Mark Keating, The Pirate Devlin , about the former servant of a British naval officer, who becomes a ruthless pirate; 1 in the Pirate Devlin series. Mark Keating, Hunt for White Gold , about a former servant to a naval officer, now a feared pirate, searching for a secret more valuable than gold: the formula for Chinese porcelain; 2 in the Pirate Devlin series.
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Mark Keating, Blood Diamond , about a former servant to a naval officer, now a feared pirate, who is asked to assist the fraudulent South Sea Company by stealing a renowned diamond from its owner, a French prince; 3 in the Pirate Devlin series. Mark Keating, Cross of Fire , about a former servant to a naval officer, now a feared pirate, who is hunting one enemy while being hunted by others in the seas off Africa; 4 in the Pirate Devlin series.
Kei, The Sallee Rovers , about a British sailor struggling to come out as gay while surviving storms, battles and other challenges at sea; 1 in the Pirates of the Narrow Seas series; self-published. Kei, Men of Honor , about a British sailor arrested on charges of sodomy and desertion; 2 in the Pirates of the Narrow Seas series; self-published.
Kei, Iron Men , about a gay British sailor trying to rescue his captain from drink as mutiny threatens; 3 in the Pirates of the Narrow Seas series; self-published. Keogh, The Prodigal , about an Englishman who sails to the West Indies to avenge the death of his father by pirates and find his kidnapped mother; 1 in the planned Jack Mallory Chronicles series. Rosalind Laker, The Silver Touch , based on the true story of a woman silversmith in eighteenth century England.
Emery Lee, The Highest Stakes , about an orphaned girl, the stableboy who loves her, and horse racing in England and Colonial Virginia. Ardian Lee is a pen name formerly used by author Julianne Lee. Norah Lofts, Out of this Nettle ; also titled Colin Lowrie , about a young Scottish rebel who must flee after the disastrous battle at Culloden Field. Norah Lofts, Hester Roon , about an orphaned girl who flees into London's underworld after being raped by her employer. Kelly Long, Arms of Love , about a young Amish man whose sympathies are with the American patriots, and the woman he loves, whose father is jailed as a conscientious objector; 1 in the planned Amish Beginnings series.
Charlotte Lovejoy, Madame Bliss , an erotic novel about a beautiful servant girl "ruined" by her master, who then sets out for London determined to enjoy all the pleasures life has to offer. Rebecca Mascull, Song of the Sea Maid , about a woman raised in an orphanage who gains a scientific education and travels to Portugal where she finds evidence for a theory that anticipates Darwin. Van Wyck Mason, Manila Galleon , about George Anson's disastrous voyage around the world in and his eventual capture of the Manila Galleon.
Van Wyck Mason, Rascals' Heaven , about James Edward Oglethorpe, the British general who founded the colony of Georgia in , and his plan to take people of good character from debtor's prison and settle them in Georgia. Maria McCann, Ace, King, Knave , about an aristocratic young woman engaged to a man who may not be what he presents himself to be, and a former prostitute who fears the man who keeps her may be stealing corpses. Review at The Guardian. Katharine McMahon, The Alchemist's Daughter , about the daughter of a Newtonian philosopher who marries for love after becoming pregnant and then rediscovers the value of her father's rational investigations.
Katharine McMahon, Season of Light , about a young English woman who travels to Paris before the Revolution and meets a dashing idealist at a literary salon before returning to England where she is under pressure to marry for money. Elisabeth McNeill, The Heartbreaker , about Bonnie Prince Charlie and the poor shepherdess who, after helping him escape Scotland, struggles to keep herself and her four children alive.
Andrew Miller, Ingenious Pain , about a phyisican of the midth century who was born with a physical condition that makes him unable to feel pain. Steph Minns, One Man Drowning , about a gay man who in runs away from his passionless marriage to a life at sea and an affair with a ship captain who runs a smuggling operation; self-published. Jude Morgan, An Accomplished Woman , a Georgian romantic comedy about a woman with no intention of marrying. Andrew Motion, Silver , a sequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island , in which the son and daughter of two former pirates set out to find the remainder of the treasure their fathers left behind forty years previously.
Andrew Motion, The New World , about a boy shipwrecked on the coast of Texas after escaping from a gang of pirates; sequel to Silver. Peter Mottley, The Harlot's Progress: Yorkshire Molly , about an innocent young Yorkshire woman snared into a life of prostitution when she travels to London; independently published by the late author's daughter. Neil Munro, The Shoes of Fortune , about a Scot who renounces his support for the Jacobite rebellion after discovering what Prince Charles is like.
Mary Nichols, The Captain's Mysterious Lady , historical romance set in Georgian England before it had a police force, about a Captain hunting down the men who killed his wife, who rescues a damsel in distress along the way; 1 in the Piccadilly Gentleman's Club series. Mary Nichols, The Viscount's Unconventional Bride , historical romance set in Georgian England before it had a police force, about a man who falls in love with the runaway he has been assigned to return to her home; 2 in the Piccadilly Gentleman's Club series.
Mary Nichols, Lord Portman's Troublesome Wife , historical romance set in Georgian England before it had a police force, about a man who marries a penniless young woman out of compassion but keeps her at arm's length because he is still mourning his first wife; 3 in the Piccadilly Gentleman's Club series. Chris Nicholson, The Elephant Keeper , about a stable boy who forms a bond with a pair of elephants shipped to England in Diana Norman, Blood Royal , about an eighteenth century Englishwoman left destitute after her husband invests and loses her fortune in the South Sea Bubble.
Diana Norman, The Shores of Darkness , about a man on a quest to find two women his aunt sold as slaves in the West Indies. Victoria Owens, Drawn to Perfection , about a shy young woman in the Welsh Marches in the s whose family's troubles could be solved if she marries well. William Palmer, The Devil Is White , about a group of idealistic English gentlemen and their project to found a community on an island off the coast of Africa where white and black can live together in harmony.
Peacock, A Tainted Dawn , about a British aristocrat, a French revolutionary, and a British street fiddler who meet in London and are later embroiled in conflict in the Caribbean. Wendy K. Perriman, Fire on Dark Water , about an English gypsy who marries Edward Teach without realizing he is the violent and ruthless pirate known as Blackbeard. Tim Powers, On Stranger Tides , historical fantasy about a traveler whose ship is captured by the pirate Blackbeard, who is searching for the Fountain of Youth. Caroline Rance, Kill-Grief , about a young woman who becomes a nurse in eighteenth century England and uses gin to drown the horrors of the medical world.
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Paul Reid, A Cruel Harvest , about a young man and woman in love who are separated when Moroccan pirates raid their Irish village. Jordy Rosenberg, Confessions of the Fox , a reimagining of Brecht's Threepenny Opera about a present-day London scholar who discovers a manuscript dated which describes the adventures of a transgender thief and the prostitute he falls in love with.
Hallie Rubenhold, Mistress of My Fate , a bawdy romp about a spirited young woman's romantic adventures; 1 in the Confessions of Henrietta Lightfoot series. Review at The Independent. Hallie Rubenhold, The French Lesson , about a woman who goes to Paris to search for the man she loves, where she encounters a Scottish courtesan and is drawn into a nest of spies; 2 in the Confessions of Henrietta Lightfoot series.
Sean Thomas Russell, Under Enemy Colors , about a British naval officer sent to sea on an aging frigate under a weak commander with a mutinous crew; 1 in the Charles Hayden series. Sean Thomas Russell, A Battle Won , about a British naval commander sent on a mission to supply the French city of Toulon, which has turned itself over to the British as the French Revolution rages; 2 in the Charles Hayden series.
Caroline Sandon, Burnt Norton , about a wealthy man who, after his youngest son dies, covets the maidservant with whom his eldest son is in love. Sir Walter Scott, Waverley , about the Jacobite rebellion. Anya Seton, Devil Water , about a man and his daughter during the Jacobite risings of and Frances Sherwood, Vindication , a novel based on the life of Mary Wollstonecraft.
Peter Smalley, The Hawk , about British naval officers on a mission to intercept a contraband runner that leads to something far more serious; 4 in the William Rennie series. Peter Smalley, The Gathering Storm , about a British seaman given the chance to rebuild his shattered naval career by going on an unusually dangerous mission in Revolutionary France; 4 in the William Rennie series.
Peter Smalley, The Pursuit , about a British naval captain and his friend who are chosen for a secret mission; 5 in the William Rennie series. Jessica Stirling, The Fields of Fortune , about a young woman who flees to her sister in Edinburgh rather than go through with a disastrous marriage. Jessica Stirling, A Kiss and a Promise , historical romance set in Scotland about a servant girl who sets out to win the heart of a man whose goal is to marry a girl with enough money to save his family's farm.
Philippa Stockley, A Factory of Cunning , a darkly humorous novel about an exiled French aristocrat who turns swindler in London. Bev Stout, Secrets of the Realm , about a fifteen-year-old girl in the eighteenth century who joins the crew of outcasts and gentlemen on a British merchant ship after she is blamed for her uncle's death; self-published. Showell Styles, Mr.
Fitton's Prize , about the master's mate on a British ship whose loyalty is strained when the captain refuses to come to the aid of French royalists including a beautiful woman attacked by revolutionaries; 1 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Fitton and the Black Legion , about the master's mate on a British ship in February when the French army lands on the coast of Pembroke; 2 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Showell Styles, A Sword for Mr.
Fitton , about a British seaman who becomes acting lieutenant on a ship in the Caribbean in amid threats of mutiny by the crew; 3 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Fitton in Command , about the master's mate on a British ship who finds himself in command of the surviving crew after a disastrous encounter with a French ship; 4 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series.
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Showell Styles, The Gun Cutter , about a British seaman serving on a magnificent cutter under an enigmatic captain; 5 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Fitton's Commission , about a married former naval officer returned to duty in and sent to the West Indies; 6 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series.
Showell Styles, Lieutenant Fitton , about a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy in charge of capturing the enemy privateers who are disrupting British trade in the Caribbean; 7 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series.
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Fitton at the Helm , about a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy serving in the West Indies who has difficulties with an incompetent officer assigned to serve under him; 8 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Showell Styles, The Martinique Mission , about a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy serving in the West Indies whose career appears to be at an end when his ship is captured by the French; 9 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Fitton's Hurricane , about a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy; 10 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series.
Showell Styles, The Baltic Convoy , about a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy sent to escort an convoy of ships bringing timber to Britain needed for the war against the French; 11 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Showell Styles, A Ship for Mr. Fitton , about a British naval officer who accepts command of a ship on its way to Marseilles in during the war with France, promising his pregnant wife he will be home in time for the birth; 12 chronologically by setting in the Michael Fitton series. Joanna Taylor, Masquerade , historical romance about a London street girl and a lord who asks her to masquerade as his lady companion.
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William Makepeace Thackeray, The Luck of Barry Lyndon , about an eighteenth century Irish adventurer and con man who marries a widow in order to get his hands on her fortune. Kate Tremayne, Adam Loveday , about twin brothers in Cornwall and their rivalry for the inheritance of the family estate and the love of a woman; 1 in the Loveday series. Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Fortunes , about a Cornishman in and his struggle to find out who murdered his brother-in-law; 2 in the Loveday series.
Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Trials , about two Cornish brothers, one forced to leave his bride to earn his living as a sailor, the other involved in a smuggling scheme which leads to a false accusation of murder; 3 in the Loveday series. Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Scandals , about a Cornish family struggling to rise above scandal as one of its members is away at sea and another banished to America; 4 in the Loveday series. Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Honour , about the efforts of a Cornish family to restore the family name after one of them is convicted of highway robbery and another is exposed as illegitimate; 5 in the Loveday series.
Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Pride , about a Cornish family's struggle to salvage its pride amid the bitter rivalry of two brothers; 6 in the Loveday series. Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Loyalty , about a Cornish family's efforts to unite, despite a legacy of rivalry between brothers, so that they can defeat their common enemy; 7 in the Loveday series. Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Revenge , about a Cornish family brought to the verge of ruin by tragedy and the hatred of a smuggler and their efforts to gain revenge on their adversaries; 8 in the Loveday series.
Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Secrets , about a Cornish family and the shocking secrets that come to light after one of them rescues a small boy from a disastrous coach crash; 9 in the Loveday series. Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Conspiracy , about a family in Cornwall that, through a foolish mistake, loses the manor house which has been in their family for generations; 10 in the Loveday series.
Kate Tremayne, The Loveday Vendetta , about the members of a family in Cornwall who face an enemy so powerful they must give up their quarrels and unite if the family is to be preserved; 11 in the Loveday series. Van Wyck Mason, Captain Nemesis , about an innocent Englishman sentenced to imprisonment in an Australian penal colony who leads a rebellion aboard ship and turns pirate.
Barry Unsworth, Sacred Hunger , a literary novel about the captain of a slave ship on a disastrous voyage; winner of the Man Booker Prize. Barry Unsworth, The Quality of Mercy , about an Irish fiddler who escapes from an American jail only to once again run afoul of the greedy shipper who accused him; sequel to Sacred Hunger.