Lebensborn

By Jo Ann Bender

This book was really two parts of the same whole: first, the Nazi occupation of a small French village; second, the program where high ranking German men procreate and the facility in which "fit" women give birth to the "master race." This book largely...

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Leap Beyond Blue Sky Veil

By Sally Eccleston

In Leap Beyond Blue Sky Veil, Sally Eccleston has created a highly readable, enjoyable novel that weaves the true story of an 1865 massacre of twenty-three Paiutes, mostly women and children, by a misled U.S. Cavalry with the modern day tale of an aged university...

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Lady Farquhar's Butterfly

By Beverley Eikli

When Lady Olivia Farquhar lost her husband due to “the fever” it released her from years of a marriage of terror and abuse. The only way he could hurt and abuse her now was through their son Julian. He granted full custody to his cousin...

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The Wreck of the World's Largest Sailing Ship
By David M. Quinn

David Quinn has developed an historical accounting that grabs the reader and relates history while also conveying the human emotional elements that surely accompanied the actual event. The story details the doomed voyage of the seven-masted sailing ship The Thomas W. Lawson on its maiden Atlantic...

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Light Of The Desert

By Lucette Walters

The setting is 1972 in the Middle East. Noora Fendil is engaged to be married. Her sister Zaffeera is jealous and deviously plots to take Michel for herself. Zaffeera convinces their father that Noora has dishonored their name. Her father beats her and after drowning...

Last Queen, The

By C.W. Gortner

The Last Queen is the fictionalization of the life of Juana, the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, the “last Queen of Spanish blood to inherit her country’s throne.” Many myths have spread throughout the sands of time. Who was the woman behind the myths? Was...

Lost Diary of Don Juan, The

By Douglas Carlton Abrams

The Lost Diary of Don Juan is the story of the title character. Douglas Carlton Abrams paints a picture of a daring man that comes from humble beginnings and achieves nobility. Abrams incorporates ancient Tantric teachings in his book. Nuns adopted Young Don Juan. His first...