The Soul Machines ($2.99) by Alexandru Czimbor: Three young men’s quiet lives are thrown into chaos when they discover a long-lost artifact that has a devastating effect on people’s minds. Murders, insanity, and suicide wreak havoc in the region, ultimately altering the mind of a boy who is bound to change the course of history. Set in Transylvania, during the fading years of the 19th century.
The Devil’s Glove ($0.99) by Lucretia Grindle: Step into the heart of 17th-century New England, where the legacy of Salem weaves a haunting tale of suspicion and treachery. Accused healers Resolve and Deliverance battle against whispers of witchcraft. As war looms, Resolve questions her very identity. THE DEVIL’S GLOVE is a gripping saga of betrayal, loyalty, and the relentless pursuit of truth.
Strange Eden ($0.99) by Gina Giordano: Looking for the perfect beach read for this summer? This is edgy historical fiction set in a tropical paradise. Pick up a copy of Strange Eden today! Nassau, 1791: Eliza Sharpe’s sudden move to the Bahamas changes her life as she learns that her new marriage, and the island itself, are not what they seem.
Memories of Then ($0.99) by Stephanie May: Set in Sydney, Australia, Memories of Then dances between the present day and the summer of ’64, when Elijah Samuels and Audrey Hughes met and fell in love. Readers are propelled back to the Swinging Sixties – a time of social upheaval, the sexual revolution, and the Vietnam War.
Revelations From the Dead: Chronicles of the Night Waster ($0.99) by Max Willi Fischer: Eighteen-year-old cabinetmaker apprentice Thomas Sullivan chafes that his bookseller father cast him aside. Never one to lead, Thomas must come to grips with circumstances that dictate asserting himself. Disease, superstition, and murder overtake the lives of the Shaffer family with whom he resides. Fear of the dreaded white plague casts a long shadow over northeastern Connecticut in 1837.
The Amber Crane ($0.99) by Malve von Hassell: The Amber Crane pushes the boundaries of time-travel fiction and of your imagination in this tale of a journey from the past into the present, set in two devastating wars three hundred years apart and steeped in the lore and legends of amber from the shores of the Baltic Sea.
Time Passed ($0.99) by Robert Barlow Jr: Three soldiers’ gut-wrenching stories of harrowing struggles in the Vietnam War. Not your typical Vietnam War novel. The stories of Daniel Gardner, Phillip Russ and Benjamin Simms will strike an emotional chord. You will witness an otherworldly event to honor the thousands whose bodies remain missing.
Twice Upon a Time ($2.99) by Dan Davidson: Fifty-some-odd years have passed since Julie Scott and James Barlow have seen each other. They had been high school sweethearts in 1960, but unusual circumstances ended that relationship, and they went their separate ways. Now fate has brought them together again. And to what end will this lead them? Travel back in time with Julie and James.
The Mistress of Auschwitz (Book 1 of 3) ($1.99) by Terrance Williamson: Based on a true story, The Mistress of Auschwitz follows Eleonore Hodys through her horrific experience when she is detained in the notorious concentration camp. While in Auschwitz, Eleonore unintentionally captures the attention of Rudolph Hoess, the Commandant, and is forced to decide between her morals or her comfort.
Liberty One ($0.99) by Bobby Mehdwan: Nukes threaten the world. International conflict propels into space. With one chance to cripple a deadly secret, will a lone astronaut survive? Liberty One is an epic 1960s Space Race thriller. If you like heart-stopping action, dashes of romance, and edge-of-your-seat battles above the atmosphere, grab this page-turning return to the Red Scare.
Newfound Freedom ($0.99) by Richard Modlin: Young Englishman, Jack Hollister, gets shipwrecked on the coast of Maine and caught up in the beginning of the American Revolution. He joins American Patriots and becomes involved in the first naval battle of the revolution and the capture of the HMS Margaretta. Newfound Freedom is the first novel in the Jack Hollister series.
Dangereuse: Grandmother of Eleanor of Aquitaine ($0.99) by J.P. Reedman: Dangereuse is Count Aimery’s wife, but her life has become dull. Falling in love with William the Troubadour, lord of Aquitaine, between them they devise a false abduction so that she can escape her husband. William installs her in a Tower, where the lovers scandalise the nobility with a life of song, music, dance and sensuous delight…
The Romanov Heiress ($0.99) by Jennifer Laam: Four sisters in hiding. A grand duchess in disguise. Dark family secrets revealed. This historical novel is the beginning of an alternate future for the Romanovs. The daughters of the last tsar escape the Bolshevik Revolution, assume new identities, and explore new opportunities – and romance – in the years following WWI.
The Shadow Palace (The House of Closed Doors Book 3) ($0.99) by Jane Steen: Chicago, 1876: Martin was doubtless joking when he told Nell that if she got herself mixed up with a murderer for the third time, he’d disown her. But when Martin himself is arrested for murder, Nell’s dreams of a new life appear to be swallowed up in the web of secrets she constructs to help him.
Heir to Malla (Land of Magadha Trilogy Book 1) ($0.99) by Anna Bushi: A kingdom in peril, a missing heir, and a race for the throne! When Jay vanishes in enemy territory, Malla is plunged into chaos. As power-hungry princes compete for the crown, only Meera stands between the kingdom and total ruin. Will she be able to protect Malla’s future, or will her brother’s disappearance spell the end of everything she holds dear? Don’t miss this epic tale.
The Parthian (Parthian Chronicles Book 1) ($2.99) by Peter Darman: The story of Prince Pacorus of Parthia who fights beside Spartacus in the great slave uprising that shook the Roman Empire to its core.’The Parthian’ is the first volume in the best-selling Parthian Chronicles, an epic saga of one man fighting for his homeland against the backdrop of a clash between two empires and two civilizations.
Rage of the Berserk (Vikings of Norway Book 3) ($2.99) by Ole Åsli: New release: Geir is a lonely and hopeless Viking boy. When a raid from a rival clan threatens to destroy the village and its people, Geir is thrust into a life-or-death battle to defend what little is left. After the battle Geir realises that the real threat is much closer to home. Can Geir control his burning rage and win the title of his dreams?
The Only Way Home ($0.99) by Jeanette Minniti: DESPERATE TIMES. DANGER ON THE RAILS. JOURNEY TO SAVE A FAMILY. The Only Way Home is a story of one boy’s determination to survive loss and hardship to help his family and how fate and a violin touch his life. Fans of Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens and Sold on a Monday by Kristina Morris will love this story set during the Great Depression of a fatherless boy fighting to save his family.
Action this Day: An Aspects of History WW2 Short Story Collection ($0.99) by Timothy Ashby: ‘A brilliant series of short stories by masters of the genre. I loved them all.’ Robert Lyman, author of A War of Empires. Action This Day is a diverse and enjoyable collection of short stories by bestselling WW2 fiction authors Timothy Ashby, Alan Bardos, Mark Ellis, Alex Gerlis, Allan Martin, Deborah Swift and Matthew Willis.
The Boy King’s Tale: as Told by Geoffrey Chaucer ($4.99) by Michael January: Journey back to 14th century England, as young King Edward III, after the murder of his father by his mother and her lover, must fight for his crown and find romance amidst the twisted labyrinth of medieval intrigue, told by Geoffrey Chaucer as one of his tales.
Warrior King (Egypt’s Golden Age Chronicles Book 1) ($0.99) by Lauren Lee Merewether: With treachery and betrayal, power and glory, this mother’s tale of love and sacrifice will transport you back to the Dynasty that propelled the once-called Kemet out of the hands of foreign kings and into a golden age of Ancient Egypt. If you loved Michelle Moran’s “Nefertiti,” you will adore Merewether’s “Warrior King.” Grab your copy today.
Searching for Home ($3.99) by Margaret G. Hanna: New Release: Mary Appleton emigrates to western Canada in 1912 and faces every immigrant’s dilemma: where is home? Her heart is still in England but her life is now in Canada. She returns to England in 1952, and what she learns surprises her. The author’s maternal grandmother’s story.
Where The Cricket Sings ($0.99) by D T Murphy: In 1930s Spain, Luken and Miren pay the price for standing up to naked authoritarianism: exile and refuge. And even though the pursuing forces and influences of Fascism have not gone away, their liberal spirit and mettle drives them to create a new life. However, the civil wartime consequences are still in the wings, waiting to pounce.
Bowery Girl ($0.99) by Kim Taylor Blakemore: New York, 1883: Pickpocket Mollie Flynn must use her wits to survive the streets, and hang on to her dream of a better life. “Gang violence, raucous carousing, accidental pregnancy, and crime – not what most will expect from Victorian-era historical fiction. But that’s exactly what they’ll find in this tightly plotted novel…” – Booklist
The Crimson Child (Empire of Shadows Book 2) ($0.99) by R.N. Morris: 1880. St Petersburg. A shocking crime, committed in broad daylight against a respected member of the establishment, strikes terror at the heart of the city. Magistrate Pavel Pavlovich Virginsky must find a way to infiltrate a group of disaffected reactionaries with whom the dead man was associated. Virginsky uncovers a dark history in which the crimes of the past give rise to further crimes.
Lucia’s War ($0.99) by Susan Lanigan: Lucia Percival has overcome adversity to become a world-renowned soprano. But she has carried a lifelong secret from her youth when she served as a nurse during World War I – and she is ready to confess. From Jamaica to England, through Glasgow to Black society in London, Lucia’s journey shows a woman determined to fight against all odds.
8 ¼ Rules for Resilience: How to Bounce Back in an Unpredictable World ($4.99) by Jackson Sherry: After a near-fatal accident left Jackson severely paralyzed, he rebuilt his life from the ground up. Everything he thought he knew about resilience turned out to be pure ego. Through trial and error, he created a system for tenacity based on the major setbacks in his life. The result was the 8 ¼ Rules for Resilience shared in this book.
Know Your Man: Playful Relationship Advice for Understanding Your Pig ($1.99) by Michael Coogan: You looked for a man and found a pig. Often this cycle of embarrassment, frustration, and heartache dealing with total pigs continues as you search for that special man. A man’s mind works in simple, predictable ways. You’ll uncover their secret customs, patterns, and behaviors. Master the effortless tactics you need to train and manage him 24×7.
Turning 60: When the Hell Did This Happen? ($2.99) by Rick L. Huffman: In a world where time stops for no one, wrinkles become battle scars, and gray hair is the crown of wisdom, there comes a book that confronts the inevitable milestone of turning sixty. Turning 60: When the Hell Did This Happen? Get ready to laugh out loud with a rebellious 60-year-old who refuses to let age define him.
Juror #11 ($1.99) by Katrina Robertson: The story of a journey from serving on the jury for a murder trial and then ending up with her own charges and trial and a mistrial granted in the murder trial. A vulnerable inside look at the criminal justice system.
Lantern Across the Sea (Lover of the Sea Book 1) ($0.99) by Michael Ponzio: In 1277, Bastone, sailor, and spy, travels across the sea, concealing his prime mission: stop Charles of Anjou’s attack on Constantinople. He falls in love with a Greek fisherman’s daughter. In a dangerous world of pirates, assassins, slave traders, and hostile family prejudice, together, they must prevent a history-changing catastrophe.
The Poland Trilogy (Books 1-3) ($3.99) by James Conroyd Martin: Based on the diary of a countess, this riviting saga displays “all the sweep and romance of ‘Gone with the Wind’ and ‘Doctor Zhivago’.” ~India Edghill. Winner of a GOLD MEDAL for the Box Set from the Independent Publishers Book Awards. On Kindle Unlimited.
A Reluctant Hero (Will Revill Thrillers Book 3) ($0.99) by John Pilkington: England, August 1591. After two years as a soldier turned spy for the Crown, Captain Will Revill must join the staff of Lord Ballater, an embittered Catholic. On orders of Queen Elizabeth’s new spymaster, Sir Robert Cecil, Revill’s task is to keep a close watch on Ballater’s staunchly Catholic servants – one of whom Cecil believes intends to make an attempt on the Queen’s life.
Heirs of the Tide (Lost Tales of Sepharad Book 2) ($1.99) by Michelle Fogle: Journey to the Holy Land during the Renaissance for a thrilling adventure. When a crime lord abducts their father, two brothers set sail to retrieve lost family assets to pay the ransom. They navigate treacherous waters with a fearless crew of Sephardic corsairs seeking justice against the Inquisition, in a tale of danger and unbreakable bonds.
The General Wondered Why (Tales of Empire Book 1) ($0.99) by William Slim: Edited by bestselling military historian Robert Lyman, this is a special collection of stories by William “Bill” Slim which were first published during the interwar years. Although of their time, the stories convey Slim’s humanity – as well as provide an insight into the long-departed world of operations of the Old Indian Army and the North-West Frontier.
Whiskey and Old Stogies ($0.99) by Lisa Angle: In 1920s North Carolina young Rufus leaves his family knowing nobody will miss him. He carries haunting secrets. When he falls in with the O’Haras he believes he found a home. He learns to make white lightening and prospers in selling it. Running moonshine leads him to dark places where he encounters rough culprits. A scheme gone wrong lands him in prison where he confronts his past.