The mysterious appearance of an unidentified man leads to difficult questions - and romance . . .
Cornwall, 1911: Young lady's maid Effie Pengelly is confused and alarmed when charming Constable Alexander Dawes questions her about an unidentified, now deceased man who came to the town asking for her whereabouts. As the weeks go by, Constable Dawes seeks out any excuse to talk to Miss Pengelly, but he knows his family would never allow them to marry. When the investigation into the dead man finally reveals a clue, could this lead Alex and Effie towards the future they deserve?
A young knight must ward off temptation, if he is to marry his true love . . .
1355. When seventeen-year-old Wulfstan Wynstede is chosen to join the army of his greatest hero, Prince Edward, later known as the Black Prince, he distinguishes himself but sustains a bad injury at the Battle of Poitiers. Receiving a knighthood and returning to Berkhamsted Castle, England, Wulfstan falls in love with Beulah, a pretty, devout girl, but her father demands a formal betrothal for four years before they can marry. Can their love sustain them or will Wulfstan be led astray by the many temptations that face a young knight?
Spring, 266 BC.
When Isokrates, helmsman of the Rhodian warship Atalanta, encounters a pirate vessel off the Lycian coast, he finds himself caught up in affairs of state more deadly than the naval battles he's accustomed to. Among the pirates' victims is a beautiful woman, the mistress of a king, who is fleeing to her lover's enemy with news that will start a war to engulf the whole of the east . . .
An English Civil War novel from a highly-acclaimed author.
London, 1647. Lucy Wentor, a young lady who was attacked by soldiers during the civil war, and then rejected by her sweetheart, hopes to start her life afresh in the capital with her uncle and aunt. London, however, is in chaos and her once well-to-do uncle is now almost bankrupt. Unwilling to go home, Lucy finds a job in publishing and excitement, love and independence soon follow . . .
The compelling sequel to the English Civil War novel London in Chains.
It is 1648, and the Civil War has been resurrected by a king still determined to be an absolute ruler and a parliament unable to agree how to govern without him. Blacksmith Jamie Hudson, weary and disillusioned, is forced to re-enlist, leaving his wife Lucy to struggle on alone in London: printing newsbooks, dodging the censors, and all the while supporting the Leveller demands for democracy and freedom, and hoping for a peace that will finally allow the two of them to be together again . . .
A suspense saga set in the 1940's from a much-loved author.
1947. Kindly, unassuming widow Dorrie Resterick continually finds herself confidante to others' troubles. She would prefer to keep in the background, but life throws her many a mystery, and once she even found a scrap of evidence in a dreadful local crime - the double murder of two villagers. While the police decided the scrap of paper Dorrie brought to them solved the case, Dorrie was never sure - and when new tenants arrive at long-abandoned creepy cottage Merrivale, the site of the murders, their actions inadvertently plunge the whole village into danger . . .
From the author of the Lucinda Pierce series, comes a thrilling mystery, set during the Second World War.
As the only female scientist in a top secret WW2 facility, Libby Clark is excited to begin what she believes is important government research. However, one night she discovers a dead body sprawled behind the bleachers and realizes all is not what it seems. Libby must follow every possible lead to the shocking and unexpected conclusion.
A story of war-time romance from Wales' best-selling author.
Swansea, 1941. Meryl Jones is evacuated to Carmarthen, where she falls for half-German Michael - but Michael seems to like her sister, Hari, better. Then the military police come for Michael. Meryl helps him escape, and their relationship blossoms. But, as the war ends, Meryl knows that the man she loves will have to make a fateful choice between her and her sister . . .
Benjamin January must uncover a killer to protect a secret . . .
Following the murder of a chief 'conductor' of the Underground Railroad - the secret network of safe-houses that guide escaping slaves to freedom - Jubal Cain, the coordinator of the entire Railroad system in Mississippi, is accused of the crime. It's up to Benjamin January to step in and find the true killer - before their covers are blown.
When the family castle is besieged by an ancient enemy, Ursula rides of help to Aylmer, who has asked for her hand in marriage. Ursula admires and respects Aylmer, who is much older than she. He loves her dearly and promises to help lift the siege.
Aylmer offers the services of Benedict de Huste, a young man with a tragic past whom Aylmer regards as an adopted son.
Together Ursula and Benedict fight a double battle. They fight for their lives in the besieged castle, and they fight against the love which grows between them.