Who She Is

By Diane Byington

Being a new girl in high school is hard enough, but being the new girl that arrives mid-term is even more difficult. Especially when this new girl has had many experiences as a new girl in high schools across the country. Her parents move a...

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What Really Happened to Steve Nathan

By Mary Marchese

Lindsey Casselton was cleaning out her mother’s house when she found a photograph that changed her life. Her father had died, and her mother, suffering from advanced Alzheimer’s Disease, lived in a facility. The photograph was dated nine months before Lindsey’s birth – and her...

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Was It Fate Or Destiny?

By Raymond Cook

Was It Fate Or Destiny? by Raymond Cook is a fiction Western novel set in the late 19th and early 20th century in Colorado. This book portrays the grand Western landscape of those times and the lives of the people who made a living off...

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When It's Over

A Novel
By Barbara Ridley

Lena Kulkova is a Czech with known socialist connections, a Jewish woman uprooted from her country because of political tensions. When she meets Otto, a refugee from Hitler’s Germany, she follows him to Paris. They have come to Paris to give their support to the...

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War Cry

The Riverboat Series Volume 1
By David Lloyd

Up until now my favorite books on the subject of early American life were those of James Fenimore Cooper. The Leather Stocking Series is classic, and few books can compete with its detailed description of both Native American and European life in early America,...

West from the Cradle

By Brigid Amos

News of the discovery of gold in California reached Larksville, Missouri in 1848. Raymond Hillerman left his general store behind to find his fortune. He asked Jonas Cooper to join him, but a last minute accident required him to stay home and tend to the...

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Wetzel

By Richard Fleming

Wetzel by Richard Fleming is a complex, yet thrilling historical novel that follows the life of a compelling character that emerged towards the end of the Revolutionary War, a hunter and a fierce fighter, Lewis Wetzel. He played an invaluable role in the war between...

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Ways of War

By Tracy Gregory

Ways of War is an historical fiction thriller novel written by Tracy Gregory. Anna couldn’t believe this angelic-looking infant with those so-blue eyes was hers and Grant’s. Everything seemed so perfect, something she had never dreamed would be hers after her own family had been...

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Walking Among Giants

A Painter in Paradise
By Michael S Meusch

Walking Among Giants: A Painter in Paradise by Michael S Meusch is a powerful novel with a captivating setting, laced with historical references and personages. It could be read as a love story or a novel that explores the workings of the mind of an...

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Whistlin' Stardust

By Sara McFerrin

Whistlin’ Stardust has no murder, no suspense, no twists and turns, no adventure, no sex and no excitement. What it does have is history, heart, soul, God and memories of days gone by. I was immediately drawn into the Daniels family - Glover, his wife,...

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