Iron Blood & Sacrifice (The Sons of Beli Mawr)

Iron Blood & Sacrifice (The Sons of Beli Mawr)

Iron Blood & Sacrifice is set in 55 & 54 BC, in Late Pre-Roman, Iron Age Britain, prior-to and including Julius Caesar’s exploratory forays in those years. History as we know is written by the victor and Julius Caesar’s history is a well-known Roman one. I hope these historically inspired novels will perhaps give the reader a taste of what ‘may have been’, the Brythonic perspective of the same tumultuous period in their history. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Spirit of Gettysburg: Soulmates Across Time

Spirit of Gettysburg: Soulmates Across Time

Washington, D.C. psychic to the powerful elites Maureen McAlister flees a contemporary, shattered life into the ghostly, loving arms of Confederate soldier Major Clayton Fontaine Douglas, her former husband and one-true-soulmate. He is an unrepentant Rebel, a proud, brave officer in General Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia.

Clayton is now a ghost stuck in time in her newly inherited Gettysburg, Pennsylvania estate. He is furious at God for the loss of his Country and her. Clayton is the only man she loves and trusts. He is dying again because of her. Maureen must change his fate and rewrite karma. She must try to save him…again. How?

Time travel back to their War Between the States lifetime together, persuade him to avoid Pickett’s Charge during the July, 1863 Battle of Gettysburg and prevent his death. Fail and they are eternally separated. Fail and he is doomed to perdition. She is scared, very, very scared. What if she fails him again? $9.98 on Kindle.

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Mistress of the Maze

Mistress of the Maze
Rosamund Clifford, one of the most famous royal mistresses of all time—concubine to Henry II, the first Plantagenet King.
A young maiden ruled by a grasping father who will stop at nothing to promote his own cause with the King…even using his daughter’s beautiful face and enticing body to gain high favour.

A fearful girl is taken by a mysterious messenger from Godstow nunnery to a Tower surrounded by a grotesque topiary labyrinth, where she must wait for the arrival of the master of the maze—not the Minotaur of ancient Greek myth but the bull-like Plantagenet King Henry.

Drawn like a moth to a flame, Rosamund soon grows to love the charismatic King…but when her love is reciprocated, she makes a terrible enemy, Henry’s estranged wife, the powerful Eleanor of Aquitaine.

When Henry locks Queen Eleanor in Sarum castle and speaks of annulment, Rosamund thinks she has no more to fear from her rival.

But a spurned Queen is a dangerous foe. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Welsh Guardsman

The Welsh Guardsman
After growing up in poverty, Dorothy can finally choose a life of luxury with her father who had been little more than a memory to her. As war threatens to plunge her world into chaos, a chance encounter with a dashing soldier could change everything once again. Torn between loyalty to her father and the possibility of love, Dorothy struggles with the greatest decision of her young life. $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 world of the Third Reich, she uncovers long-buried secrets to reveal the legacies of love that always outlast war. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Dear Comrade Novak

Dear Comrade Novak
A story about conspiracy and revolution, love and hate, and the strong power of friendship.

In 1980s communist Romania, three school graduates form an unusual friendship: young Attila, who’s in love with his 45-year-old teacher; Tiberius, son of high-class secret police parents; and the gypsy Viorica, who is forced into a marriage arranged when she was four.

When a conspiracy scandal throws their life upside down, all three of them will have to choose their sides: for or against the cruel tyrant Ceausescu. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Munich Girl

The Munich Girl
The past may not be done with us. Anna Dahlberg is about to discover what secrets a portrait of Hitler’s mistress is hiding. They’ll challenge her every belief about right and wrong, as they reveal the enduring 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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Free: The Servant Girl Murders (Book 2)

Free: The Servant Girl Murders (Book 2)
America’s first serial killer is on the loose…

It’s 1885 in Austin, Texas, and a string of grisly murders has put the entire country on edge. Eight murders have happened within city limits, each in eerily similar circumstances, and the police are no closer to catching the culprit than when they started. Austin needs a hero to put an end to this brutal reign of terror, and fast. Free on Kindle.

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The Pharaoh’s Treasure

The Pharaoh’s Treasure

A new perspective on the history of paper from its origins in Egypt to its spread throughout the Western world, The Pharaoh’s Treasure relates the story of how papyrus paper lent itself to the task of producing scrolls, books and Bibles, and in doing so, helped revolutionize the world. It was with the advent of papyrus paper that the ability to record and transmit information exploded, allowing for an exchanging of ideas from the banks of the Nile throughout the Mediterranean and the civilized world for the first time in human history. Once people got used to being able to record and transmit information so easily, the medium might change, parchment or pulp paper might come or go, but this habit and expectation of writing things down became a hallmark of civilized life. In other words, we are what we are not in spite of this paper, but because of it. $14.99 on Kindle.

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Minetta Lane

Minetta Lane
New York City, 1904- Bodee Rivers, who has always run from major challenges, moves to the most dangerous block in the city, which is governed by an unusual race-based code. When he finds himself confronted with an unimaginable challenge, he isn’t sure he’s up to the task. Stand and fight or cut and run? $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Town Marshal

The Town Marshal
The Town Marshal is ripped from the annals of authentic American history of the Old West. Its two main participants, James Cooper and Henry Newton Brown, form a close friendship when, along with Billy the Kid, they fight in the Lincoln County War. After that, James and Henry move on, their bond of friendship growing even stronger as James becomes a crusading newspaper editor and Henry, a town marshal feared by outlaws and lauded by his peers and the towns he served.

But something goes wrong, and in an emotive moment, the two best friends find themselves face to face in a dramatic and poignant confrontation. $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.

“Hard to put down…harder to forget.” —Ink Drop Reviews. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The River Girl’s Christmas

Free: The River Girl’s Christmas
Christmas of 1892 promises to be exciting for Zillia Eckhart, especially after she finds out her best friend and sister-in-law, Soonie, is coming home.

Soonie is anxious for her family to meet her husband, Lone Warrior. But threats line the Texas trails.

The two friends find themselves in a struggle for faith and family like they’ve never faced before. But family ties run swift and deep, sure as the Colorado River. Free on Kindle.

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Chase The Wild Pigeons

Chase The Wild Pigeons
Joe is 12 and suddenly alone with his family killed. His pa is fighting in Gen Lee’s army 600 miles away. Joe must somehow trek there through the war-torn South hoping his father is even alive. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Moral Compass

The Moral Compass
Florence is shielded from the filth and poverty of Victorian London by her father’s money and status. When he suffers a spectacular fall from grace, she must abandon everything, including the man she loves, and start again in the empire’s furthest colony of New Zealand. Compromise and suffering await Florence in her new home. Against the odds, she finds security and love. But her decision to risk everything to enjoy some of the trappings of her previous life costs her dearly. She must live with the heartbreaking consequences of the choice she has made. As the first book in the Shaking the Tree trilogy, The Moral Compass is a sweeping historical romance beginning the gripping journey Florence will continue in the recently published sequel A Pivotal Right. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Free: The Law of Moses

Free: The Law of Moses

Samuel was a quiet man who believed in God, family and education. In 1861 Confederate forces attacked Fort Sumter. Against every moral belief, he enlisted in the Union Army and with his first step toward the south, he changed his life forever. Free on Kindle.

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I, Richard Plantagenet

I, Richard Plantagenet
I, Richard Plantagenet, An Epic Novel of Richard III

Complete Edition, updated and revised, containing parts 1 and 2, Tante Le Desiree and Loyaulte Me Lie.

Richard III’s story, told in first person from his point of view, using, where possible, Richard’s actual words (in modern English.)

From the battle of Barnet when Richard is only 18 through his marriage to Anne Neville, to unexpected kingship, betrayal by his ‘friend’ Buckingham…and the mystery of the vanished princes. Then it is on through the pain of the loss of his only legitimate son Edward, to the final deadly conflict on Bosworth Field against Henry Tudor.

A different fictional look at England’s most loved–and most hated–King. Not a wooden saint, nor yet Shakespeare’s hunchbacked fiend, a flesh and blood, fallible man: King’s brother, royal duke, scoliosis sufferer, warrior, husband, father.

Contains what is probably the most up to date fictional account of Richard’s last moments at Bosworth, based on the archaeology and forensics. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Unsung Odysseys

Unsung Odysseys
Unsung Odysseys re-tells the story of Odysseus’ journey home from Troy through the voices of women. Each female speaks directly to the reader in her own voice with each character picking up the thread where the previous character left off. The work will appeal to readers interested in re-telling of ancient myths, in Homer’s Odyssey, in historical fiction, and in women’s fiction. $0.99 on Kindle.

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