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That They Might Lovely Be

David Matthews

Dec 2017

In the turbulent aftermath of the First World War, one woman embodies love as mother, bride, virgin, to a young man of uncertain parentage.

In the Land of Dreams

Lawrence Swaim

Nov 2017

A tale of ancestral secrets and the merging of past and present in modern-day Manhattan.

No Safe Anchorage

Flight, exile, loss and hope

Liz MacRae Shaw

Oct 2017

A glimpse of a mysterious stranger sends a sailor on a quest across the ocean...

David and the Philistine Woman

Paul Boorstin

Jul 2017

Young David's destiny collides with the wife of Goliath in this suspenseful re-imagining of a crucial turning point in the Bible.

Little Wagons, The

The Traumatic Birth of Sicily's Cosa Nostra

Crozier Green

Dec 2016

Cosa Nostra was born a bastard. This book relates the atrocities of the adolescent child.

Farmhouse in the Rain, A

Joe Kilgore

Aug 2016

Even in war, there is such a thing as murder.

Hendersons, The

Daphne Glazer

Jul 2016

Explores the social pressure on a working-class family to conform and fight for king and country.

Chinese Magus, The

Richard Yeo

Mar 2016

Xiang Li, Governor of Xinjiang Province, journeyed to Bethlehem to witness a birth and found death ... his death.

Secular Gospel of Sophia, The

Daniel G. Helton

Jan 2016

They were building a religion. She was keeping a faith.

Angel's Lamp, The

Ashby Jones

Jan 2016

What reservations about love are justified? Tale of rebellion, loyalty and love set in war-torn Ireland just after the Easter Rising 1916.

Riding Hearts

Thomas Moffatt

Nov 2015

A tale of romance, betrayal and revenge that will keep you hooked to the very last page.

Black Tom: Terror on the Hudson

Ron Semple

Oct 2015

Sabotage and Shenanigans


Trent Portigal

Sep 2015

A family’s life falls into turmoil when the parents’ timid political dissidence is discovered by their far more enterprising children.

Grendel’s Mother

The Saga of the Wyrd-Wife

Susan Signe Morrison

Sep 2015

Grendel's Mother from Beowulf – a queen, whose birth is shrouded in mystery – threatens the fragile political stability of a windswept land.

Black and Deep Desires

William Shakespeare, Vampire Hunter

Graham Holderness

Sep 2015

Shakespeare, the Dark Lady, Guy Fawkes – and vampires!

Last Stork Summer, The

Mary Brigid Surber

May 2015

It takes more than historical facts to help readers connect to a part of history that is so diabolical and devastating.

Godwine Kingmaker

Part One of The Last Great Saxon Earls

Mercedes Rochelle

Apr 2015

The life of Earl Godwine presents us with one of the enduring enigmas of English history; was he greedy and grasping, or protector of English rights against the hated Normans?

Gramsci in Love

Andrew Pearmain

Apr 2015

A novel about the love-life of Antonio Gramsci (1891-1937).

Destiny Between Two Worlds, A

A Novel about Okinawa

Jacques L Fuqua, Jr

Apr 2015

That fateful October 1944 morning offered no inkling that the lives of thousands of Okinawans would be profoundly changed—forever.

Heir to a Prophecy

Mercedes Rochelle

Dec 2014

When Macbeth's Witches pass their prophecy to Fleance's son Walter, they take him from England to Normandy and finally Scotland, where he founds the line of the Stewarts.


Love, music and malice at a time of Handel

Sheena Vernon

Dec 2014

The faltering steps of Harry Walsh as he makes his way to success and happiness performing in the playhouses of Georgian London.

Legacy of a Warrior Queen

Maria Herring

Dec 2014

In 60 C.E. the rebel queen Boudica set out to defeat the Roman invaders -- and she did. The legacy she left behind changed history.

Queen of Sparta, The

A Novel of Ancient Greece

T.S. Chaudhry

Dec 2014

Though history has relegated her role to that of a bystander, what if Gorgo, Queen of Sparta, had played a central role in the Greek resistance to the Persian invasion?


Longsword Saga Book 1

R.J. Connor

Nov 2014

Richard Longsword is a Mercenary, but this time it’s not for money, this time it’s for revenge.

Intended, The

Sten Eirik

Sep 2014

A young, up-and-coming Swedish officer is suddenly and traumatically forced into the role of victim, as his newly wedded bride is defiled and murdered by pirates.

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