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“A specter is haunting Europe - the specter of Communism. All the powers of old Europe have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this specter; Pope and Czar, Metternich and Guizot, French radicals and German police spies." - Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto (1848)
During the midst of an anti-monarchist uprising, the attempted assassination of Czar Alexander the Third by the Bolshevik group, Narodnaya Volya, has gone horribly wrong sending young bomb maker, Nikolai Patrenko, underground. With the threat of execution looming, Nikolai is put on an immigrant ship to England by rebellion leader Aleksandr Ulyanov and given work in a small Salford colliery. Nikolai awaits a letter from Aleksandr's brother Vladimir Ulyanov, a safe source, in hopes of returning home.
A cave-in caused by cheap scaffolding kills Nikolai's workmate and leaves his family financially destitute. Together Nikolai and his fellow workers embark on a mission to win compensation for their dead comrade. With the help of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels' Communist Manifesto, the men become the first recognised communists in Britain. However, when their call to arms is heard nationwide, Nikolai risks exposing himself to bounty hunters looking to hang him for treason. Can he help his newfound brothers and protect the woman he loves without his rebel past catching up to him.
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Journalist Sile Mcgowen investigates the classified case of Dorothy O'Della, a nun kidnapped by fugitive IRA bomb maker Johnny Boyle as a means of getting himself to a safe house in Southern Ireland. Sile is unwillingly teamed with Sergeant Patrick Gilroy of the Dublin Garda. Together, Sile and Patrick try to piece together Dorothy and Johnny’s story in hopes of discovering why the police records office attempted to erase their names from history. However, as they delve deeper the case becomes darker and more dangerous. Sergeant Gilroy begins to suspect Sile isn't all she claims to be.
In the year 1793 the French Revolution has overpowered the French Aristocracy. King Louis and his empress Marie Antoinette along with their monarchists supporters have been caught attempting to sneak out of the palace dressed in pauper's clothes. However the niece of queen Marie Antoinette, Marie Amelia, has escaped her aunt's fatal justice when she enlists the help of a member of The French Revolution, Maurice Martel. A prominent part of the Revolution, Maurice is captured by Marie Amelia's beauty and ferocity. After falling in love with her he attempts to help hide the young archduchess from his comrades in hopes of sparing her from the guillotine. But as the people's revolution call for the blood of Aristocrats, Maurice Martel and Marie Amelia’s blossoming love becomes dangerous in the weeks leading to the execution of their former king.
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