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A Call To Arms
A Call To Arms Allan Mallinson
Matthew Hervey is recalled to take up arms against Burmese rebels massing on the frontier with India in the fourth instalment of his adventures with the Light Dragoons.
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A Close Run Thing
A Close Run Thing Allan Mallinson
An heroic tale from the final days of the Napoleonic Wars that introduces an unforgettable new fictional hero.
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A Regimental Affair
A Regimental Affair Allan Mallinson
The third volume in the continuing adventures of Matthew Hervey
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All The Brave Fellows
All The Brave Fellows James Nelson
The triumphant finale to the REVOLUTION AT SEA saga
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An Act Of Courage
An Act Of Courage Allan Mallinson
The seventh novel in Allan Mallinson’s acclaimed and bestselling series finds Hervey alone and a prisoner in the fortress of Badajos on the Spanish border.
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By Force Of Arms
By Force Of Arms James Nelson
The first in his enthralling REVOLUTION AT SEA series, set during America’s War of Independence
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Caligula
Caligula Douglas Jackson
A major new historical epic - in the tradition of Conn Iggulden.
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Chains Of Albion
Chains Of Albion Edwin Thomas
Reluctant hero Martin Jerrold returns in his second swashbuckling adventure in the vein of Flashman and Sharpe.
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Company Of Spears
Company Of Spears Allan Mallinson
On the plains of South Africa, Matthew Hervey and the Light Dragoons confront the savage Zulus.
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Dark Age
Dark Age James Wilde
The bestselling author of the Hereward novels continues his epic telling of the story of the origins of the Pendragon bloodline and what would become the most enduring of all legends - of Arthur, King of the Britons...
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Glory In The Name
Glory In The Name James Nelson
A stunning new novel about the Confederate Navy
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Hereward: The Bloody Crown
Hereward: The Bloody Crown James Wilde
The concluding novel in James Wilde's bestselling historical series chronicling the life and adventures of that near-forgotten English hero, the warrior Hereward the Wake.
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Hereward: The Immortals
Hereward: The Immortals James Wilde
The exiled Hereward and his band of mercenary warriors find themselves fighting for their Byzantine masters and their survival in this action-packed new chapter in James Wilde's bestselling series about one of English history's near-forgotten heroes.
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Lancelot
Lancelot Giles Kristian
In his acclaimed Sunday Times top 10 hardback bestseller, Giles Kristian brings the epic story of the most celebrated of King Arthur's knights roaring to life as never before.
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Lords Of The Ocean
Lords Of The Ocean James Nelson
The fourth book in the enthralling REVOLUTION AT SEA saga.
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Man Of War
Man Of War Allan Mallinson
War at sea: Matthew Hervey is set to re-join his regiment in England, while his close friend Captain Peto is at sea preparing his mighty line-of-battle ship for war with the Turks.
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On His Majesty's Service
On His Majesty's Service Allan Mallinson
In the Eastern Balkans, Matthew Hervey faces bloody war with the Turks
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Pendragon
Pendragon James Wilde
From the bestselling author of the Hereward novels comes an epic new adventure of betrayal, battle and bloodshed set during the darkest of times - a time when civilisation itself was foundering, when Britain was facing a Dark Age and in desperate need of a hero...
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Rumours Of War
Rumours Of War Allan Mallinson
The Sixth Gripping Matthew Hervey Adventure
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The Blackbirder
The Blackbirder James Nelson
More thrilling adventures for Captain Thomas Marlowe on the high seas.
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The Blighted Cliffs Edwin Thomas
Move over Harry Flashman, there's a new cad in town! The first in the Martin Jerrold series of historical adventure novels in the vein of Flashman and Sharpe.
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The Continental Risque
The Continental Risque James Nelson
Book Three in the Revolution at Sea series - a stirring maritime adventure in the epic, true-to-life tradition of Patrick O'Brian.
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The Convictions of John Delahunt
The Convictions of John Delahunt Andrew Hughes
Set in Dublin in the 1840s and based on the true story of the murder of a child, this dazzling literary debut - at once a historical novel and crime thriller - will appeal to fans of Andrew Taylor, Andrew Miller and Peter Ackroyd.
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The French Lesson
The French Lesson Hallie Rubenhold
A brand new historical novel set in the French Revolution by the acclaimed author of the hit BBC drama THE SCANDALOUS LADY W. For fans of VICTORIA and DOWNTON ABBEY
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