A Spy's Eyes

Rachael's Story
By Dickie Erman

Rachael, the narrator of A Spy’s Eyes: Rachael's Story by Dickie Erman, was born to a black mother impregnated by a landowner. Thanks to her light coloring, she has the good fortune to be raised by the landowner and his wife as their own child....

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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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Billy Gogan Gone fer Soldier

By Roger Higgins

Billy Gogan: Gone fer Soldier is a work of historical fiction set during the brutal time of the Mexican-American War, and was penned by author Roger Higgins. Forming the second novel in the Billy Gogan series after Billy Gogan, American, we see the continuation of...

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Seeing the Elephant

One Man's Return to the Horrors of the Civil War
By T.W. Harvey

Seeing the Elephant: One Man’s Return to the Horrors of the Civil War is a work of historical fiction focused on American history and was penned by author T. W. Harvey. Based on very real attitudes, events and emotions from authentic letters penned during the...

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My Fatima

By Lydia Lin

Set in Jordan and Lebanon in 1966, Lydia Lin’s novel My Fatima covers the developing conflicts of the Middle East, seen through the eyes of a young West German schoolgirl. Although dimly aware of the complex political background which surrounds her, Trudy’s interests are focused...

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Magician in Black

By Michael Merry

Magician In Black is a work of historical fiction based on real events and people and was penned by author Michael J. Merry. Set during the early 1930s and continuing into the events of the Second World War, the initial plot is brought about by...

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Hadassah, Queen Esther of Persia

By Diana Wallis Taylor

Hadassah, Queen Esther of Persia by Diana Wallis Taylor is the story of Hadassah, a young Jewish girl who became the queen of the Persian empire and played an important role in saving the Jewish people in that kingdom. Hadassah lost her parents and lived...

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Mary Bernadette: Secrets of a Dallas Moon

A Young Vietnamese Girl's Tale from the Grave about the Killing of JFK
By John F. Bronzo

Mary Bernadette: Secrets of a Dallas Moon is told from the point of view of a couple of people involved in a secret mission during the Vietnam War. The main character is Mary Bernadette, a young Vietnamese orphan who was brutally murdered in 1971 with...

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A Lady in Havana

By Ashley Morgan

A Lady in Havana: A Novel by Ashley Morgan is a well-crafted love story bordering on political intrigue, a forbidden romance, and the bonding between a mother and daughter. Dimple's move to Havana with her husband introduced her to an exciting life of casinos, nightclubs,...

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