and found that he had a talent for war. But Jack has a problem. His … Continue reading

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Pharaoh by David Gibbins

The deserts of Sudan and the archaeologist Jack Howard is investigating sites that are connected to Akhenaten the Sun-Pharaoh. Jack and his team believe that Akhenaten is the Pharaoh in the Bible and the story of Moses. As they attempt … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Thief by Paul Fraser Collard

On the far bank of the River Alma the massed ranks of the Russian army are lined up. Strong points are bristling with cannons, loaded with cannister shot just waiting shred the flesh of any advancing enemy.  They are confident … Continue reading

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Empire of the Moghul: The Tainted Throne by Alex Rutherford

Mehrunissa seems destined to spend her life in a loveless and violent marriage, stuck in the backwaters of the city of Gaur far from the splendors of the Moghul court. When her husband is brutally assassinated her life is changed … Continue reading

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Betrayal by Julian Stockwin

Betrayal is the 13th book in the Kydd series by Julian Stockwin. The year is 1806 and Captain Kydd was just helped capture and defend the Dutch colony of Cape Town (chronicled in Conquest). With the French driven from the … Continue reading

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