All eBooks in Historical Category


An Oracles Novelette
Juniper Lynch has a flair for all things psychic - a gift she inherited from her dearly departed granny. When her best friend, Gena needs help finding her missing retainer, Juniper is quick to try scrying, aka crystal-gazing. With no crystal ball read more ...
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2.99 €
An Account of Military Intervention in North Russia
The writer of this book went to North Russia as a Y.M.C.A. secretary assigned to work with the army, landing at Murmansk just before Thanksgiving, 1918. This book, based on his experience, was first published two years later in 1920 in USA. From t read more ...
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1.49 €
Never volunteer for Mission 13, they warned. It’s bad luck. But Hash did. And over Amoy, even the green correspondent could see that they would never get back. A strange man, Hash. Out of the same biscuit tin as the rest, yet subtly, disturbingly dif read more ...
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0.76 €
Knowing she doesn’t have long to live, Liza Meacham summons local newspaper writer Nathaniel to her bedside to share a story she’s kept to herself for seven decades. It’s the story of a man named Joseph Tilley, a man she came to know quite well. With read more ...
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2.99 €
You love the bible? want to know more then we have a book for you. This books is called The A Bible a new revised 2014 of the OT, Apocrypha and the NT of the holy bible. One of the best bibles out today! read more ...
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7.65 €
The Man who Never Dies
No one can tell who made the spheres of twelve faces or why or what the Romans called them: maybe Corpus Sacrum. Maybe something else. We refer to them as pentagondodecahedra. But that is a modern word, and an uncouth one, too. A hundred are known read more ...
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2.99 €
– That’s all, Pasha, thank you. I’ll do myself now. – What do you mean “yourself”? I’ll give you a lift. He was surprised. She looked intently at him… and said: – Pasha, well, you know that nothing of this was real... After a pause, she added: – read more ...
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4.99 €
A race against the flames… Emmie Kirkwood is delighted when the Gateway Roadhouse insists she take a day off. Finding herself in ancient Egypt, she can think of only one thing. Spending her precious day at the most fabled library in the ancient wo read more ...
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1.99 €
Naval Alternate History
Ever wonder 'what if'? Some of the most decisive turns in warfare occurred in naval battles on the sea. Sometimes the difference between winning and losing rested on the most tenuous of decisions. Read your world as it might have been. Ten Naval B read more ...
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0.76 €
Russia, a country shrouded in secrecy, staggering under an oppressive, warmongering ruler. But revolution is in the air, and things are about to change. Natalie Tereshchenko works in the household of the Tsar and his family, but she is no ordinary read more ...
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1.99 €
Hagar, an Egyptian maidservant was granted a divine promise. Through her son, Ishmael, her descendants would number in the multitudes. When twelve sons are born to Ishmael, a bust sculpted in Hagar’s likeness was adorned to commemorate the legacy. read more ...
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1.49 €
Part 3: The Dominion Device
Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In th read more ...
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2.99 €
Part 2: The Gears of Fate
Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In the read more ...
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2.99 €
Part 1: Codebook of the Cosmos
Around 70 B.C., a tradeship heading for Rome foundered off the coast of Antikythera. On board was the most sophisticated device known to the classical world: The Antikythera Mechanism - a set of gears that might foretell the ways of the stars. In t read more ...
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2.99 €
The Lady of All
No one can tell who made the spheres with twelve faces or why or what the Romans called them: maybe Corpus Sacrum. Maybe something else. We refer to them as pentagon-dodecahedra. But that is a modern word, and an uncouth one, too. A hundred are know read more ...
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2.99 €
AN EX-UNION SOLDIER ATTEMPTS TO SOLVE A MURDER AS POST CIVIL WAR DIVISIONS THREATEN TO TEAR A COMMUNITY APART 'Hal Reames walks the reader back into the heart of the American Civil War, let by his amiable ex-slave raconteur, Bernard, who knows the read more ...
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2.99 €
Reviewed by Alice DiNizo for Readers' Favorite The incredible steamship named Titanic sank on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic on April 15, 1912, and books have been written and movies produced about this tragic steamship disaster. Troy Veen read more ...
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2.99 €
“The world under heaven, after a long period of division, tends to unite; after a long period of union, tends to divide…” The Han dynasty is falling, the rebels and warlords fight each other for the hegemony in China. Who will bring peace to these read more ...
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4.80 €
In 1812, Lieutenant Lawrence Orr is defending the Canadas from an American invasion. Grievously injured, he finds himself falling for the two women tending him. Will he choose the doctor's daughter, a beautiful and enthusiastic young woman who matche read more ...
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1.49 €
On the island of Malta, in 8th century B.C., Nuriya desires love and romance as passionately as she desires to be a healer. Against the backdrop of temples to the Great Mother, ancestor spirits, and a charismatic Phoenician warrior, Nuriya comes of a read more ...
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2.99 €
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