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That They Might Lovely Be

David Matthews

In the Land of Dreams

Lawrence Swaim

No Safe Anchorage

Flight, exile, loss and hope

Liz MacRae Shaw

Little Wagons, The

The Traumatic Birth of Sicily's Cosa Nostra

Crozier Green

Hendersons, The

Daphne Glazer

Chinese Magus, The

Richard Yeo

Angel's Lamp, The

Ashby Jones

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Historical drama on the high seas & a modern-day Witch. All New Scottish Fiction Oct 26 2017

Whether it's the rugged Highlands and Islands or the gritty cosmopolitan city of Glasgow, Scotland always provides a fantastic backdrop for a story. This month JHP is proud to be publishing two very d...

David and the Philistine Woman May 7 2017

This is a perfect example of historical fiction, as it tells a story we all know but with the help of the 'what if' element.  What was behind David's use of his slingshot? What if he had had help ins...

Coming Soon - July 2017 Apr 24 2017

Nara is a young Philistine woman who has given up hope of ever finding a husband. No man will take a wife who towers head and shoulders above him. She lives in isolation with her father, until she is ...

Featured Book: Lost Eagle Mar 17 2017

  The Untold Story of HIH Grand Duchess Tatiana of Russia. An epic drama of world-changing events revealed through the visionary consciousness of Tatiana, one of the four daughters of t...

Creepiness and Sinister Mice Feb 15 2017

Here are a few excerpts from Intelligent Designing for Amateurs, featuring creepy mice. I blame Douglas Adams entirely, I just can't get enough sinister mice... Charlie caught the dog-faced boy...

Riding Hearts Jan 10 2017

  Riding Hearts by Thomas Moffatt This is a tale of romance, betrayal and revenge that will keep you hooked to the very last page. Riding Hearts is an historical romance set in the f...

The Little Waggons Dec 21 2016

by Crozier Green Cosa Nostra’s Sicilian birth was an epic struggle between penury and privilege, born of a centuries-old conflict between a peasant underclass and a ruling elite. This noble cause...