Free: Barrack Five: A Holocaust Story (Book 1 of the Barracks Series)

Barrack Five: A Holocaust Story (Book 1 of the Barracks Series)
When Vilém Rehor takes a security job at a former concentration camp, he assumes it will be dreary, but uneventful. But when someone starts carving their name onto the walls of Barrack Five, his supposedly boring job becomes more than he bargained for.

As he delves deeper into the mystery of the vandal, he realizes that the Holocaust isn’t over for everyone. The spirit of a girl long gone reveals herself, desperate to be heard.

Can Vilém help this restless soul? Free on Kindle.

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Then Like The Blind Man: ORBIE’S STORY

Then Like The Blind Man: ORBIE'S STORY
While fiction about the 1950s Civil Rights era is far from rare, few capture the period and struggles from the perspective of a white child.

At nine, Orbie seems to live his life along a precipice. He is burdened with an overabundance of difficult choices which would be beyond the capacities of most boys his age–but Orbie is about to discover he’s no ordinary boy…

Then Like The Blind Man: ORBIE’S STORY is an electrifying porthole to the South of the ’50s, where, though inane prejudice may have dominated, kindness and justice also had a place…$2.99 on Kindle.

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The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl

Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun. Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends. Plunged into the treacherous world of Nazi Germany, she uncovers long-buried family secrets, and the legacies of love that always outlast war. “Hard to put down. Harder to forget.” Ink Drop Reviews $0.99 on Kindle.

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Barons

Barons
Five families with an American dream. One railroad to span a nation. Friendships will be tested. Relationships will crumble. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Lost Child

A spellbinding tale of abandonment, rejection, and survival. A baby girl abandoned at birth was raised in an orphanage and sent to the mid-west on an orphan train where she was placed out as a farm laborer. Unwanted and unloved, she fought for survival in a lonely, abusive environment. How did she survive? Free on Kindle.

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A Poor Man’s Supper

A Poor Man's Supper

In the North Carolina mountains following the Civil War, two people, destined to love each other, are doomed to be apart.

Vancie Keller is trying to survive on her mother’s failing farm when her life is forever altered by the arrival of two men, Josiah Buckland and Jagger Hill.

One, she will love, the other she will marry. She has a secret neither of them know.

Orphaned as a teen, Josiah Buckland came down from the rugged mountains of North Carolina to try to find work and possibly a home. He didn’t expect to find the love of his life.

Jagger Hill has secrets of his own. When he comes to town and starts to rebuild, nobody knows him for who he really is, but people will soon learn. Some things cannot be kept hidden forever…

A powerful, heart-breaking tale of the tremendous consequences of our choices and actions, sprinkled with revelry in the natural world, faith, song and myth.
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What Did You Do In The War, Sister?

What Did You Do In The War, Sister?
“A powerful story of seldom-sung heroines in humanity’s darkest days and a vivid reminder of the power of conscience.” — Edgardo David Holzman, author of Malena

Throughout the occupied territories, Catholic Sisters were active members of The Nazi Resistance.

Based on letters and documents written by Catholic Sisters during the Nazi occupation of Belgium, this book tells the remarkable story of these brave and faithful women, and how they served to resist the German forces.

From running contraband to hiding Jews, from spying for the allies to small acts of sabotage, these courageous women risked their lives to help defeat the Reich.

This is a story that needs to be told.

“…an engaging account of World War Two as told through the voice of a fictional Belgian nun… fascinating and valuable.” — Donald Lystra, Author of Season of Water and Ice

“…a generous recounting of the deeds of marvelous nuns living in the midst of mortal danger. It’s also a great read!” — Father James Heft, Professor of Religion at the University of Southern California $0.99 on Kindle.

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How Fires End

How Fires End
A dark secret born out of World War II lies at the heart of a Sicilian American family in this emotional and sweeping saga of guilt, revenge, and redemption. A ”beautiful, mesmerizing” novel (Alexander Chee), that is ”a moving depiction of multigenerational loss and love, grief and gratitude, heartbreak and hope.” (Kirkus Reviews). $0.99 on Kindle

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Picasso’s Motorcycle

Picasso's Motorcycle
France, 1940.

An unexpected gift of an old motorcycle with a tragically romantic past hurls a young orphan into the thick of things as war breaks out and his life changes forever. Half-French/half-German Daniel must find a way to survive in a world that mercy seems to have abandoned. This book transports the reader to Nazi-occupied France, where Daniel unwittingly and unexpectedly finds himself working for the Resistance, and ultimately to the Russian Front in a twist of fate so startling that no one can see it coming. $0.99 on Kindle

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Longsword’s Lady

LONGSWORD'S LADY
Spirited away to France after the death of her father, the Earl of Salisbury, young Ela is soon found by a wandering minstrel and taken to the court of Richard Lionheart. Aged nine, she is betrothed to the King’s illegitimate half-brother, William Longsword, before being sent for education in the household of Eleanor of Aquitaine. But when King John comes to the throne, all she holds dear is threatened…$.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Whispers Among The Prairie

Whispers Among The Prairie
Conflict, adventure and a bit of romance flourishes upon the prairie lands of the American West. Black Kettle of the Southern Cheyenne’s tries desperately to save his people and his way of life from destruction. His adopted daughter Morning Dove becomes a bridge to a world she was born into and one that is foreign to her. Come and join the journey. Free on Kindle.

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The Frenchman’s Daughter

A fast-paced, action-packed, thrilling series of daring exploits. The three young French girls and their group follow a ruthless and dangerous path involving theft, sabotage and assassination as they fight against the German occupation during WW2. They become involved in merciless combat operations that assist the Allied advances in Normandy as they seek further revenge against the German officer responsible for the massacre of French civilians. $3.95 on Kindle.

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The Presiden’s Legionnaire

This is fast-paced thriller set in 1964 is full of emotion and passion. A young soldier whose father has been killed in a failed attempt to assassinate the French political leader becomes involved in retribution against the perpetrators.

President De Gaulle’s outspoken views on the CIA in Europe and the involvement of the USA in southeast Asia have made it more likely that he is in imminent danger from the members of an international syndicate of warmongers, drug and arms dealers who are manipulating worldwide events for their mutual gain.

Patrick Turner along with his girlfriend Alice, spearhead a small group of trusted associates against the syndicate leaders in southern France whilst being pursued by agents of the CIA black operations.

Following the outcome of serious action in the French Pyrenees the story concludes with surprising revelations. $3.95 on Kindle.

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Canawlers

Canawlers
Hugh Fitzgerald is a proud canawler. For ten months a year, he and his family live on their canal boat, working hard to earn enough to get them through the lean winter months when the canal is drained.

The year 1862 is a hard year to live on the canal, though. To this point, the Confederacy has stayed south of the canal, but now the Confederate Army intends to go on the offensive and take the war into the north.

Not only are the Fitzgeralds’ lives endangered by the increased activity of warring armies and raiders on the canal, but the Fitzgeralds’ secret activity as a stop along the Underground Railroad only endangers their lives all the more.

Then fate takes Hugh away from his family, leaving his wife, Alice, to hold the family together. With the help of her children; Thomas, George, and Elizabeth; Tony, an orphan from Cumberland; and David Windover, a disillusioned Confederate soldier, they will face the dangers presented by the war, nature, and the railroad together. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Amber Treasure

The Amber Treasure
597 A.D. Treachery in Dark Ages Northumbria.

Cerdic is the nephew of a great warrior who died a hero of the Anglo-Saxon country of Deira. Growing up in a quiet village, he dreams of the glories of battle and of one day writing his name into the sagas. He experiences the true horrors of war, however, when his home is attacked, his sister kidnapped, his family betrayed and his uncle’s legendary sword stolen.

Cerdic is thrown into the struggles that will determine the future of 6th century Britain and must show courageous leadership and overcome treachery, to save his kingdom, rescue his sister and return home with his uncle’s sword.

“I will take care of the body of my lord and you can carry the sword, storyteller. For all good stories are about a sword.” Free on Kindle

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Acts of War

Acts of War
Adolf Hitler is dead. London is in flames. A Usurper sits on England’s throne. As World War II unfolds on a different path, the Allies must make a desperate stand against Facism. $0.99 on Kindle
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The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl
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 finds her every belief about right and wrong shattered. “Historical fiction that reads like
memoir.” $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Lost Child

A baby girl abandoned at birth and raised in an orphanage is sent to the mid-west on an orphan train. Unwanted and unloved, she goes against all the odds to fight for survival. A story of female triumph and perseverance. How did she survive? Free on Kindle.

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