The Wings of Morning

By Douglas Atwill

The Wings of Morning by Douglas Atwill is an engaging story with rock-solid characters and a vivid setting. The story features three men who are trying to make a living in Santa Fe after WWII. It begins one July evening in the year 1946, with...

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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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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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The Poker Players

By Edward Dreyfus

The Poker Players by Edward Dreyfus takes us deep inside the male psyche, especially fashioned by the era of the mid-20th century prevailing attitudes. Growing up in the 50’s, there were two cardinal rules for men: 1/ Big Boys Don’t Cry and 2/ You Are...

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The Deadliest Lie

By June Trop

June Trop's mystery and historical fiction novel, The Deadliest Lie, is set in Roman Alexandria in 46 CE. Miriam bat Isaac is 16, well educated, and engaged to Noah, the son of Amram, her father's best friend and business partner. She is under pressure to...

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The Flames of Florence

Da Vinci's Disciples - Book Three
By Donna Russo Morin

Donna Russo Morin's historical novel The Flames of Florence: Da Vinci's Disciples - Book Three is set in Renaissance Florence. Viviana is a founding member of da Vinci's Disciples, talented women artists with Leonardo da Vinci as their mentor. Florence is in political and religious...

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Tiger Drive

A Novel
By Teri Case

Tiger Drive is a contemporary family drama novel penned by author Teri Case. Written for adults due to its complex themes, language, and content, the story focuses with a deep and insightful perspective on the Sloan family, residents of the titular address at which the...

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The American Governess

By Kay Bell

Kay Bell's novel The American Governess is set in Queensland, Australia. Becky Golding, owner of the Glen Eira cattle station, is an American who has lived in Australia since 1967. She is now 72. Chase Miller, a young American backpacker, is hired as a handyman...

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The Nine

A Novel
By Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg

The Nine by Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg is a novel about the Webber family and their experiences with an elite boarding school. Hannah and Edward enroll their talented son in the exclusive Dunning Academy despite the exorbitant cost. The difficulty of keeping up with the fees...

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The Peregrine's Odyssey

Burnt Offerings - A Novel of Early Christianity
By Michael Kleinfall

Immersed in the world of ancient Rome, Michael Kleinfall’s epic, The Peregrine’s Odyssey, tells the story of the deep fraternal bond that develops between Gaius Segusiavus, “the Peregrine,” and Ignatius the Younger, both from wealthy merchant families, which outlasts even death. This work of historical...

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