In the Shadow of Gold: A Tale of the Lost Confederate Treasure

In the Shadow of Gold: A Tale of the Lost Confederate Treasure

April 1865. Richmond, Virginia. Two trains. One treasure. And a question worth millions.

As the US Civil War was drawing to a close, and Grant was about to take Richmond, two trains left the city in the dark of night. One carried Confederate President Jefferson Davis and his cabinet. The other carried the Confederate Treasury guarded by a young midshipman from the CSA Navy. A few weeks later, Davis was captured by Federal troops near Irwinville, Georgia, and the treasure…was gone. People have been speculating on what happened to the Confederate treasure for decades.

In The Shadow of Gold offers a fresh interpretation of this on-going mystery—imagining what could have happened to the millions in lost gold, silver, and jewelry, and the lives it could have changed for generations to come. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Princess of Independence

Princess of Independence

Princess Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso is a forgotten figure of the Italian Revolution.

Born into a family of nobility, Belgiojoso learned at a young age what foreigners interested in ruling the Italian States could be like.

She spent the rest of her life dedicated to uniting her home country and ousting those foreigners who only brought harm and discord to the country.

After a failed marriage to a prince and being banished to live in Paris, Belgiojoso met many key players in the French Government, helping to further her cause.

Her social circles were ones that everyone desired to be part of.

When Belgiojoso becomes a mother, with no father to help her, she still works toward her goal of a unified country, raising her daughter to understand the importance of her heritage.

Will she have to choose between being a mother or being a patriot? $2.99 on Kindle.

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We Are Broken

We Are Broken

THE MUST READ HISTORICAL FICTION THRILLER OF THE YEAR

IT’S NOT ONLY WAR THAT CREATES MONSTERS …

The Great War may be over but for disfigured veteran Charlie Hobbs, peace brings its own struggle. Appalled by his gruesome appearance, Hobbs enlists the help of renowned sculptor Francis Derwent Wood, who creates him a lifelike mask to conceal his broken face.

But in yearning for acceptance and a return to the life and the love, he left behind, Hobbs finds the country he fought for shattered by grief; an England in mourning for those who didn’t return.

And he is about discover that it’s not only war that creates monsters.

Demons can lurk deep within; and when they threaten to resurface, everything is at risk. See price on Kindle.

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The Julia Street Series

The Julia Street Series
A segregated train ride is only the beginning. In 1943 Sara and Ben Jameson moved their young family from the South side of Chicago to Berkeley, California. It was their dream to leave behind segregated housing, substandard schools and limited employment opportunities. Little did they know all of that would be waiting for them in South Berkeley, the only part of town where people of color were allowed to rent or own homes. While every silver lining has a cloud, the Jameson family found a home in a welcoming all Black neighborhood where for decades they overcame obstacles and had opportunities they could have only dreamed of.

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Free: Westward Wanderers; Where He Leads

Westward Wanderers; Where He Leads

Clean Christian Historic Fiction with romantic elements.

Compared to an arranged marriage to the odious Bernard Regent, a prairie schooner on the Oregon Trail doesn’t seem like such a bad trade to Amethyst Kent.

When desperate Martha Davis reveals her need for a mother’s helper on the trail, Ami decides to up and leave the pampered life she’s always known for a land of freedom. But trail life is hardly a tea party, and Ami must draw from the deepest wells of her faith to survive. With the sunset always before her, and Shiloh Talon, a handsome trail scout, guiding the way, she might just make it through. Free on Kindle.

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The Julia Street Series

The Julia Street Series
A segregated train ride is only the beginning to a story spanning seven decades.

In 1943 Sara and Ben Jameson moved their young family from the Southside of Chicago to Berkeley, California dreaming of a better life. What they dreamed of and what they found were worlds apart. In Berkeley, they were greeted with segregated housing, separate but unequal schooling and limited opportunity for employment. Unwelcome in other parts of town, they had within their all-Black working-class neighborhood all of the services they needed; family doctor, pharmacist, grocer, cleaner, cobbler, milliner, hairdressers, barbers, great friends and neighbors. Theirs is a story of struggle, triumph and joy. $0.99 to $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Angel of Mercy

Angel of Mercy

She had her entire life planned until the Great War began and everything changed. Hettie Steward is feisty, educated, ambitious and stubborn. When the Great War begins a few months into their marriage, Hettie’s husband enlists and persuades her to join the Canadian Army Nursing Service and follow him overseas. Soon tragedy strikes, and Hettie is faced with a choice. Free on Kindle.

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The Silver Baron’s Wife

The Silver Baron's Wife

The Silver Baron’s Wife traces the rags-to-riches-to-rags life of Colorado’s Baby Doe Tabor (Lizzie). This fascinating heroine worked in the silver mines and had two scandalous marriages – a tale of a fiercely independent woman who bucked all social expectations of 19th century women. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Only Our Destiny

Only Our Destiny
Raffaela, the mother of ten children, is desperately poor. How will she feed her children? Southern Italy struggles with poverty and hunger after World War I. The answer for those bold enough to take it is to go to America to find a better life. Millions of Italian immigrants travel there leaving family behind only to find hardship and prejudice as well, but are resilient and persevere. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Inspired by Art: Rise to Power

Free: Inspired by Art: Rise to Power
How did the masters of art imagine the decline of the House of Saul and David’s rise to the throne?
This collection follows the most iconic figure in history and the beginning of his reign in a stormy era. Free on Kindle.

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Mike Stone: Texas Ranger

Mike Stone: Texas Ranger
A fast-paced western yarn that is hard to put down! Texas in the 1880’s offered both opportunity and danger.

Mike Stone comes to Texas to avoid the gunfighter reputation he had acquired in New Mexico. He finds adventure and danger as he settles in near Austin with an unexpected inheritance and a beautiful new neighbor. He finds it hard to put the guns away when the Texas Rangers come calling. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Moonlight and Mountains

Moonlight and Mountains

Best-selling author B.N. Rundell continues his Rocky Mountain Saint Series with the fourth installment of the Stonecroft Saga.

Two friends explore the Louisiana Territory that seldom had the white man’s footprint. They pass through various Native American tribes on their way to the Rockies while overcoming the wilderness’ life-and-death challenges. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Moonlight and Mountains

Moonlight and Mountains

Best-selling author B.N. Rundell continues his Rocky Mountain Saint Series with the fourth installment of the Stonecroft Saga.

Two friends explore the Louisiana Territory that seldom had the white man’s footprint. They pass through various Native American tribes on their way to the Rockies while overcoming the wilderness’ life-and-death challenges. $2.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Woman in Red: Magdalene Speaks

Free: Woman in Red: Magdalene Speaks

In an enthralling saga, Mary Magdalene, the most misunderstood woman in history, returns strong and true as the irresistible voice of the banished feminine divine. Holding an intriguing legacy in her hands, she unveils the scandalous secrets, prophecies and confidential teachings of Jesus. Free on Kindle.

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The Last Letter

The Last Letter

Katherine wouldn’t have believed it if she hadn’t found the letter…

In the summer of 1905 Katherine Arthur’s mother arrives on her doorstep, dying, forcing her to relive a past she wanted to forget. When Katherine was young, the Arthur family had been affluent city dwellers until shame sent them running for the prairie, into the unknown. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Living in the Middle

Living in the Middle
Wealthy, White, and privileged Jimmy Montgomery discovers he’s been living a lie and travels to Tulsa to uncover his roots. When trouble pits Whites against the Black community of Greenwood, Jimmy realizes he can no longer Live in the Middle. This novel is a stand-alone story of historical fiction. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Seven Days

Seven Days

A teenage girl goes missing in a sleepy English village. Her twin sister seeks to find her. What she uncovers during seven days changes lives forever. $2.49 on Kindle.

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Pianist in a Bordello

Pianist in a Bordello

What would happen if a politician decided to tell the truth—the whole truth?

Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire life bare before voters just days before the election.

And what a life he’s had. Born in a commune and named Richard Milhous Nixon Youngblood as an angry shot at his absent father,

Richard grows up in the spotlight, the son of an enigmatic fugitive and the grandson of a Republican senator. He’s kidnapped and rescued, kicked out of college for a prank involving turkeys, arrested in Hawaii while trying to deliver secrets to the CIA…Dick Nixon Youngblood’s ready to tell all.

He’ll even tell his readers about the Amandas—three women who share a name but not much else, and who each have helped shape and define the man he’s become.

Are voters really ready for the whole truth?

Are you?

Pianist in a Bordello is a hilarious political romp through the last four decades of American history, from a narrator who is full of surprises. $0.99 on Kindle.

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