Free historical fiction Kindle books for 12 Jan 19

The Dust and the Dark Places: Part One

by Andrew D Gracey

As the summer moon rises in the Mojave Desert, a blood-stained horse stumbles upon Jasper’s solitary campfire that burns low underneath an old mesquite tree. The horse drops Benjamin, a headstrong and wounded young gunslinger that lays across her back beside the warm glow, and takes rests in the relative safety that the fire provides.

After moments of hesitation, Jasper decides to fix the young gunslinger’s injuries and waits for him to awaken. Acknowledging that they are trapped by the dangers of the night, the two men agree to exchange their stories in a desperate attempt to stay awake and fight the looming call of death.

Jasper soon uncovers that Benjamin has lost sight of the things that matter most to him, and concludes that there is more to be discussed if they are both to survive the night in the wilderness. Can Jasper convince Benjamin to change his life before the sun rises, or is it too late to save a man consumed by violence, hatred and revenge?

The Dust and the Dark Places is a Western epic split over two parts. It is an emotional and humorous story of tragic loss, psychological trauma and gritty violence, told with a strong narrative and a cast of memorable characters to love and despise in equal measure.

Destiny’s Gold (Captain Jane Thorn Book 1)

by Pamela Grimm

It is 1820 and a young, female sea captain sets sail aboard the schooner Destiny bound for the sugar plantations of Cuba and then on to the Baltic for iron. Political intrigue and mystery dog the voyage, and those who underestimate the captain’s skill and business acumen do so at their peril.

This is historical, nautical fiction with a fresh new take. Destiny’s Gold author Pamela Grimm has created an indomitable female character and a storyline that keeps you guessing. Pamela combines her love of maritime history with experience as a commercial and recreational captain to bring to life the golden age of merchant sailing ships in the person of Captain Jane Thorn and her loyal crew.

Pride and Prophesy: A Victorian Romance

by C L Bennett

Two beautiful yet poor lady milliners fall in love with the handsome bachelors of Hopewell Hall. But can love cross the class divide? Victorian romantic novel written in 1903. Local and historical interest, Wirral, Chester, Cheshire, Lancashire.

The Ranger’s Tale: A Settler’s Story of Colonial New Hampshire

by David Hawkins

In 1761 the last of the French and Indian Wars were nealy over with, only sporadic fighting was flaring up. Enoch Hapgood received his discharge papers shortly after the capture of Fort Detroit. He chose to walk home to Concord New Hampshire. As one of Rodger’s Rangers he knew he could make better time walking than riding a horse through the wilderness. Besides the British Army wasn’t inclined to provide horses for civilians.

From Fort Detroit he traveled to Fort Niagara, then Fort Oswego in New York Province. Then down the Mohawk River to the Hudson River and across the New Hampshire Grants to his home in Concord. Once home, he went to work in his father’s sawmill. He was ready to settle down and lead a peaceful life. He was also determined to have nothing more to to with the British Army.

Then his father learned that a new township was looking for someone to start a sawmill up north of Fort Wentworth in the Stonington Grant. Enoch had spent some time there on the return from the raid on Saint Francis. It was good land and there were good stands of timber to supply a mill. They decided to expand the family business…

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by Murali Govindaraj

This book is one best short story and describe the story of one women ,she is living in FORREST LONELY .
Why she is living there and what happened in she is life.
This is historical true story.

Barnabas Tew and The Case of The Nine Worlds

by Columbkill Noonan

Hold your flying horses!

Barnabas Tew and Wilfred Colby are back, and, once again, they’re in a bit of a pickle.

Barnabas and Wilfred, two earnest but bumbling Victorian detectives, travel through the Nine Worlds of Norse mythology, trying to stave off the impending end of the world – an event which the locals call Ragnarok. This time, however, the intrepid twosome has some help: a brave Viking seer named Brynhild and her flying horse.

Can the two plucky detectives and the fearsome Brynhild outwit those who would bring about Ragnarok? Will they survive the harsh conditions and terrifying creatures of the Norse afterlife?

Will they save the worldâ?¦again?

The Eye

by Cyrus Spielberg

Framed For The Ritual Murder Of His Stunning Wife By The Occult, Jacob Flees To America Via Africa’s Surprise ,
But The Eye Seeks To Silence Him. Year 1765

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