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Alt Hist Press is a publisher of historical fiction, alternate history, fantasy and science fiction.

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Bring on the Night
Series: A Jake Savage Adventure, Book 2. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 6,360. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: December 4, 2013 by Alt Hist Press. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Medieval, Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
A Medieval Tale of Vampires, Bring on the Night is the sequel to the bestselling Chivalry (A Jake Savage Adventure) In the shadows of the dark forest death awaits the unwary. For Jake and his fellow fugitives, there is more to be afraid of than wolves and outlaws. There are Vampires.
Chivalry: A Jake Savage Adventure
Series: A Jake Savage Adventure, Book 1. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,830. Language: English. Published: August 30, 2011 by Alt Hist Press. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical, Fiction » Historical » General
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Magic, Murder and Mayhem in the Middle Ages! With the code of chivalry being dragged through the mud and blood of war-torn France will anyone stand up for what is right? Perhaps Jake Savage, a common archer, will stick up for the oppressed? But to do so would be to betray his comrades and his country. Chivalry is a short story set during the Hundred Years War.


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  • The First Lost Tale of Mercia: Golde the Mother on Sep. 04, 2011

    Jayden Woods thrusts the reader right into the action from the very start. I loved the gritty portrayal of Anglo-Saxon life and politics. This first Lost Tale of Mercia leaves you wanting to read more, and I think that's a testament to the strong characters that Jayden creates from the very beginning of the story, with lots of strong dialogue used to build the conflict between them. Like all good historical fiction this story also inspires curiosity into the historical setting itself.
  • Raven's Wing on Sep. 13, 2011

    A charming fantasy, based I think on Celtic myth. Don't expect sword and sorcery, but instead be seduced by the atmosphere of the setting and the depth of the characters who are rich in subtle and natural magic that no longer inhabits our world. I loved the way that this tale played with my expectations in particular. I doubt that you'll come across many dragons like the one in this story.