The Usurper King (The Plantagenet Legacy Book 3) ($0.99) by Mercedes Rochelle: From Rebel to Usurper, Henry IV found himself in an untenable position. How does he prove his legitimacy? What to do with the deposed king? How can he satisfy his supporters when the exchequer is empty? In the end, Henry was to discover that having the kingship was much less rewarding than striving for it.
Liberty in Ashes (Three Book Trilogy) ($2.99) by Charlsie Russell: Liberty in Ashes trilogy: Duty, vengeance, history, and romance blur across the backdrop of the devastated South. In honor of the publication of Eve of the Carpetbagger, the final novel in a historical series set during Presidential Reconstruction, Loblolly Writer’s House is proud to offer readers the entire set for only $2.99 at Amazon.
Queen of Hell (Persephone Book 1) ($0.99) by Danae Samms: This story follows a young woman rising to power in a time when women had no power at all. Persephone is strong, smart, caring, and has a quick wit. Despite being torn down by an abusive father, and the loss of her mother and siblings, she does not simply roll over and take the punches. Persephone pushes back. She fights for control and gets it.
Stars and Badges Saga (Books 2-3) ($0.99) by SJ Zeller: In Love Conquers All, Peg Raskalm and Deputy U.S. Marshal Paul Holland must overcome betrayal, deceit, high-stakes danger, and their past if they are going to be together. In The Cabin, Allie Simms and Deputy U.S. Marshal Ben Decker must overcome Mallory’s gang, adverse weather, and a mine on the verge of collapse if they are to be together.
The Dawning: 31,000 BC ($1.99) by Richard W. Wise: An age-old story of deadly struggle, lovers torn apart and their unwavering promise to find each other again. Can Ejil and Lada beat the odds despite growing tensions between the Cro-Magnons and Neaderthals? Travel back to the Ice Age with Richard W. Wise’s “The Dawning” to find out.
The Relic of Lemuria (The Genevieve Stone Adventures Book 1) ($0.99) by John Donlan: The death of a museum security guard in Victorian London propels antique shop owner and amateur archaeologist Genevieve Stone into investigating. What begins as a compelling mystery soon turns into a race against time, and across half the world, with the fate of someone she cares deeply about hanging in the balance. First in a series of five books.
The Anonymous Scribe (The Vatican Chronicles Book 2) ($0.99) by John I. Rigoli and Diane Cummings: While analyzing parchment fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls, grad student Susan Bauer pieces together text that indicates the existence of a stolen Secret Temple Scroll that was penned decades before the gospels. If discovered, this document could free the Jewish people from the centuries-long blemish that they are responsible for Yeshua’s death.
The Barracks of the Holocaust: The Complete Series ($0.99) by Elyse Hoffman: Vilém Rehor is a guard at a concentration camp turned Holocaust memorial. Tasked with guarding the grounds against neo-Nazi attacks, he gets more than he bargained for when he discovers that ghosts are roaming the grounds — the ghosts of Holocaust victims desperate to fulfill their last wishes… and the ghost of a vicious Nazi.
The Failed Apprentice ($0.99) by W.J. Small: London 1531. When blacksmith apprentice Will Patten witnesses his master’s brutal murder, he returns to his family’s impoverished home in London. Will is thrust into the world of espionage as the winds of the Tudor court shift. Torn between his own survival and loyalties to those he loves, Will makes a rash decision that endangers not only his family but himself…
Second Chance (Pale Rider Alternative History Book 1) ($1.99) by Michael Roberts: Jack Reacher meets The Patriot in this best-selling time travel alternate history series! When we lost the American Rebellion against the British in the 1700s, the world for the colonists changed for the worse. Can I achieve the impossible and change America’s future by going into the past?
The Secret War of 1834 ($3.99) by B. B. LeClere: A Tale of Zombies VS Steampunk! In the frontier town of Chicago, a Doctor, a Medicine Man, and a rabid rat inadvertently create a zombie-like plague. To stop this plague from destroying the people of a young and fragile America, everyone must rethink everything they know about war tactics and technology, and fight this new foe in a new way.
Winter’s Reckoning ($0.99) by Adele Holmes M.D.: It’s 1917 in the American South. An herbalist healer refuses to bend the knee to a questionable new leader in her rural town—and finds herself unjustly accused and given a disturbing ultimatum. Will history repeat itself? Kirkus calls this “A notable tale that offers the hope that even small actions can lead toward greater good.”
Meeting Destiny (Destiny’s Mysteries Book 1) ($0.99) by Sierra Kopp: “Meeting Destiny” is a Christian historical adventure book with a spice of romance. It is the first book in the series “Destiny’s Mysteries.” Follow characters Seth and Georgiana as they discover their own destinies…
Marbeck and the Privateers (Martin Marbeck Mysteries Book 3) ($0.99) by John Pilkington: England, 1604. King James wants to be known as The Peacemaker King – but there are ruthless men who profit from war, and who will stop at nothing to sabotage the negotiations to end the war with Spain. Caught up in a web of intrigue, helped one moment and betrayed the next, Marbeck finds himself in a savage battle. the agent is pushed to the limits of his powers…
Diary of A Fallen Empire ($2.99) by Wilhelm Porterfield: In Diary of a Fallen Empire, see the world through Constantina’s eyes and follow her on a perilous journey as she unravels the secret behind the fall of the Byzantine empire.
The Convenient (The Torrport Diaries Book 1) ($0.99) by Albert Marsolais and Bettyanne Twigg: A historical thriller of doctors, disease epidemics, murder, and political intrigue… “a most accomplished work in a league of its own.” – Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite
Tell Me About My Father: Wasyl’s Story (Rocked in the Cradle of Coal Series Book 2) ($0.99) by Jayne M. Booth: This story features a little boy trying to help his poor family in the coal regions of early 20th-century America. Mama doesn’t want him to work in the mines, but what can he do? He is so confused. If he had a father, then he would advise him. Why all the secrecy about his father? One day he accidentally hears the truth. He needs more answers now.
Stars and Badges Saga (Books 4 & 5) ($2.99) by SJ Zeller: Follow Meg Bertrew and her all-female company of Deputy U.S. Marshals as they overcome betrayal and catastrophes to restore their honor and the glory of their badges. If you like Lonesome Dove or The Magnificent Seven, then this Box Set is for you!
Between Two Dreams (The Women of Campbell County Book 4) ($2.99) by S. Lee Fisher: Multi-award-winning S. Lee Fisher masterfully weaves the Women of Campbell County saga to an end! The anticipated, Between Two Dreams, is the continuing story of Olive Westchester, Harriett Kepler, & Eddy Kepler, beginning in 1953. Fisher, skillfully binds characters and plots to a startling, satisfying conclusion with unexpected twists and turns.
Band of Brothers (For God and Glory Book 1) ($0.99) by Richard Foreman: ‘Escapism at its best… A great read that tells much about the style of war and how the individuals fought.’ – Michael Jecks. Featuring The Game’s Afoot, Harfleur, and Agincourt.
If the Tree Falls ($4.99) by Anthony Tipping: One hundred years ago, Daniel wanders the streets of Manhattan, ready to jump into the Hudson River. At the last moment, a homeless woman convinces him to journey with her to an international exposition in Brazil to distract from his grief and heartache. Prepare to walk the streets of Latin America, taking in the sights and smells of the time.
Sword of Rome (The Dream of Rome Book 1) ($0.99) by Richard Foreman: ‘The coming man of historical fiction.’ Saul David. The best-selling Sword of Rome novellas are collected together for the first time in one epic edition. The series follows Julius Caesar and his centurion Lucius Oppius during their campaigns in Britain, Gaul, and the Civil War. The stories are a blend of action, intrigue, and Ancient History.
Keepers ($0.99) by Cheryl Burman: In 1950s Australia, Raine finds herself abandoned, pregnant, and alone. In her search for the truth and for happiness, she lays bare choices she thought were buried forever. Not everyone can win.’A treat to savour’ Discovering Diamonds review
The Hastie Girls: A Coming-of-Age Journey of Two Sisters Part 1 ($3.99) by Jaycee Fox: The Hastie Girls, a coming-of-age story, is the first installment of a two-part series. Set in the 1950s, within the confines of sheltered English village life, this is a journey of shocking naivety to shattered dreams and where the sisters’ loyalties will be challenged.
The Hooded Outlaw (Wild Sherwood Book 11) ($3.99) by Edie Roones: When Robin Hood escapes a trap set by the Sheriff of Nottingham, he never expects to meet the love of his life, Lady Marianne of d’Airsey. Unexpected trouble menaces the d’Airsey family. How can Robin Hood and his men as well as a disguised Faerie prevent evil from threatening Lady Marianne and her father?
Sincerity is a Goddess (The Etrurian Players Book 1) ($0.99) by Adam Alexander Haviaras: 5 Stars – Winner of the Historical Fiction Company’s ‘Highly Recommended Award of Excellence’! Sincerity is a Goddess is a heartwarming story of friendship and love that takes you on a bawdy and hilarious journey through the world of ancient Rome.
Under a Bloody Flag (War in the West Series Book 1) ($2.99) by Kathleen Walls: Under A Bloody Flag is first of War in the West Series. Events in Bloody Kansas leading to the Civil War are told from the viewpoint of a young southern man, his freed slave half-brother, & his newly-acquired abolitionist wife. Real-life events and characters blend with fictional ones to showcase history in an exciting story. Not what’s taught in school.
A Heart To Survive ($0.99) by George Fillis: $0.99 from 2/8 through 2/14! Fans of All the Light We Cannot See, The Nightingale, and Unbroken will enjoy this part adventure, part historical saga, and part coming-of-age love story. “The Collingwood Series is Canadian historical fiction at its best… readers are in for an extraordinary read that blends a coming-of-age love story with a window into Canadian culture, race relations of the 1950s” -Midwest Book Review.
Yellow Sky Revolt (The Three Kingdoms Chronicles Book 1) ($0.99) by Baptiste Pinson Wu: China, 184 CE. An empire will shatter. Dark clouds loom over the Han dynasty. The Yellow Turbans, simple folks turned rebels, threaten the power in place with their sheer numbers and burning anger. Among them, Liao Hua, a young peasant boy, becomes the symbol of the uprising’s vengeful spirit. But what should have been a short revolt turns into a bloody war for survival.
Return to Burke County: Love, Loss, Politics and Murder… ($1.99) by RE LEWIS: Return to Burke County: Love, Loss, Politics, Moonshine and Murder… by R. E. Lewis is based on a true story of an accidental death deep in the post-Civil War Appalachian Mountains. Roby Martin, a hard-working, responsible husband determined to protect his wife finds himself in a predicament following the murder of Cal Porter.
Quintus Hopper of Nevada ($1.99) by Daniel Martin Eckhart: The life of Quintus Hopper is as epic as it is peculiar and mystical, and he spends it – often curiously guided by an old medicine woman – in search of meaning and purpose. Walk with Quintus. Discover the true history of Nevada along the way, ask your questions, and maybe, just like Quintus, you’ll find your life’s answers.
The Aleutian Voyage Hang On! ($4.99) by Lou Marich: In 1866, America began to recover from a bloody Civil War and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. To increase his popularity, President Andrew Johnson attempts to purchase the vast territory of Alaska from the Russian Emperor. An expedition is assembled to survey and explore this region. Jack Calsin becomes an unsuspecting pawn in a life and death struggle to complete his mission!