Free: Framed! A Young Boy’s Fight to Survive in the Wild Australian Bush

Free: Framed! A Young Boy’s Fight to Survive in the Wild Australian Bush
This book is about a young boy who faces huge challenges to his survival. It is based on a true story. Richard is 8 years old when he accompanies his convict father on the journey to Australia. They start again by opening a butcher shop, only to be framed for stealing cattle. Richard is sentenced to hang at the age of 15. What would you do to survive? Find out what Richard does and how he triumphs in the end. Free on Kindle.

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Aurora’s Pride

Aurora’s Pride

1898 Yorkshire—Aurora Pettigrew has it all, a loving family, a nice home, a comfortable life. She’s waiting for the right man to offer her marriage, and the man for her is Reid Sinclair, heir to the Sinclair fortune and the love of her life. But, Reid’s mother, Julia, is against the match and her ruthlessness unearths a family secret that will tear Aurora’s world apart.Unwilling to bring shame on her family and needing answers to the allegations brought to light by Reid’s mother, Aurora begins a long journey away from home. She leaves behind all that is familiar and safe to enter a world of mean streets and poor working class. Living in the tenements of York, surrounded by people of a class she’d never mixed with before, Aurora struggles to come to terms with the way her life has changed. By chance, she reconnects with a man from her past and before he leaves with the army to war in South Africa, he offers her security through marriage. Aurora knows she should be happy, but the memory of her love for Reid threatens her future. When tragedy strikes, can Aurora find the strength to accept her life and forget the past? $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Vittoria

Free: Vittoria

A swiping historical drama about the unforgettable Vittoria and her Jewish family in face of WW II. The story of the Italian Jewish community in face of the Holocaust, drama of loss and despair, survival and human triumph. Free on Kindle.

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Failed Moments

Failed Moments

What if the only way to survive your life is to go back in history to right the wrongs of two other men’s lives? Patrick Walsh travels back to 1790 (French Caribbean) and 1863 (NYC)—two racially charged periods that will test his willingness to do what is right. $0.99 on Kindle.

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A Wave From Mama

A Wave From Mama

What do Weeksville, Irishtown, and the Draft Riots of 1863 all have in common? A common place in American history, or the setting for a socially awkward former slave determined to meet the challenges of the day or die trying? All of this is set in the backdrop of the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and the racial tensions of the period. $0.99 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 Hitler’s mistress. 50 years after the war, she discovers just what secrets it’s been hiding. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” – Philadelphia Inquirer. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Cracks

Free: Cracks

‘Cracks’ is about a world which doesn’t really change. It revolves around a portrait depicting Hitler as a clown drawn roughly a hundred years before his birth. Some see this Jewish work of art as prophetic, others as symbolic, but the Church strongly condemns it. It rouses passionate reactions worldwide. Free on Kindle.

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Devil of Montlaine

Devil of Montlaine

The Beau Monde calls her Naughty Lady Ness, and with good reason. However, her family’s standing and her minor infractions are looked on with affection. Until she goes too far. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Cuckoo Clock New York

Cuckoo Clock New York

Kindertransport 1938. Thousands of Jewish children are being sent away from their homes in Germany to live with total strangers in the United Kingdom and further afield, in the hope that they would be safe. What will happen to them on the outbreak of World War II. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Call Of The Morrigú

Call Of The Morrigú

Life isn’t easy in 1798 Ireland. Rebellions are rising across the countryside, and the English can be cruel overlords. However, this brutality hasn’t reached the country estate of Strokestown. Theodosia Latimer and her grandfather Reginald are on a mission to discover the past. They’re determined to excavate some ancient mounds on the Strokestown estate. But when they discover an imprisoned goddess straight out of Ireland’s rich mythological history, they’re both amazed and frightened. Tasked with integrating this primeval warrior woman into polite society, they develop both respect and fear for the powerful goddess. Will they be able to tame her lust for violence in the upcoming rebellion? Or will they fall victim to it? $0.99 on Kindle.

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The GingerBread House

The GingerBread House

Set in a small town during the 1900’s, The Gingerbread House is Historical Literary Fiction grounded in nostalgia, mirth, and true love. When a journalist comes home from Europe to take over the town newspaper from his sister, he becomes infatuated with the local people and their stories. From an orphaned young girl to a threatening politician to a mysterious and beautiful woman, each individual has a tale to tell in this anthology of brief yet captivating fictional vignettes, each of which rings all too familiar. The Gingerbread House is very much like gingerbread itself – just as tasty whether one delves into it a bit at a time or all at once. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Cedar

The Cedar

From settling in South Carolina in the 17th century through the pinnacle of the Civil War, The Cedar is an enriching tale of generations of the fictional Bodes family and those close to them. Wrought with struggle against enemies, the challenges of the new world, and personal conflict, it is a must-read for fans of Civil War era fiction. $0.99 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 Hitler’s mistress. 50 years after the war, she discovers just what secrets it’s been hiding. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” – Philadelphia Inquirer. $1.99 on Kindle.

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The Man With Two Names

The Man With Two Names

Quintus Sertorius was once Rome’s greatest hero, now he is her most dangerous enemy. He now tells his story from the beginning, from the treacherous Forum of Rome to the violent forests of Gaul. He recalls how he became friends and enemies of the most powerful men in Rome as he is forced to decide what risks he is willing to take, and what compromises he is willing to make, as he attempts to serve Rome and its people. $0.99 on Kindle.

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When It Rained at Hembry Castle

When It Rained at Hembry Castle

Missing Downton Abbey? Read When It Rained at Hembry Castle. A lush historical novel set in Victorian England, When It Rained at Hembry Castle is the story of an aristocratic family, secrets that dare not be told, and the wonder of falling in love. When the 8th Earl of Staton dies, his eldest son, the unreliable Richard, inherits the title and the family’s home—Hembry Castle. The Earl’s niece, the American-born Daphne, is intrigued by Edward Ellis, a rising author with a first-hand knowledge of Hembry Castle—from the servants’ hall. Can Richard come to terms with his title before bringing ruin on his family? Will Edward and Daphne find their way to each other despite the obstacles of life at Hembry Castle? When It Rained at Hembry Castle is a page-turning, romantic novel with vivid characters and an engrossing story that will keep you guessing until the end. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Kingdom

Free: The Kingdom

King David is a real flesh and blood man: renegade, lover, politician, despot. He establishes his empire in a whirlpool of passion, power, prophecy, and adventure.  Also a modern political satire, The Kingdom challenges the dimensions of our being. Free on Kindle.

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Rose of Anzio: Book One-Moonlight

Rose of Anzio: Book One-Moonlight

Summer 1940. 14 year-old Tessa Graham is sent from England to Chicago for her safety to live with the prominent Ardley family. There, she meets 18 year-old Anthony Ardley, with whom her life will become forever intertwined as they try to find their paths and the world around them falls apart.

Follow this sweeping saga of love and war that will take you from pre-war Chicago to the historic Battle of Anzio in Italy and beyond. $0.99 on Kindle.

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London For Immigrant Suckers; So Long Yugoslavia

London For Immigrant Suckers; So Long Yugoslavia

At birth, every man receives a gift pack that defines him and follows him throughout his life. The gift pack includes the parents, place of birth, the country of birth and religion. Peter Kovach’s pack has been sponsored by the Government who were introducing a new religion: Yugoslav. London for Immigrant suckers is an account of one man’s journey from childhood to middle age but with an additional, major, element… It is also the account of the latter stages of the life of a nation. The story of the decline and breakup of Yugoslavia are told through the tale of one man. $0.99 on Kindle.

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