Aria to Death

A Joseph Haydn Mystery (Joseph Haydn Mystery Series Book 2)
By Nupur Tustin

Nupur Tustin's novel Aria to Death: A Joseph Haydn Mystery is a historical mystery set in 18th-century Vienna. The central character is Joseph Haydn, the renowned and celebrated Austrian composer. Haydn's friend Wilhelm Kaspar inherits manuscripts which are apparently the long-lost operas of the great...

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Between the Walls of Time

By Michael Stafford

Between the Walls of Time by Michael Stafford blends political, scientific, and social theories with a few splashes of murder, arson, corruption, FBI surveillance, and Cherokee mysticism into a storyline relevant for today. The plot opens in 1970 when Cyrus, a young Army Ranger, returns...

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Guesthouse for Ganesha

A Novel
By Judith Teitelman

Poignant and lyrical, Guesthouse for Ganesha: A Novel by Judith Teitelman is a debut novel with strong spiritual underpinnings, a story narrated by a Hindu god that features a Jewish mortal on a journey through difficult and challenging historical time. Esther Grünspan arrives in Köln...

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Dancing on Seaside

By Julius James DeAngelus

Dancing on Seaside by Julius James DeAngelus is a warm, nostalgic story told with love. It takes place in 1977 in Atlantic City with flashbacks to the late 1950s. The storytellers are Hope, the mother of Jamie and Liz – aka the lizard - and...

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The California Run

By Mark A Rimmer

Mark A Rimmer's historical novel, The California Run, is the story of two Yankee clippers, the Achilles and the Sapphire, in a race from New York to San Francisco in 1850. The winner stands to gain the highest profits from their freight. Sapphire has an...

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I Eat Men Like Air

By Alice Berman

I Eat Men Like Air is a dramatic, ensemble cast murder mystery novel penned by author Alice Berman. Sharply modern and intense in its interpersonal relationships, the story follows seven twenty-somethings on a disastrous path that leads one of them to a gruesome death. Unpicking...

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A Sun Drenched Elsewhere

Zoya Septet Book 4
By Murray Pura

If you like a book that throws you into a deep hole and stirs you around in the dark a bit before it finally lifts you into the light, A Sun Drenched Elsewhere: Zoya Septet Book 4 by Murray Pura is for you. On one...

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The Third Half of Our Lives

Two Old Guys Not Selling Anything
By Jon Foyt

Jerry and Walter are two old fellows in their eighties, living in a rather exclusive Californian retirement village. They share an interest in postage stamps, with Walter specializing in issues from nations that are no longer in existence. The Third Half of Our Lives, subtitled...

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Cycles of Norse Mythology

Tales of the AEsir Gods
By Glenn Searfoss

Cycles of Norse Mythology: Tales of the Aesir Gods is a work of rewritten fiction based on classic works, and was penned by author Glenn Searfoss. Working from sagas like the traditional poetic and prose Eddas of Norse mythology, Searfoss has created a new retelling...

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Occupied

A Novel Based on a True Story
By Kurt Blorstad

Kurt Blorstad's historical fiction novel Occupied is based on the true story of the Blorstad family. The story is set in Norway from 1935 to 1945 based on Trygve Blorstad's real-life journals. In the novel, Trygve is the narrator. Olaf and Pauline Blorstad are part...

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