1836 Histoire de la Monarchie universelle: Napoléon et la conquête du monde (1812–1832) (History of the Universal Monarchy: Napoleon And The Conquest Of The World) by Louis Geoffroy, Napoleon's First French Empire emerging victorious in the French invasion of Russia in 1811 and in an invasion of England in 1814, later unifying the world under Bonaparte's rule.
1973 For Want of a Nail by Robert N. Sobel, the American Revolution failed and the British colonies become the Confederation of North America (CNA), while the defeated rebels go into exile in Spanish Tejas, eventually founding the United States of Mexico (USM).
Hitler has Won by Frederic Mullally, alternate 1942. Japan struck north rather than south, Russia fell, Germany is unassailable in Europe. A plot to defeat the Roman Catholic church and install Hitler as the new Pope.
1978 SS-GB by Len Deighton, is a detective novel set in 1941 Britain in which the Germans have successfully occupied the country.
1980 The Divide by William Overgard, a novel set in 1976, thirty years after Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan have defeated the United States during World War II.
1980 The Moscow Option by David Downing, depicts what would have happened if the German Army had conquered Moscow at the end of 1941.
1982–2005 The Dark Tower series by Stephen King. Although this is primarily a fantasy and time travel series with elements of steampunk, there are interludes of alternate history. E.g., in one scene, the characters enter a world where Spiro Agnew became the 38th US President, in another they visit a world where Gary Hart was President in the 1980s and Ronald Reagan never entered politics.
1983 Kelly Country by A. Bertram Chandler, where Australian bushranger and rebel Ned Kelly leads a successful revolution against Britishcolonial rule. The result is that Australia becomes a world power, but the Australian Republic which Kelly founded degenerates into a hereditary dictatorship.
1992 Konpeki no Kantai by Yoshio Aramaki. In an alternative World War II that lasts ten years, Japan becomes a stronger naval power thanks to Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto who appears several years in the past despite dying in the actual World War II. Later adapted into two OVA series, in which at first Japan defeats the Western Allies in the Pacific but eventually teams up with them to fight Nazi Germany.
1992 Resurrections from the Dustbin of History by Simon Louvish. Following Rosa Luxemburg's successful 1918 revolution in Germany, Hitler flees to the USA. He becomes a senator for Illinois, and his son Rudolph runs for president in 1968 on a racist platform. Trotsky defeats Stalin in Russia, while Mussolini hangs on to power in Italy.
1993 Elvissey by Jack Womack, a dystopian 2033 where a Machiavellian multinational corporation has plans for world domination.
1993 The Case of the Toxic Spell Dump by Harry Turtledove, fantasy with an alternate history undercurrent. History unfolded much as it did in our world, except that magic took the place of science. E.g., Adolf Hitler waged a brutal war in the 20th century with magic weapons, Werner Heisenberg defined the uncertainty principle of thaumaturgy, and flying carpets take the place of automobiles. However, there are some fundamental differences, e.g., the United States and Mexico are both ruled by hereditary monarchies. Most importantly, the gods of all mythologies and religions are literal, proven beings, who coexist in a henotheistic world in relative harmony – a breach in this latter harmony is central to the novel's main conflict.
1994 Disaster at D-Day by Peter Tsouras. Erwin Rommel stays in France and organizes a much tougher defense of the Normandy coast against the Allied invasion using theater reserves ordered deployed by Adolf Hitler. The success of the German counterattack, plus additional factors such as bad weather and heavy damage to Allied logistics, forces the Allies to agree to an armistice with the Germans. The plot continues in the story "Rommel versus Zhukov," Tsouras' contribution to the 2002 anthology Third Reich Victorious.
7 December 1941: A Different Path by David L. Alley, Instead of bombing Pearl Harbor, the Japanese join Germany in attacking the Soviet Union.
1995 Dead, Mr. Mozart by Bernard Bastable, Wolfgang Mozart settled in England as a young man and never returned to his native Austria. As a respected but fairly impoverished composer and piano teacher in the 1820s (30 years after his death in our timeline), he is unwillingly pulled into a scandalous intrigue involving close relatives of King George IV. Later followed by a sequel, Too Many Notes, Mr. Mozart.
2000 Fox on the Rhine by Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson, Heinrich Himmler takes over as leader after Hitler is assassinated in 1944 and arranges a cease-fire with the Soviet Union to free German forces. He then appoints Erwin Rommel to command over the German forces in Western Europe.
Fox at the Front (2003) – Taking place immediately after Fox on the Rhine, Rommel and George Patton work together to get the Allies to Berlin ahead of the Soviets.
2001 The Children's War by
J.N. Stroyar, in World War II Germany does not attack the Soviet Union and develops a nuclear weapons program.
A Change of Regime (2004)
2001 The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray by Chris Wooding, Victorian London is overrun by the wych-kin, demonic creatures that have rendered the city uninhabitable south of the river, and which stalk the streets after dark.
2002 Ice by Shane Johnson, the Apollo 19 mission suffers a major system failure, forcing its crew to strike out on their own.
2002 The Peshawar Lancers by S. M. Stirling, in 1878 a meteor shower devastates Europe and North America forcing the European empires to relocate their population to their colonies.
Cold War Hot: Alternate Decisions of the Cold War edited by Peter G. Tsouras, a collection of alternate history scenarios in the Cold War.
2003 Collaborator by Murray Davies, set in a Nazi occupied Great Britain centering on a former POW and life in occupied Britain.
2003 Conquistador by S.M. Stirling, an inter-dimensional gateway is discovered in California, which gives access to an alternate Earth in which the empire of Alexander the Great flourishes, and where Europeans never discovered America.
2009 The Infinities by John Banville, In one of an infinite number of universes, Mary, Queen of Scots, executed her cousin Elizabeth, England is a Catholic nation, Sweden is bellicose, Wallace's Theory of Evolution has been discredited, and cold fusion is the principal source of energy.
2009 The Age of Ra by James Lovegrove envisions a world where the Ancient Egyptian gods have defeated all other Pantheons and now rule over the world.
2010 Red Inferno: 1945 by Robert Conroy, the Allied advance on Berlin causes a paranoid Stalin to attack the American troops, forcing the Allies and a semi-rehabilitated Germany to work together to fight off the Soviet threat.
2011 11/22/63 by Stephen King, the protagonist stops the Kennedy assassination, and upon returning to 2011 learns that Kennedy won a second term, but later history saw the US drop a nuclear bomb on Hanoi, India and Pakistan go to nuclear war with each other, Maine leaves the US and joins Canada, Miami is hit with a nuclear bomb, martial law was imposed, and President Hillary Clinton is trying to hold the nation together. Meanwhile, as a result of history being changed, time-space is fraying and the world is physically tearing itself apart.
2012 Dominion by C. J. Sansom, Lord Halifax rather than Winston Churchill takes over the war effort in 1940, surrendering Britain to be a satellite state of Nazi Germany.
2012 Faultline 49 by David M. Danson (pseudonym of Joe MacKinnon), reporter David Danson travels through U.S.-occupied Canada in search of the principal provocateur in the Canadian-American War (a conflict instigated by 11 September 2001 World Trade Center bombing in Edmonton, Alberta).
Himmler's War by Robert Conroy, Hitler is killed by a random Allied bombing in 1944, allowing Heinrich Himmler to become the leader of Germany and push new advances on the Allies.
2012 Kirov by John Schettler, the first novel in the longest running alternate history of WWII ever written, follows the saga of the Russian battlecruiser Kirov displaced in time to the 1940s, where its intervention radically alters the history of WWII. (40 linked series novels, and still continuing.)
2012 The Mirage by Matt Ruff, Christian fundamentalists hijack airplanes and fly them into buildings in Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab States declares a War on Terror and invades the U.S.
2012 Rising Sun by Robert Conroy, imagines that the Battle of Midway is a defeat for the U.S. Navy, paving the way for Japan to attack the West Coast of the United States.
North Reich, by Robert Conroy, considers if Britain had surrendered to Nazi Germany, and had a fascist regime installed across the Commonwealth and Empire, with Canada becoming a base from which Germany prepares to launch a war against the United States.
2013 Fallout, by Todd Strasser, the Cuban Missile Crisis leads to World War III. Twelve-year-old Scott and his family must squeeze into a small fallout shelter with six uninvited neighbors and somehow survive without enough food or water for the next two weeks.
Artam: One Reich, One Race, a Tenth Leader by Volkmar Weiss, the first Leader was killed in a plane crash in November 1941, the Reich did not declare war on the United States.
2014 Napoleon in America, by Shannon Selin, imagines what might have happened if Napoleon Bonaparte had escaped from exile on St. Helena and wound up in the United States.
2014 Time and Time Again, by Ben Elton, the main character travels back in time to stop Gavrilo Princip from assassinating Franz Ferdinand in 1914. He wants to prevent the Great War, saving millions and setting the twentieth century on a less destructive path. However, the outcome is wholly unanticipated.
2015 Clash of Eagles by Alan Smale, the first part of the Hesperian Trilogy. The Roman Empire never fell. In 1218, the Roman Emperor dispatch the 33rd Roman Legion to conquer the recently discovered North American continent.
2016 Azanian Bridges by Nick Wood, set in a contemporary South Africa where apartheid is still enforced.
2016 Manifest Destiny: Lincoln Sneezed by
Brian Boyington, Lincoln survives John Wilkes Booth's assassination attempt.
2017 Eagle in Exile by Alan Smale, the second part of the Hesperian Trilogy and sequel to Clash of Eagles.
2017 House of the Proud: A Shattered Nation Novel, by Jeffrey Evans Brooks, It is 1867 and the Confederacy under John C. Breckinridge takes on political extremists in the country, Northern
abolitionists plot to aid a slave revolt in Louisiana led by Sam while Confederate diplomats hope to get France into a treaty of friendship and a war is looming between the United States and the British Empire.
2017 The Epiphany Machine by David Burr Gerrard, a mysterious tattoo machine is thought to influence events around John Lennon's assassination and 9/11.