The White Hand

A Rutherford Manor Novel
By Konn Lavery

The White Hand is a work of grim historical fiction penned by author Konn Lavery, written for adults due to its graphic content, violence and sexual imagery. The White Hand of the title refers to an Irish mob in this nineteenth-century horror-thriller, with whom our...

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The Girl Who Loved Caravaggio

Out of Time series Book #3
By Belle Ami

The Girl Who Loved Caravaggio is the second installment in the Out of Time series by Belle Ami. It is the present day and Angela Renatus, an art historian who has a psychic gift, together with her boyfriend, art detective Alex Caine, is tasked to...

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The DeVine Devils

By Jeremy Spillman

The DeVine Devils by Jeremy Spillman is a historical Western novel about two young men, Audie and Shane DeVine. Set in the late 1860s in Verde Valley, Azariah DeVine, an evangelical preacher, takes his two sons with him to the Indian territory. Their mother...

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The Cobbler's Daughter

A twenty-four hour gaslight romantic adventure.
By G. S. Singer

The Cobbler’s Daughter by G. S. Singer opens with the dramatic escape from prison and impending execution by Britt Salter, who vows his revenge on the Egyptian king, Khedive. Jenny Crispin appears next, late for work in nineteenth-century New York, where a group of anti...

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The American Duke

Crossed Lines...Twisted Fate
By August Jade Sterling

The American Duke: Crossed Lines...Twisted Fate brings an exceptional variation to historical romance. August Jade Sterling not only has one of England’s aristocrats born in North America, but he is also of mixed blood with a slave. When the British elite learns of Sar Roxbury’s...

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The Master of Ships

Charles's Story ( A Slave of the Shadows Series: Novella 2)
By Naomi Finley

When you don’t have time for a really long novel, but need a story that captures your interest quickly and holds it to the last page, pick up a copy of The Master of Ships by Naomi Finley. Honestly, this Canada-based writer with an affinity...

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The Dung Beetles of Liberia

A Novel Based on True Events
By Daniel V. Meier, Jr.

The Dung Beetles of Liberia by Daniel V Meier is the story of a young college undergraduate at Cornell who drops out of school to take a job flying planes in Liberia. He leaves behind his astonished family and his almost-fiancée in a bid to...

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The Smuggler of Reschen Pass

A Reschen Valley Novella
By Chrystyna Lucyk-Berger

The Reschen Valley lies near the border of Austria and Switzerland, which becomes important as the tale moves forward. The story centers on the life of the main protagonist, Fritz, short for Fritzl. As a young lad of 13, Fritz is afraid he will be...

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The Aunties

By Debbie Boucher

Debbie Boucher's historical tale, The Aunties, is a novel within a novel. The narrator is Deborah (Deb) Meltzer, a novelist. When Auntie Rose dies, Deb, her sister Lil, and their cousin Si discover a treasure trove of family letters, diaries, scrapbooks, photo albums, including a...

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The Jew

Based on a True Story
By Dominik Poleski

“The world changes in front of my eyes, time seems to pick up pace with every day, and I don’t have much time left to live in the past.” The Jew tells the story of Alek Brodski, a young Jewish boy living in Poland post-World War...

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