Free historical fiction Kindle books for 29 Nov 15

The Legend of King Arthur: The Captivating Story of King Arthur

by Stephen Klein

The Legend of King Arthur

There is a lot that has been said about King Arthur in the Arthurian Legends. Many people have read or heard about him either as a real person or as a legendary figure. King Arthur is still a great mythic figure of English literature. He was a great warrior, ruler and military leader who united Britain in the medieval period. However, it is King Arthur as a legendary figure that has mostly captured the imagination and attention of readers. What cannot be denied is the influence the Legend of King Arthur has on literature, music, art and society.

The Legend has been portrayed in movies, novels and art, but the reader will get all that in this book. This is a captivating story about King Arthur, the Sword in the Stone, the Knights of the Round Table, Merlin the wizard and the Quest for the Holy Grail. It is entertaining as well as informational.

Arthur wielded a magical sword known as Excalibur which helped him win all the battles. He lived in a glorious kingdom called Camelot. He married the beautiful Queen Guinevere who later fell in love with Sir Lancelot one of the King Arthur’s favorite Knights. This led to the King’s pursuit of Sir Lancelot during which the his son Mordred took over the throne and married his wife Queen Guinevere. Eventually, the King returned to Camelot when he heard this, and a war broke out which ultimately resulted in his death.



The Killing of John, John, and John

by Elizabeth O’Neill

Lily Goodwillie is a troubled twelve-year-old girl, who lives with her mother, Millie, and her father, Willie. She struggles to cope with the rejection and emotional abuse of her mother, who works as a dominatrix.

Lily smokes, drinks and uses solvents that offer her an escape from this life. In the end nothing helps and she ends up committing a horrific act that has long term consequences for her and the society in which she lives.

The book is set in a tough fictional Scottish town. It’s the early eighties, John Lennon has just been shot. The punk scene is still evident, though the Jam are going underground and Margaret Thatcher is in power.

Elizabeth O’Neill writes in dialect and describes the horror of a mother’s emotional neglect, mental and sexual abuse, and its traumatic effect on a twelve-year-old girl.



Prophets Lane

by Robert Bloom

Prophets Lane continues the tale of Tiny Tim, Charles Dickens’ original character. After Scrooge falls back on bad ways, Tiny Tim challenges him. A fight ensues and Tiny Tim has to escape justice. He flees to a new part of London and survives as a homeless beggar. As he comes to terms with his new situation he becomes increasingly religious. He takes to preaching, with a philosophy based on his famous saying: “God bless us, Every One!” From there people come to believe in him and a church is formed in his name. The story continues as the church faces challenges and Tiny Tim finds his new place in life. A place he must lose and then regain before he can find happiness and redemption.

Previously published as: The Latter Day Church of Tiny Tim

Fully re-edited and re-packaged as: Prophets Lane



Romance: Western Historical Romance: Montana Mail Order Bride: Emma: (Sweet Clean Western Inspirational Frontier Historical Romance) (Sweet Historical Western Short Stories)

by Charity Phillips

Includes Heartwarming BONUS COLLECTION of Four CLEAN Historical Mail Order Bride Stories!

A Young Widow and her Sweet Daughter Struggle to Make Ends Meet After the Untimely Death of her Loving Husband. Will They Find Solace in Their Escape to the Frontier?

Hartford, Connecticut – 1875

Emma Hammersley has been faced with more than her fair share of hardship in her young life. When she marries her sweet husband James, she thinks all of her worries might be over and finally, she will get her happily ever after. But disaster was destined to strike once more. After eight happy years of marriage, Emma is forced to let her dear James fall prey to deathly clutches of a horrible illness. All she has left now is her dearest twelve year old daughter, Margaret.

When her mother-in-law decides to cut their financial assistance, Emmaâ??and even little Margaretâ??are forced to find a way to fend for themselves. Both take jobs as seamstresses in a factory downtown, but their meager wages just aren’t enough for the two to get by.

Emma is forced to admit that she needs the help of another husband, so when a matrimonial ad appears in the paper from a man out on the Frontier, Emma takes a risk and heads to Montana with Margaret and Frederick, a long-time dear friend of her late husband’s who insists on accompanying the ladies as their chaperone.

Will Emma finally find the happiness that she’s longed for her entire life in Montana? Or does fate have something else in store for her that will change her life forever?



Love from Fiesole

by Violet Joyce

This light historical romance is set in England and Italy in the late 1800’s in the days when independence was not an option for a young lady to pursue. To avoid marriage to a man she finds repulsive, Louisa accepts an unusual proposal that turns her life around and brings with it passion, heartache and a deep abiding love.



Rubies Fall

by Rebecca Gibson

“He shot everything that moved in a blind fury. It was as if he were floating outside his body, his flesh acting on pure animal instinct. To kill or be killed. It was exhilarating.”

Grayson is the perfect twentieth century gentleman. Whilst the world waits for him to choose a wife, he dreams of romanticism, adventure and poetry. Thus, when war is declared in August 1914, he takes up his chance for glory, unknowingly marching head first into the bloodiest war the world has ever seen.



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