Historical Fiction

These factual accounts will keep you occupied for hours

Take a stroll through a time in the world gone by. Read stories of heroes and heroines that never existed, but in a world that most certainly did. Discover these books of historical fiction.

Saving Sydney
Saving Sydney
High stakes, indeed! Dr Peter St Claire, academic and expert in time-slip phenomenon, had no idea of the dire consequences when he allowed his...
Sunrise Over Belet
Sunrise Over Belet
A somewhat introspective, possibly even a personal account, awaits the reader in James Shapiro's Sunrise over Belet and one wonders if the author,...
The Diaries Of A Gifted Edwardian Boy
The Diaries Of A Gifted Edwardian Boy
Clarence Smyth is a psychically gifted little boy born in London at the dawn of the 20th Century. He has an extraordinary life meeting and...
Dolly Don't Cry - The Tale of a Lincolnshire Lass
Dolly Don't Cry - The Tale of a Lincolnshire Lass
Set in a Lincolnshire village during and just after World War One, this book follows a group of teenagers as they set out on life’s adventures and...
Only in India - Stories Untold
Only in India - Stories Untold
India. An exotic land of characteristics and historical tales like no other. From an exposition on chili peppers to an introduction to comedic...
Eagle and Child - Book One: The Old World
Eagle and Child - Book One: The Old World
In this first book of the Eagle and Child historical novel series, young Devon Quail is launched into an often dangerous world by the death of her...
A Soul Burned
A Soul Burned
On 14th February, 1945, the Allies fire-bombed Dresden, killing tens of thousands and starting a political row and propaganda war that lasted years....
Men of the River
Men of the River
Henry T. Bradford brings to life his experiences working the London Docklands with inspirational tales of friendship to shocking, debilitating...

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