Free historical fiction Kindle books for 16 May 15

Tower of Tears (The McClusky Series Book 1)

by Rhoda D’Ettore

Betrayal. Despair. Murder. Blackmail. Romance. Tragedy.

In the 1820s, a young woman embarks on a journey for a better life in America. She brings with her a three year old son, and plans to live with relatives she has never met in Philadelphia. Her loving husband remains in Ireland, taking in boarders and working the farm to save money for his departure.

Along the way, Jane realizes she is pregnant, then soon is told she is expected to pay rent, and work in a factory. Her new boss begins to sexually assault her, convincing her that a pregnant Irish woman would never find work. She turns to her priest with no results. She is trapped!

Don’t miss out on this irish family saga!



Night of the Gypsies: A Huguenot Family Saga

by Elizabeth Kales

Travel in the 18th century is notoriously dangerous, but when a London tea merchant takes his wife and family to Europe it becomes especially challenging.

Marc Garneau, a Huguenot refugee, faces bankruptcy and debtor’s prison unless he can retrieve his inheritance from war-torn France. His brother, Philippe, a secret worshiper still living in their small French village, agrees to help him spirit the money into a Dutch bank account. In spite of the dangers to both of them from the French dragoons, they agree to meet in Holland.

A European journey in the early part of the 1700s entails perils enough without having an attractive, young daughter of marriageable age in tow. Nevertheless, when an unscrupulous London moneylender threatens his wife and children, Marc decides to take them along on his quest. Arriving in Amsterdam, they discover that, due to a difference in European calendars, his brother has been and gone. Now they must rendezvous at a Hessian castle near the Rhine River.

As the tea merchant’s family set off across Europe, both Marc and his daughter, Alice face challenges that will change their lives forever.

Part historical adventure and part coming-of-age, “Night of the Gypsies” brings to life the next generation in this French Huguenot family saga.”



Lady Macbeth – Her Early LIfe

by James Chalmers

Set in medieval Scotland, this historic tale of dark intrigue, romance and betrayal, charts the early life of Lorna Strachan. Born into poverty, through her own single minded determination, she overcomes colossal odds to become consort to Lord Macbeth, warrior and nobleman.



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