Free historical fiction Kindle books for 01 Sep 18

A Rebel without a Rogue (The Penningtons Book 1)

by Bliss Bennet

“A sparkling debut” â?? Historical Fiction Society Indie Reviews

A woman striving for justice

Fianna Cameron has devoted her life to avenging the death of her father, hanged as a traitor during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. Now, on the eve of her thirtieth birthday, only one last miscreant remains: Major Christopher Pennington, the English army officer who not only oversaw her father’s execution, but falsely maligned his honor. Fianna risks everything to travel to London and confront the man who has haunted her every nightmare. Only after her pistol misfires does she realize her sickening mistake: the Pennington she wounded is far too young to be the man who killed her father.

A man who will protect his family at all costs

Rumors of being shot by a spurned mistress might burnish the reputation of a rake, but for Kit Pennington, determined to add to his family’s honor by winning a seat in Parliament, such sala-cious gossip is nothing but a nightmare. To regain his good name, Kit will have to track down his mysterious attacker and force her to reveal the true motivation behind her unprovoked assault. Accepting the mistress of an acquaintance as an ally in his search is risky enough, but when Kit begins to develop feelings for the icy, ethereal Miss Cameron, more than his political career is in danger. For Kit is beginning to suspect that Fianna Cameron knows far more about the shootingâ??and the reasons behind itâ??than she’s willing to reveal.

As their search begins to unearth long-held secrets, Kit and Fianna find themselves caught be-tween duty to family and their beliefs in what’s right. How can you balance the competing de-mands of loyalty and justiceâ??especially when you add love to the mix?

Winner, Hearts Through History’s Romance Through the Ages Contest 2015
Finalist in the RWA Beau Monde’s Royal Ascot Contest 2014
Finalist in the Valley Forge Romance Writers’ Sheila Contest 2013



Allah’s Architect (The Cordoba Mysteries Book 4)

by Mark Dewar

In the Caliphate of Cordoba the ruler, Hakam, is consolidating the position of his only son, Hisham, as heir to the throne.

In celebration of Caliph Hakam’s power and piety his officials are finalising the arrangements for the opening of a magnificent extension to the Great Mosque.

As the self-designated architect of Allah, Hakam has arranged for an ancient and revered copy of the Quran to be installed in the Great Mosque. When the Quran goes missing what ensues is a precursor of the bloodshed that will follow as various factions bid to seize control of the Caliphate.

What starts as a celebration, ends in a bloodbath.

Allah’s Architect offers a fascinating glimpse into history, taking readers to a time and place that may be unfamiliar to many, but one which is populated by a host of vivid and memorable characters, places and events that will thrill lovers of historical fiction and character-driven novels alike.

Praise for Mark Dewar:

“Brilliantly plotted and rich in period detail” – Robert Foster, best-selling author of The Lunar Code

“Awesome. A fascinating story I highly recommend” – Perusing the Shelves

Mark Dewar is the pen name of the writing team Peter Dewar and Mark Heywood. Peter spent many years working in a number of Islamic countries and has an abiding interest in the history and consequences of Islamic culture in Spain as well as other countries in Europe. Mark is a novelist and screenwriter with a keen interest in the history and culture of Spain. He lives in London and Andalucía.



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