Free: Cover Me With My Izar : A Jewish Family Saga

Cover Me With My Izar : A Jewish Family Saga
Through a series of stories that span several generations, ‘Cover Me with My Izar’, brings to vivid life the modern history of Iraqi Jews.

The stories are fascinating, humorous, filled with humanity, always captivating, and brimming with heart. Each story is told from the viewpoint of a different character across the generations.

From the tales of the vibrant Jewish community in Baghdad, through the terrors of the Farhud Pogrom to the mass immigration into Israel, a rich story of struggle and learning to adapt unfolds.

From the miracle that was visited upon the barren Latifa, to the disaster Ezra, the sword collector, brought on his own head; from Yvette, who decided to go and earn an education for herself against all odds, to the story of Itzik and Nava, children of the third generation born in Israel who wanted to be integrated into its newly forming society. These are just a handful of the rich tapestry of stories woven together to form the fabric of this book. A fabric as unforgettable and rich as that from which the traditional Izar gown, worn by the Jewish women of Iraq, is made. Free on Kindle.
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Free: The Scent of Gardenias

The Scent of Gardenias
Determined to escape her hard life, Margaret defies her father and marries. When her husband’s killed, Margaret struggles to survive. Another marriage holds promise but she when finds she’s living a life of secrets, it threatens everything. Free on Kindle.
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A Panther Crosses Over

A Panther Crosses Over
Read book 1 in the American Trilogy series before book 2, Beardstown, publishes on Oct 4! $0.99 on Kindle.
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City of Liars

City of Liars

When the Inquisition holds its first public execution in Barcelona, it draws a Catholic heiress and a Jewish navigator into a secret alliance to smuggle would-be targets to safety by sea. As the rescue mission unfolds, a forbidden love blooms between them. Will their heart-stopping escape plan outfox the vicious regime, or will it cost their lives? $0.99 on Kindle.
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The Shimmering

Romance. Drama. Mystery. Beware The Shimmering, book one in Michael L. Clark’s gripping historical, time-traveling trilogy.

Emily and Daniel Lane, a happily married couple, are attempting to live a simpler life and live it to the fullest on their small farm in rural middle Tennessee. The two become separated when Daniel, while on a trail ride, accidentally discovers The Shimmering, a gateway that sends him two hundred years back in time.

Emily, with the help of her newfound friend, Tommy Brown (a park ranger), desperately searches for her beloved, who seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth. Meanwhile, Daniel struggles for survival and answers while living in the past along the Natchez Trail.

Can Daniel find his way back through time and reunite with Emily? Will Emily discover what has become of her husband? Or are they both destined to live separate lives, never to see one another again?

Treachery, thievery, and bandits await Emily and Daniel as they struggle to find their way back to each other. Be careful! You, too, could be drawn into the secret of The Shimmering. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Free: Fate’s Final Destiny

Fate's Final Destiny

Fate’s Final Destiny is the epic story of two young children growing up on the Oklahoma Panhandle during the Great Depression. As they become childhood sweethearts and fall in love, tragic family and world events cause their separation. Forced to live parallel but separate lives, they learn to navigate and survive the difficult times ahead, never giving up hope that they may one day be reunited. 2022 Literary Titan Gold Book Award winner. Free on Kindle.
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A Stream to Follow

A Stream to Follow

With a story that moves from post-war America back to the killing fields of Alsace and to England under the siege of German rockets, “A Stream to Follow” gives fresh vision for paths to healing. Plunging deep into the crucible of trauma, it’s an uplifting tale of valor, resilience, and the search for enduring love.
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Lost Child

lost child historical fiction

A spellbinding tale of female strength and perseverance! On October 27, 2015, a newborn baby was abandoned in a New York Orphanage. Never adopted, she was sent on an Orphan train to the Midwest. Follow her adventures as she struggles to survive in a frightening new world and build her life. $0.99 on Kindle
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West From Here

West From Here

West From Here is a timeless story of courage, honor, and manifesting one’s destiny. Based on real history, this novel is historical fiction at its finest and most authentic. In West From Here, author Bill Brown explores a defining time in US history, exploring grand themes at a deeply personal level as Elias finds himself torn between his own white heritage and his newfound love and respect for the Creek people. Can he bridge the gulf between them?

Elias James is looking to find his place in the world, regain his family’s honor, and earn the respect of his stern and demanding father—and he has just the plan to accomplish all three. Years ago, Creek Indians stole a precious heirloom entrusted to Elias’s father. If Elias can venture to the Creek Nation and recover it, then he will be a hero.

He’s not going alone though; he’ll take four of his cousins with him on his important mission. Along the way, they will face off against nature and Indian warriors and Elias might even have the chance at romance as he finds more trouble than he could have ever imagined. As tensions rise between the Indians and settlers, they’ll have to move carefully indeed.

There’s just one problem Elias never expected: when he comes to love the new world he’s discovered and now understands better, what of the life he’s left behind? Can he possibly bridge the rift between the Creek people and his own?

If anyone can, Elias is the man for the job.
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Fabyan Place: Surviving Nazi Captivity

Fabyan Place: Surviving Nazi Captivity

The Color of War: racism and survival in Nazi captivity

During WWII, Sonny and John, two mixed-race Allied soldiers have managed to keep their ethnicity hidden since they enlisted.

One is captured by the Germans in Belgium, the other in Italy. If this secret is discovered during their imprisonment, the Nazis will execute them instantly.

Having survived so far without being exposed, the two meet in a POW camp near the Russian Front. They’re about to be transferred to death camp Berga—a place so truly evil that its purpose is Vernichtung durch Arbeit: “Annihilation Through Labor.” Prisoners are worked to death…

Once there, they will be forced to confront the nemesis set to define the remainder of their lives.

Growing up having to deal with the pain of racism took its toll. But if the terror they are about to face doesn’t kill them, they’ll be left with scars so mentally and physically deep that even time might not be able to heal them. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Shield-Maiden: Under the Howling Moon

Shield-Maiden: Under the Howling Moon

From New York Times bestselling author Melanie Karsak, escape to ancient Scandinavia in this gripping retelling of the Norse Hervarar Saga. Hervor was born unloved, unwanted. Her family whispered that she was cursed, but the gods had plans for this shield-maiden. $0.99 on Kindle.
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West From Here

West From Here

Elias James is looking to find his place in the world, regain his family’s honor, and earn the respect of his stern and demanding father—and he has just the plan to accomplish all three. Years ago, Creek Indians stole a precious heirloom entrusted to Elias’s father. If Elias can venture to the Creek Nation and recover it, then he will be a hero.

He’s not going alone though; he’ll take four of his cousins with him on his important mission. Along the way, they will face off against nature and Indian warriors and Elias might even have the chance at romance as he finds more trouble than he could have ever imagined. As tensions rise between the Indians and settlers, they’ll have to move carefully indeed.

There’s just only problem Elias never expected: when he comes to love the new world he’s discovered and now understands better, what of the life he’s left behind? Can he possibly bridge the rift between the Creek people and his own?

If anyone can, Elias is the man for the job. $0.99 on Kindle.
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Journeys: The Archers of Saint Sebastian

Journeys: The Archers of Saint Sebastian
15-year-old Marieke is as obsessed with the archers’ guild of Saint Sebastian as everyone else in Ardennes. Here twelve of the best and most beautiful young Journeyman archers compete every year for a coveted spot on the prince’s bodyguard. But when Marieke flees to the guild for refuge, there are only two things she really knows about the place. One is that a mysterious accident ended her own father’s chances as a Journey. The other? There are no women allowed inside Saint Sebastian’s. Disguising herself as a boy to infiltrate the guild means embarking on a dangerous deception. But when the charming Journeyman Tristan takes her under his wing as his squire, Marieke’s got to stay – at least long enough to help him beat out his brutal arch-rival to win the competitions. Keeping her identity a secret will be hard. Living in close quarters with a pack of gorgeous boys? That will be harder still. But the hardest thing of all will be keeping the vow she makes for herself: to see Tristan become the next Guardsman, without ever letting him find out she’s a girl who loves him. $1.99 on Kindle.
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The Munich Grl

The Munich Grl

What family secrets is a portrait of Eva Braun hiding? Fifty years after WW2, Anna is plunged into the treacherous world of the Munich girl who was her mother’s confidante – and Hitler’s lover – and uncovers a tangled web of long-buried family secrets. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” Philadelphia Inquirer
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LINCOLN’S LAWMAN

THE CIVIL WAR IS LONG OVER LEAVING IN ITS WAKE THE GREAT EMANCIPATOR BELONGING TO THE AGES, BUT HIS LEGACY LIVES ON IN THE MAN THEY CALL LINCOLN’S LAWMAN.

The vanguard of a new breed of marshals envisioned by the slain president, the formidable Nash Riker upholds his sworn duty on America’s newest battlefield, the lawless West.

With McKenna, his deputy, confidant and best friend all rolled into the form of his twin sister, at his side, Riker endlessly patrols the western landscapes delivering justice and bringing hope.

The siblings’ drive to deliver law and order is matched only by their embrace of sizzling encounters with the opposite sex as they fight to restore order and vanquish villainy wherever they might encounter it.

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The Buffalo Cabin

The Buffalo Cabin

From the author of the award-winning The Cabin at Jackson Hole . . .

Ambitious and sophisticated William Winthrop has quit Boston to enter frontier politics in the new state of Wyoming, where opportunities abound. There, William meets Blaine Wallace, a fiery and independent suffragette, living near the town of Buffalo, who he believes is the perfect person to advise him on local matters.

But she has more important concerns than giving guidance to a political novice. Blaine has recently taken over a sheep ranch and is still learning to manage this enterprise as well as hold her own among other ranchers. Still, she finds herself intrigued by William, imagining he just might improve certain wrongs for the better.

As for William, he can only kick himself for becoming ever drawn to this audacious woman and her brash behavior, so different from his own. Yet despite rocky beginnings, their lives become further entangled as the territory dissolves into a county war, threatening everything they hold dear.

As greater forces face off over who will possess this beautiful land, two unlikely souls collide, then find whether they can ever come together.

The Buffalo Cabin is based on true events during one of the most turbulent eras in Wyoming, as bold men and women fight for their chosen way of life. $0.99 on Kindle.
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It Happened in Silence

It Happened in Silence

An inspiring story of injustice and family loyalty set in turbulent 1920s Georgia. A mute girl leaves her Appalachian homestead to find her brother. Soon they both run afoul of the unjust laws of the time and soon are embroiled in scandals involving the women of the KKK, and baby farming. How will they escape? $1.99 on Kindle.
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The Tide Between Us

The Tide Between Us

1821 – A cargo of Irish children is deported to the cane fields of Jamaica: 1991 – Their story is uncovered:
“The award-winning bestselling novel brings history to life in this mesmerizing epic” The Post $0.99 on Kindle.
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