The Love of One's Country

By Brian Brennan

In The Love Of One's Country, we first meet Jerry Burke, a man who was born and raised in Ireland but decided to leave for Canada to start a musical career in 1966. He was working at a clerical job in Dublin that didn’t fulfill...

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The Strange Birth, Short Life, and Sudden Death of Justice Girl

By Julian David Stone

The Strange Birth, Short Life, and Sudden Death of Justice Girl by Julian David Stone is the story of a writer of a struggling TV network who was going to lose his job, but he did something and the tables turned in his favor. Jonny...

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The Widow's Ferry

By Dorothy A. Bell

Dorothy A. Bell’s historical romance The Widow’s Ferry will keep you riveted as it takes you back in American history. Anora Claire Sennet’s journey began in the year 1841 when her father, mother, aunt, uncle, and she travel across the Oregon Trail to the Willamette...

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The Language of the Heart

A musical, fantastical journey through a land of magic
By Joel Epstein

Joel Epstein’s The Language of the Heart is a novel where history, music, and magic interweave to create an intense and powerful atmosphere. The protagonist is Ali Ibn Nafi, better known as Ziryab. He lived between the 8th and 9th centuries and is remembered for...

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Two Indians and a Dead Man

By C. Forrest Lundin

Two Indians and a Dead Man by C. Forrest Lundin is the story of a man from New Orleans who was looking for a fresh start but got himself into a situation that he couldn’t get out of. James Robertson was tired of the alienation...

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The Imposter

A Norfolk Romance
By Chris Shaw

The Imposter: A Norfolk Romance by Chris Shaw opens with a short chapter describing the gruesome life of a First World War sniper, but quickly moves on to the start of the Norfolk romance mentioned in the title. It is Saturday night and Frank Matthews...

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The Europeans

A Saga of Settlement Down Under
By Gerard Burke

The Europeans: A Saga of Settlement Down Under is a sharp work of cross-cultural fiction penned by author Gerry Burke. Set around the middle of the twentieth century to begin with, in this story we are witness to the arrival of Bing McKeon, from Scottish...

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The Flames of Florence

Da Vinci's Disciples - Book Three
By Donna Russo Morin

Donna Russo Morin's historical novel The Flames of Florence: Da Vinci's Disciples - Book Three is set in Renaissance Florence. Viviana is a founding member of da Vinci's Disciples, talented women artists with Leonardo da Vinci as their mentor. Florence is in political and religious...

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The Heritage

By Jack Michonik

The Heritage by Jack Michonik (translated from the Spanish by Michael B. Miller) is an epic story of family, hardships, triumphs, life and death, and assimilation. In the year 1961, Leon Edri, a Jewish immigrant from Russia, now living in Larida, Peru, attends the funeral...

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The Whip - AudioBook – Unabridged

A novel inspired by the story of Charley Parkhurst
By Karen Kondazian

It is amazing how visually stimulating the audio presentation of a book can be, especially a book as evocative and superbly written as The Whip by Karen Kondazian when professionally narrated by the skillful and impressive Robin Weigert. Of course, the story carries most of...

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