Willow

By Lori Roberts

Willow, by Lori Roberts, is the story of Cordelia Barlow, who was born in 1844 in Fairview Plantation in Gallatin, Tennessee. Losing her mother at a young age, the little girl finds solace in the arms of her late mother’s black slave, Priscilla, and her...

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Wobbly Barstool

By Jane Lowy

Wobbly Barstool is only a young child, yet he will experience far more than most children his age ever would. He will meet a child who he is forbidden to talk about, he will meet strange people and stranger situations, and yet he’s not the...

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Winter Solstice Winter

A Viking Blood Saga - Book 1 (Volume 1)
By E. J. Squires

The place is the Nordic villages of Europe, the time is 1007, the early 11th century and Vikings are alive and well. Winter Solstice Winter follows two young women, both born on the same night, the eve of the winter solstice. One, Allia just a...

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Whispers Through Time

By Barry Homan

Whispers Through Time by Barry Homan is an uplifting story about spirituality. This is the story of Jill Palmer, a mother of two teenage boys, divorced and working as medical transcriber and hostess. She lived an ordinary life, and the last thing she was looking...

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When Angels Fall

A Benedetti Renaissance Mystery
By H.A. Corby

Hillary Corby’s “When Angels Fall: A Benedetti Renaissance Mystery” is an absorbing mystery tale set in 15th century Florence. When Emiliano Benedetti, a young physician working at the abbey’s infirmary, finds the dead body of Pope Sixtus’ niece by a river, he is drawn into...

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Westward Hearts

Homeward on the Oregon Trail
By Melody Carlson

The setting is Kentucky in 1856, those years just before the Civil War, and Elizabeth Martin has been a widow for three years. She lives with her children, Ruthie, and twelve year old Jamie who wants to be called JT now that he is growing...

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Widder's Landing

By Eddie Price

Craig Ridgway leaves his well-educated home at the age of fifteen because he cannot imagine being in school another year. He moves from Philadelphia to Lancaster where he apprentices himself to the master-gunsmith Jakob Wetzel. When Jakob dies in January 1811, twenty-one year-old Craig loses...

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When Fate Steps In

By Shirley A Roe

It's 1860 in England and Elena Dryfess is picking herbs as her sister Mary Margaret has their meal ready to eat. Mary Margaret lovingly touches the elegant china plates she uses to set the table in their small cottage home. They both recall earlier times...

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William & Lucy

A Tale of Suspicion and Love
By Michael Brown

William Wordsworth wrote five poems inspired by a young woman named Lucy. Scholars have long speculated as to the identity of Lucy. Was she real? Could she have been a fantasy of William’s imagination? "William and Lucy" is a fictional work speculating on the identity...

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Woman of the Wind

By Mary Katherine Arensberg

This book starts out in Connecticut in 1876. When the Pettigrew family home burns to the ground, James Pettigrew decides the best thing for his family is to move to the Idaho territory. While the oldest son, Lewis, hates to leave because their mother is...