A Betting Woman

A Novel of Madame Moustache
By Jenni L. Walsh

A Betting Woman: A Novel of Madame Moustache by Jenni. L Walsh is a historical novel firmly rooted in reality and the persona of the mysterious Eleanor Dumont or Madame Moustache as she later became known. The story traces one Simone Jules, the daughter of...

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Gods of Men

Where the Spartans are Made
By Philip Remus

Gods of Men: Where the Spartans are Made by Philip Remus tells the story of Lysander, who is deemed a mothax (bastard). At the age of seven, Lysander is sent to the Rearing to become a Spartan. Paidonomos Kleisthenes, a Cyclops, commands the young Spartans...

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A Soldier's Quartet

By Colin Baldwin

A Soldier's Quartet is a work of fiction in the historical, contemporary, and interpersonal drama subgenres, and was penned by author Colin Baldwin. We find ourselves with protagonist Conrad Bentley, a retiree who happens upon an old letter from World War 1. In a novel...

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The Apocryphal of Lazarus

By Pablo Zaragoza

The Apocryphal of Lazarus is a work of fiction in the historical and literary subgenres and was penned by author Pablo Zaragoza. The work is best suited to the adult reading audience for its complex themes and serious emotional content concerning death, faith, and torment....

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Chateau Laux

A Story of Colonial America
By David Loux

In David Loux’s immersive historical novel, Chateau Laux, the fate of a young family is changed by a heinous crime that leaves a trail of far-reaching and devastating results. It is the early 1700s and Lawrence Kraymer is one of Philadelphia’s successful merchants after inheriting...

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Heaven in a Wild Flower

Tale Of An Anglo-Saxon Leatherworker On Lindisfarne
By John Broughton

Life in seventh-century Northumbria was a challenge. Boys were brought up to take over their father’s trade and then expected to carry on the family business. But, when the king demands all men and boys respond to his call to arms and fight a war...

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Byron

A play in three acts
By Nigel Patten

Byron: A Play in Three Acts by Nigel Patten is really a novel dressed up as a play. The long speeches, particularly by George Gordon, Lord Byron, British Romantic poet (1788-1824), would be almost impossible to follow by a theater audience, though they make for...

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Lords of the Black Banner

A Mongolian Epic (Fractured Empire Saga Book 2)
By Starr Z. Davies

Lords of the Black Banner: A Mongolian Epic (Fractured Empire Saga Book 2) by Starr Z. Davies is exactly what the title implies: a true epic of Mongolian life, death, treachery, and an empire in decline, carefully held together by a cobbled alliance of Mongolian...

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A History of Vampires

A New Queen
By Amanda Lewis

In A History of Vampires: A New Queen, Amanda Lewis has written an original story about immortals and their role on earth. Archaeology professor Angelina has noticed a dark presence wherever she goes. When she finally corners the man she has seen all over the...

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Lace Curtain

Daughters of Ireland - Book 2
By Jeanne Charters

Lace Curtain by Jeanne Charters is set during the Civil War from 1857 and begins on Mary Boland and Daniel Kelly’s wedding day in Massachusetts. Daniel becomes one of the best lawyers in Boston and Mary opens a birthing clinic. They have one daughter, Nellie,...

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