1. JINGO

    The Scarlet Code.

    Historical fiction has not really been on my reading list for many years, I find the real thing provides all of the incredible stories that I enjoy so much. C.S Quinn’s Scarlet Code was somewhat of a departure for me. What can I say? It was a very enjoyable departure. I’ll be honest my...
  2. Joshua Slocum

    For Orange and the States: The Army Of The Dutch Republic, 1713-1772, Part Il:

    Cavalry and specialist troops. Today it is hard to conceive exactly how powerful the Dutch republic once was, and its authority upon the world stage, during the 17th and 18th centuries, combined with the ability to field an army of over 80,000 men and often more. This second volume deals with...
  3. Joshua Slocum

    Napoleon, the man behind the myth

    Many books have been written about Napoleon, but so many books simply focus upon the myths and legends that abound, his passion for women and his leadership in battle. This excellent book sets out to explain the reality of Napoleon and to do away with the so many of these myths. Using only...