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Valerie Fitzgerald, Zemindar , about a young Englishwoman who travels to India as the paid companion of her cousin and falls in love with the ruler of an Indian kingdom on the eve of the Indian Mutiny. Richard Flanagan, Wanting , about Charles Dickens and his efforts to assist the widow of Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin in clearing his name from accusations of cannibalism.
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James Fleming, Thomas Gage , about a man whose happy life turns to tragedy when the railroad crosses his land. Ken Follett, A Dangerous Fortune , about a banking family in Victorian England whose fortunes are built on a foundation of corruption and murder. Adam Foulds, The Quickening Maze , about British nature poet John Clare in when his struggles with alcohol and depression brought him to an asylum in Epping Forest.
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Ronald Frame, Havisham , a novel which imagines the life as a young woman of Miss Havisham from Dickens' novel Great Expectations. George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel who becomes a British soldier after being expelled from Rugby for drunkenness, and his subsequent adventures in Scotland, India and Afghanistan; 1 in the Flashman series.
George MacDonald Fraser, Royal Flash , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel and his adventures as a British soldier during the Revolutions in Europe; 2 in the Flashman series. Navy; 3 in the Flashman series. George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman at the Charge , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel and his adventures as a British soldier during the Crimean War; 4 in the Flashman series. George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman in the Great Game , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel and his adventures as a British soldier in India during the Sepoy Mutiny; 5 in the Flashman series.
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George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman and the Mountain of Light , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel and his adventures as a British soldier in India, where he acquired the Koh-i-Noor Diamond; 9 in the Flashman series. George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman and the Angel of the Lord , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel in the British army and his adventures in the U. George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman and the Tiger , a collection of three stories about a charming scoundrel in the British army; 11 in the Flashman series.
George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman on the March , a humorous novel about a charming scoundrel and his adventures as a British soldier in Abyssinia; 12 in the Flashman series. Jean Fullerton, Perhaps Tomorrow , historical romance about a young London widow struggling to manage her husband's East End coal business who hires a man recently escaped from the penal colony at Botany Bay.
Joanna Fulford, The Wayward Governess , historical romance about a young woman who flees marriage to become a governess in Yorkshire. Jean Fullerton, Hold on to Hope , , historical romance about a woman in London's East End whose husband returns from prison shortly before she meets a man for whom she feels a strong attraction. Forster spent in India, which inspired his novel A Passage to India.
Matthew Gallaway, The Metropolis Case , about an opera singer in nineteenth-century Paris and three people involved with music in s New York whose lives are all touched by Wagner's Tristan and Isolde.
Elizabeth Garner, The Ingenious Edgar Jones , about a clever boy who declines a university education and goes to work for a blacksmith instead, where an Oxford professor finds him and recognizes his unique gifts. Catherine Gaskin, Falcon for a Queen , about a young woman raised in China who returns to her grandfather's estate in Scotland, where he runs a whiskey distillery. Hazel Gaynor, A Memory of Violets , about two orphaned Irish sisters who become separated in s London, and the young woman in who discovers the notebook of one of the sisters.
Sue Gee, The Mysteries of Glass , about a devout young curate in the Welsh Marches in the s who falls in love with a married woman. Elisabeth Gifford, The Sea House , about a couple who buy a house in Scotland's Outer Hebrides in the s, and a previous resident in the s, a newly ordained vicar and amateur scientist who hopes to uncover the truth behind the legend of the selkies. Daisy Goodwin, The Fortune Hunter , about an heiress in love with a horseman who becomes infatuated with Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Elizabeth Goudge, Green Dolphin Street , about a pair of sisters from the Channel Islands and the man they both love, who emigrates to New Zealand and sends for one sister to become his wife, but absent-mindedly writes the other sister's name in his letter.
Posie Graeme-Evans, The Dressmaker , about a girl who grows up poor in rural Norfolk, and later makes her living as a dress designer to the "Great Six Hundred," the aristocrats of England. Brendan Graham, The Whitest Flower , about an Irishwoman who loses her husband in the Potato Famine and is tricked into emigrating to Australia without her children.
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George Hagen, Tom Bedlam , a sprawling novel about a boy born into poverty in Victorian London who emigrates to South Africa after his education is sponsored by a wealthy relative and he becomes a physician. Helen Halstead, The Imaginary Gentleman: A Regency Intrigue , about a woman who encounters a mysterious gentleman as a storm is brewing in Lyme Regis; not readily available outside the U. Darci Hannah, The Exile of Sara Stevenson , about a young Scottish woman sent to a remote lighthouse in after her lover mysteriously vanishes, leaving her pregnant.
Charlotte Hardy, The Road Home , a coming-of-age story about a young man from a rural Irish background who knows the uncle and aunt who raised him are not his real family, and his search for identity and love. Charlotte Hardy, Sarah , historical romance about a desperate nineteenth-century woman who accepts work as a governess for a barrister's son. Bruno Hare, The Lost Kings , about a watchmaker who sets out to find treasure along the border between Indian and Afghanistan after a criminal's watch comes into his possession in Jane Harris, The Observations , about a young woman hired as a servant for an odd employer in nineteenth-century Scotland.
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Kate Hewitt, Far Horizons , about a young man and woman in the Scottish Highlands who wish to marry but are separated when he goes to Canada to establish himself so he can gain her father's permission; first published under the pen name Katharine Swartz; 1 in the planned Emigrants trilogy. Kate Hewitt, Another Country , about two young women who meet aboard ship while voyaging to Boston in ; first published under the pen name Katharine Swartz; 2 in the planned Emigrants trilogy. Georgette Heyer, Regency Buck , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about two young women who, after their father's death, are chagrined to discover they have been made wards of a man not much older than they are.
Georgette Heyer, An Infamous Army , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a beautiful young widow whose behavior leaves much to be desired amid the social whirl in Brussels as the Battle of Waterloo rages nearby; a sequel to Regency Buck that can be read as a stand-alone. Georgette Heyer, The Corinthian ; also titled Beau Wyndham , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about two young people who meet by chance while both are fleeing from the prospect of unwanted marriages.
Georgette Heyer, Faro's Daughter , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a young woman who manages a gaming house for her aunt but hopes to repair their reputations while fending off unwanted marriage proposals. Georgette Heyer, Friday's Child , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about an impetuous young man who, on being rejected by the woman he proposes to, vows to marry the next woman who crosses his path, who happens to be the impoverished girl who has adored him all her life.
Georgette Heyer, The Reluctant Widow , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a woman who boards the wrong stagecoach and lands on the doorstep of a ruined estate, where she is persuaded to marry the dying heir. Georgette Heyer, The Foundling , a less romance-driven Regency about a wealthy young aristocrat about to dutifully enter an arranged marriage when he jumps at an unexpected chance to masquerade as a man without title or fortune.
Georgette Heyer, Arabella , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a parson's daughter who, in a fit of pique, pretends to be an heiress who has no interest in the season's most eligible bachelor. Georgette Heyer, The Grand Sophy , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about an independent young woman who returns from her tour of the Continent and begins managing her relatives' lives, inspiring a plan to find her a husband. Georgette Heyer, The Quiet Gentleman , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a war hero and heir who returns home to his resentful stepmother and half-brother and faces as much peril at home as he did fighting in the Napoleonic Wars.
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Georgette Heyer, Cotillion , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a young woman whose miserly guardian tells her she must wed one of her cousins to inherit his fortune, or be left destitute. Georgette Heyer, The Toll-Gate , a Regency romance that is also a mystery, about a military officer who stumbles across a case of murder when he takes pity on a boy collecting tolls on a rainy night.
Georgette Heyer, Bath Tangle , about the romantic dilemmas of two young woman, the spinster daughter and the young widow of a wealthy man whose estate is inherited by a nephew. Georgette Heyer, Sprig Muslin , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a long-bereaved bachelor who finally decides to marry out of duty and chooses an apparently unremarkable spinster. Georgette Heyer, April Lady , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about an inexperienced young wife who conceals her money-management problems from her husband.
Georgette Heyer, Sylvester; or the Wicked Uncle , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a aristocrat looking for a wife who is startled when a young woman he assumed would be overjoyed by his interest reacts coolly. Georgette Heyer, Venetia , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a woman on the verge of spinsterhood who resolves never to marry except for love, despite the responsibilities she has taken on after her parents die.
Georgette Heyer, The Unknown Ajax , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a young man spurned by his father's relatives because his mother is a commoner, who is suddenly accepted as heir when the previous heir dies.
Georgette Heyer, A Civil Contract , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a plain heiress in love with an impoverished aristocrat who loves someone else. Georgette Heyer, The Nonesuch , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a governess struggling to restrain her beautiful but badly behaved charge as a pair of wealthy and eligible men arrive in their country village.
Georgette Heyer, False Colours , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a man who impersonates his missing twin brother in order to please his mother by proposing to a young woman on his brother's behalf. Georgette Heyer, Frederica , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a young woman who sets out to persuade a titled distant cousin to sponsor her beautiful younger sister's debutante season in London. Georgette Heyer, The Black Sheep , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, a year-old spinster who is impatient with the proprieties finds herself responsible for instilling them in her impetuous niece.
Georgette Heyer, Cousin Kate , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about an innocent young woman who accepts an invitation to stay with an aunt who pressures her to marry her mentally disturbed cousin. Georgette Heyer, Charity Girl , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a viscount who encounters a naive young woman running away to find her grandfather, feels honor-bound to protect her from harm, and then must go to great lengths to protect both her and himself from social ruin.
Georgette Heyer, Lady of Quality , classic Regency romance from the queen of the genre, about a spinster who enjoys her independence and a man with a notorious reputation. Susan Hill, The Woman in Black , a ghost story about a young solicitor who travels to an isolated house on a moor to settle an estate during the Christmas season and encounters sinister, supernatural events.
Pauline Holdstock, The Turning , about a nineteenth century French family whose lives are changed when an English ship is wrecked nearby. Linda Holeman, The Linnet Bird , about the respectable wife of a British colonial officer in India haunted by her past as a London prostitute. Sheri Holman, The Dress Lodger , a poor young woman struggles to keep a son with a birth defect alive in nineteenth century England. Emma Hornby, A Shilling for a Wife , about a new mother in s England who flees the brutal husband who "bought" her from a workhouse.
Audrey Howard, The Flight of Swallows , historical romance about a sixteen-year-old Yorkshire girl who marries a man she does not love in order to escape her cruel father. Aislinn Hunter, The World Before Us , about a present-day woman haunted by the disappearance of a girl she was babysitting from a woods near an abandoned asylum, and a woman who disappeared in the same woods years earlier.
Lindsey Hutchinson, The Lost Sisters , about two sisters in the "Black Country" of Victorian England, both rejected by their mother, one growing up amid riches and the other a poor foundling. Jane Jackson, Heart of Stone , historical romance about an unwed mother who runs a granite quarry in Cornwall and appeals to a scarred, embittered former soldier for help when the disapproval of the local community threatens her business.
Anna Jacobs, The Trader's Wife , about a young Englishwoman in the s who agrees to marry a Singapore trader to help her employer expand his business connections; 1 in the Trader series. Anna Jacobs, The Trader's Sister , about a young Irishwoman whose dream is to escape her brutal father by joining her brother in Australia; 2 in the Trader series.
Anna Jacobs, The Trader's Dream , about an Irishwoman who brings three orphaned children to Australia in the hope that a relative will adopt them; 3 in the Trader series. Brenda Jagger, The Clouded Hills ; also titled Verity , about a young textile mills heiress in Yorkshire and her arranged marriage to her handsome cousin, a ruthless businessman, during the upheavals of the Industrial Revolution; 1 in the Barforth trilogy.
Brenda Jagger, Flint and Roses ; also titled The Barforth Women , about two families in nineteenth century Yorkshire amid the class tensions between the old landed gentry and the wealthy new industrialists in the textile business; 2 in the Barforth trilogy. Brenda Jagger, The Sleeping Sword ; also titled An Independent Woman , about a well-educated young woman who marries into a dysfunctional family and struggles for independence; 3 in the Barforth trilogy.
Brenda Jagger, A Song Twice Over , about two women in nineteenth century Yorkshire, an industrialist's daughter and an Irish immigrant, who are in love with the same man, who devotes his life to improving conditions for factory workers. Brenda Jagger, Distant Choices , about two young half-sisters, one legitimate, the other illegitimate, who fall in love with the same man in mid-nineteenth century Yorkshire.
Syrie James, Dracula, My Love , a reimagining of the Dracula story in the form of Mina Harker's secret journals about her love affair with the count. Stephen Jarvis, Death and Mr. Dinah Jefferies, The Tea Planter's Wife , about a young bride who joins her husband in Ceylon, where she finds an atmosphere full of secrets. Janette Jenkins, Little Bones , about a young crippled girl, abandoned by her family, who becomes the assistant to an unlicensed doctor whose clientele are actresses.