The Stonegate Sword

The Stonegate Sword
A wonderfully told story of character, faith, and military action set in the future…which seems like the past!
Harry James Fox scores with a unique story that blends the past with an apocalyptic future to produce an adventure of character, faith, and military action. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Divided We Fall

Divided We Fall
Magnus is a Viking who has lost the taste for war and raiding. But when he’s savagely split apart from his family, he must embark on a perilous quest to reunite with them. He dusts off his axe and shield, knowing that betrayal and danger will meet him at every turn.
Making blood-feuds along the way, it’s clear that all of his enemies will eventually need to be dealt with…$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 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
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Free: The Road Home

Free: The Road Home

1891—Living separately for three years, fourteen-year-old twins, Katherine and Tommy Arthur have done their best to make each boarding house feel like home. But unrest grows as they are driven to questionable actions just to survive. Meanwhile, their desperate mother is confronted with breaking yet another promise to her children. Then a miracle descends. Hope rises on a cold, rainy night and changes everything. If Jeanie could just get word to Katherine and Tommy, she knows she can set their lives right again. Agitators, angels, and dangerous “saviors” illuminate the Arthurs’ unmatched determination and smarts.

1905—Though she tries to forget the awful years that hurt so much, the memories still haunt Katherine. Now, tearful mourners at her mother’s funeral force her to revisit a time in her life that both harmed and saved her in the most unexpected ways. Tommy grieves his mother’s passing as well. He too is thrust backward, compelled to rediscover the events in his life that shaped the man he has become. Will he commit to reconstructing his broken life? The Arthurs come to understand that forgiveness is the only way back to hope, the only way to find all that was good in the misfortune that transformed their lives forever. Free on Kindle.

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Living in the Middle

Living in the Middle

Rejected by his race. Hunted by the Klan. Yet, standing up to hatred is what he’s compelled to do.

New York, Early 1900s: Jimmy Montgomery comes from old New York money and grows up among the Manhattan elite. At the age of eighteen, Jimmy discovers he’s been living a lie. He follows his roots back to Tulsa, Oklahoma to answer the burning questions in his life. Who is he? What is he? Where does he belong? He finds love and friendship along the way, but full acceptance from either the White or the Black world eludes him. When trouble pits the White population of Tulsa against the Black community of Greenwood, Jimmy must finally make a choice—he can no longer live in the middle. His decision will alter the course of his life and those he’d come to love. What will he decide? Pick up a copy to find out.

LIVING IN THE MIDDLE is a powerful African American historical novel based on the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921. If you like passionate heroes, no-holds-barred history, high-stakes emotional tension, then you’ll love A. Robert Allen’s eye-opening story.

LIVING IN THE MIDDLE is a stand-alone story connected by theme to the other volumes in A. Robert Allen’s Slavery and Beyond series.
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Across Great Divides

Across Great Divides
Across Great Divides is a timeless, World War II story of the upheavals of war, the power of family, and the resiliency of human spirit. When Hitler comes to power in 1933, one Jewish family refuses to be destroyed and defies the Nazis only to come up against another struggle—confronting Apartheid in South Africa. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Four

Four
Four is a gritty, gruesome, intoxicating and thriller book of twin boys whose world is disrupted by their government who is forcing them to fight for the value of their lives. The boys have trained in a camp with other children their ages and above, they learn the ins and outs of the competition and is motivated by dear ones to win the game and save their country from hardship. $9.00 on Kindle.

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Second Son

Second Son
It is the dawn of the Renaissance, a time when new ideas are just beginning to emerge. Alfred — the eponymous second son — comes of age in the enlightened court of his grandfather. Alfred is convinced that his life will be unremarkable, spent in diligent but mundane service to the king. His grandfather, however, foresees for him a special destiny. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: New Orleans Lynchings: A Frank Vito Bounty Hunter Series (Historical Western Thriller) Book 4

Free: New Orleans Lynchings: A Frank Vito Bounty Hunter Series (Historical Western Thriller) Book 4
Bounty hunters Frank Vito and Ellie Stockwell are on the trail of Bloody Bob Anderson, a dark and endlessly violent case that will lead them straight to winding streets of New Orleans.

New Orleans Lynchings in the fourth installment in the bestselling Frank Vito Bounty Hunter Series. Free on Kindle.

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The Falconer’s Apprentice

The Falconer’s Apprentice
The Falconer’s Apprentice tells the tale of an adventuresome 15-year old orphan, who embarks on a precipitous flight across Europe to rescue the falcon Adela.

A crotchety falconer, a secretive trader and his feisty daughter, a mysterious hermit, a young king in prison, an aging emperor, and an irascible Arab physician are among the principal characters in this action/adventure novel, set in the 13th century. Written for readers age twelve and above, this coming-of-age story conveys life in medieval Europe, with bedbugs next to silver chalices, food ranging from the moldy to the sublime, and intellectual sophistication side by side with rank superstitions.

Original poetry by King Enzio, imprisoned in Bologna, and writings about falconry by Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen are incorporated into the novel. The eight parts of the novel reflect the eight octagonal towers of the Castel del Monte, a critical turning point in the protagonist’s life. $0.99 on Kindle.

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La Viña De Dios (The Godvine)

La Viña De Dios (The Godvine)
Valentina Del Viento has the gifts of the wind and foreshadowing. Having used The Divine Liquid, she travels over 100 years to find the man of whom she sees in her visions. The man she’s destined to be with. Time, religion, love, culture, evil and even the paranormal all collide in this fascinating, epic tale of Magical Realism set in the enchanting, magical land that is Northern New Mexico. $3.99 on Kindle.

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None Such as She

None Such as She

11th century, North Africa. Zaynab is the famous queen consort of Yusuf bin Tashfin, leader of the Moorish Almoravid army, which defeated El Cid, conquering all of North Africa and most of Spain. But her life is full of unanswered questions. She claimed she would marry the man who would rule all of North Africa, but it took four marriages before this prophecy came true. She was Yusuf’s right hand, an undisputed beauty and gave him many children, yet Yusuf chose as his heir the son of a Christian slave girl. A gripping story of love and jealousy, rivalries and empire building.

Part of a series (but can be read as a standalone). $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl
The past may not be done with us. Fifty years after the end of World War II, Anna is plunged into the world of the “ordinary” Munich girl who was her mother’s confidante — and Hitler’s lover — and finds her every belief about right and wrong challenged. “Historical fiction that reads like memoir.” Philadelphia Inquirer $0.99 on Kindle.

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Spite Fences

Spite Fences
It’s 1960 in the Jim Crow south. Everyone knows what side of the tracks they belong on, and the price to be paid for crossing the line. 13-year-old Maggie Pugh needs to decide who she’s going to stand with. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Third Daughter (The Royals of Dharia, Book One)

Free: Third Daughter (The Royals of Dharia, Book One)
Being Third Daughter of the Queen means Aniri is free to love her fencing instructor—until a marriage proposal from a barbarian prince forces her to choose between preventing a war and breaking her heart. Free on Kindle.

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Free: The Edge of Revolt

Free: The Edge of Revolt
The last thing David expects is that his beloved son will topple him from the throne. The betrayal threatens not only his life but also his legacy. Coming back to power will put his son in danger. Is David ready for his next move? Free on Kindle.

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The Sirens of Oak Creek

The Sirens of Oak Creek

A hidden, sacred canyon. Eight women. Twelve centuries. And a mystical song that connects them all. This is the layout of Robert DeMayo’s new novel, “The Sirens of Oak Creek”, a gripping tale that intertwines local myths with historical facts and the author’s vibrant imagination.

The story is populated by vastly different people who passed through Arizona’s magical Oak Creek Canyon over the centuries: Ancient hunter-gatherers, Mayan visitors, Spanish conquistadors, early American settlers and modern-day seekers of bliss. They all will have to face their truth in this remote high-desert canyon. “The Sirens of Oak Creek” is a meditation on the power of immaterial realms, and of nature itself, as perceived through the eyes of these women. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Rebellion

Rebellion
It is 1643.
England is engulfed in civil war, the bloodiest period in its history.
It is a conflict that will lead to the downfall of a king, the creation of a republic, an explosion in religious freedoms – and two decades of fear, retribution, betrayal and slaughter.
And it is a time for heroes, for men and women to prove their worth to their country – and the God they serve.
Francis Hacker, a leading Parliamentarian soldier, is one such hero.
Hacker lives in the heart of England, where he is a Captain of Horse in the Leicestershire Militia and a notable commander and a trusted friend and supporter of Oliver Cromwell.
His desire to support Parliament against the tyrant King, Charles the First, throws Hacker into a world of deceit and danger – pitting him against a cruel and formidable adversary.
And putting everything he holds most dear at risk. $2.99 on Kindle.

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