The Seeds of War (The Fighting Sail Series Book 14) by Alaric Bond

The Seeds of War begins in 1811. The war with France continues although conflict of another kind is raging on America’s Eastern Seaboard. For many years oppressive trade sanctions have soured Britain’s relations with the newly formed United States; tensions … Continue reading

Britannia’s Morass– The Dawlish Chronicles September – December 1884 by Antoine Vanner

In Britannia’s Morass, Florence Dawlish remains in Britain when her husband, Captain Nicholas Dawlish, leaves for service in the Sudan. She faces months of worry about him but she’ll cope by immersing herself in welfare work for Royal Navy seamen’s families … Continue reading

Britannia’s Innocent: The Dawlish Chronicles February – May 1864 by Antione Vanner

1864 – Political folly has brought war upon Denmark. Lacking allies, the country is invaded by the forces of military superpowers Prussia and Austria. Cut off from the main Danish Army, and refusing to use the word ‘retreat’, a resolute commander … Continue reading

Britannia’s Mission: The Dawlish Chronicles August 1883 to February 1884 by Antione Vanner

1883: The slave trade flourishes in the Indian Ocean, a profitable trail of death and misery that leads from ravaged African villages to the insatiable markets of Arabia. Britain has been long committed to the trade’s suppression but now a … Continue reading

Rhode Island Rendezvous: Book 3 of the Patricia MacPherson Nautical Adventure Series by Linda Collison

Patricia MacPherson is not the man she claims to be. The Seven Years War is over but trouble in the American colonies is brewing. Maintaining her disguise as a young man, Patricia is finding success as Patrick MacPherson. Formerly a … Continue reading

The Shantyman – One of Kirkus’ Best Indie Books of the Year 2015

We are extremely pleased to announce that Rick Spilman’s novel “The Shantyman” has been selected as one of Kirkus Reviews’ Best Indie Books for 2015.  From the review: With eloquent accuracy, Spilman’s novel captures the life of a 19th-century sailor…. Spilman’s … Continue reading