CrossTown

CrossTown

Zethus is a sorcerer—a self-described spiritual thug for hire. He makes his living in CrossTown, a place where the many world hypothesis of modern physics manifests itself, where possibilities and probabilities overlap. Caught up in a web of intrigue as he investigates the death of his master, Corvinus, and pursued by agents that want to erase all knowledge of Corvinus’s work, Zethus discovers that the key to his master’s murder lies in the last project he had pursued before his death. The roots of this project lie deep in the past, at the origin of CrossTown’s fractured reality. Once he understands the stakes, Zethus must make the dangerous journey to the cradle of history. The price he must pay to find the answers he seeks will threaten everything he holds dear—including his own humanity. $9.99 on Kindle.

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MARY

MARY

This handwritten story was in an old chest I bought at an auction—Janis Hoffman.

I’ve led a wildlife and had a hell of a good time. I still have my nose, all my fingers and my scalp thanks to my high intelligence, strength, quickness, excellent judgment, and a little help from all my many, many friends. I promise not to lie too bad. If you are a prissy little thing, best to pass on by. If you are a sensitive, refined gentleman, best to pass on by. $2.99 on Kindle.

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The Stamp

The Stamp

A single Nazi postage stamp – hidden for decades – surfaces in Paris, threatening to expose a shameful secret of World War Two that could change the history books.

On a holiday in Europe, Ted Oakley becomes innocently entangled in a web of international intrigue when he unknowingly buy a vintage object concealing the stamp.

The work of a Czechoslovakian master engraver in 1940, this solitary stamp suddenly becomes sought after by a Zurich stamp dealer, a Japanese millionaire collector, the Queen’s Deputy Private Secretary, and MI5.

The Stamp seamlessly intertwines fascinating philatelic facts throughout the story, uncovering little-known Second World War historical events, wartime forgeries and key Nazi characters that keeps you in suspense until the very last page. $3.97 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. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Paris Package

The Paris Package
For Stella Bled Lawrence being wealthy and stylish in 1938 is all it’s cracked up to be. She’s blissfully unaware of the rising tensions in Europe even as she travels to Vienna on the eve of the Kristallnacht. As she watches the night’s atrocities, Stella never imagines they will touch her personally but touch her they do. $0.99 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 alone and confronted with a challenge of an unimaginable scope, 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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Free: The Garment Maker’s Daughter

Free: The Garment Maker’s Daughter
In the early 20th century, three immigrants stand aboard a ship sailing into Ellis Island, each with their own dreams about what coming to America will mean for them. Together, they will change one another’s lives in ways no one could imagine. Free on Kindle.

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The Prussian Captain

The Prussian Captain
Based on a true story, spanning half a century, this sweeping tale takes you from upper-class English society to New York, Boston, and the wilds of the Napa Valley. But Edward’s love comes from the most unlikely places—the poverty-stricken streets of Neck End. $0.99 on Kindle.

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Valley of the Kings: The 18th Dynasty

Valley of the Kings: The 18th Dynasty

In the year 1355 BCE, the land of Egypt was the superpower of the known world. King Tut’s father, Akenaten, the so-called ‘heretic pharaoh,’ and his wife, Queen Nefertiti, are on the verge of catapulting Egypt into a revolution that will forever divide its people and rip the most powerful empire on the earth from its foundation. $1.99 on Kindle.

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The Substitute Wife (Brides of Little Creede Book 1)

The Substitute Wife (Brides of Little Creede Book 1)
HARRISON . . .

Once his fortune in silver mining is secured, Harrison Carter finally sends back home for his fiancée. It’s been four years since he’s seen Jenny.

But it’s Retta Pierce, Jenny’s sister, who arrives by stagecoach with young daughter Adeline in tow. When this lovely, soiled dove brings devastating news and a written plea from Jenny to marry and care for Retta and little Addie, what’s a good man to do?

RETTA . . .

Fulfilling her dying sister’s request, Retta travels across dangerous territory to marry a man she barely remembers. But the hard miner who meets her at the stagecoach surely isn’t the same one her sister claimed was kind and honorable, a gentleman who’ll embrace her and her daughter as if they were his own. Has she made a mistake she’ll pay for, the rest of her life?

TWO PEOPLE . . .

Thrown together in shared sorrow, Harrison and Retta struggle to forge a life in the brand-new state of late-nineteenth-century Colorado. $3.99 on Kindle.

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Free: Dis’ Taste

Free: Dis’ Taste

Set in pre-WWI Congo Free State, the story follows two Belgian Colonial officers, Philippe and Augustine and the latter’s wife, Clementine.

The violent environment creates a surreal world where each person attempts to forge a new life for themselves, but eventually descend into an ever darkening world of lost dreams, disillusionment and hatred. At the start, Philippe is brutally and savagely maimed in an attack. The aftermath causes him to deal with an ever-increasing post-traumatic shock, whilst managing a company rubber plantation, using opium as a crutch. Free on Kindle.

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A Man Who Would Be King

A Man Who Would Be King
November 2, 1483. As Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham stands on the scaffold of Salisbury Market Square, accused of high treason, he reflects on his life during the turbulent era of the Wars of the Roses.

After the death of his grandfather, the old Duke, Henry (known as Harry) is sent to the court of the new King Edward IV and placed into the household of his Queen, Elizabeth Woodville. Harry, coming from a rich and noble line, is considered a  “prize catch” for the Woodvilles, and soon he is forced, aged ten, to marry one of the many Woodville girls, causing a burning resentment that lasts a lifetime.

Throughout Harry’s youth at court, he sporadically comes into contact with the King’s younger brother, Richard of Gloucester. Upon

Edward’s death, they form an alliance, which sees the two Dukes secure the young Edward V, uncrowned king, and thwart the Woodvilles, who do not wish for Richard to become Lord Protector of England.

But when Bishop Stillington reveals a dark secret and Edward IV’s children are declared bastards, Harry has other ideas for himself and Richard. Henry Stafford takes upon himself the role of Kingmaker.

Richard of Gloucester is crowned as King Richard III, but despite receiving wealth and lands and offices, Harry is not content. The thought of a crown for himself begins to haunt his waking dreams.

How far will a man go to win a crown? Betrayal, rebellion…murder? $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Masonic Manuscript

The Masonic Manuscript

The Freemasons are in trouble. And once more, Sara Walsh, hero of The Templar Succession, is on the case.

Pennsylvania: A powerful Mason is murdered. And a statue of Benjamin Franklin containing a dark secret is destroyed.

Calgary: At the foot of the Canadian Rockies lies The Compound, an exclusive Masonic Resort. There, beneath a mountain is the Masonic Museum, home to 200 years of Lodge secrets. From the Museum an old manuscript in which is written a story that could destroy the lodge, goes missing.

With nowhere else to turn, Sara Walsh, the world’s foremost Masonic historian is asked to connect these seemingly separate events, return the manuscript and bring the person responsible to justice. $0.99 on Kindle.

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The Guardian of Secrets

The Guardian of Secrets
After fleeing from an abusive husband accused of murder, Celia Merrill becomes embroiled in a Spanish Civil War.

Celia’s two sons march under opposing banners, whilst her twin daughters take different paths; one to the Catholic Church and the other to the battlefields. And in the shadow of war, a sinister villain from the past resurfaces with the sole purpose of destroying the entire family.

“Three generations struggle in a suspenseful family saga, which begins in 1912, in Kent, England, and ends in 1939 in Spain, during the Civil War.” $0.99 on Kindle.

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“Across The Pond” by Michael McCormick


“Across The Pond” by Michael McCormick is the story of a young American who fights for his country during the war in Vietnam, only to be rejected when he comes home. The author based the story on his personal experience as an infantry squad leader who served in combat. Upon his return to the United States, Michael was awarded the Silver Star Medal and the Purple Heart. In the foreword for the book, Ron Kovic, author of “Born On The Fourth of July” wrote, “This little book (novella) grips the reader and does not let go. I believe it will be recognized as one of the important books to come out of the Vietnam war.” $0.99 on Kindle.

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Contact

contact

In “Contact” the author recounts his experiences of two tours in Northern Ireland (in Belfast and Crossmaglen) as a Commander with Britain’s elite Parachute Regiment during the blood soaked 1970’s.  Soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan comment on how relevant the book still is today, as the dangers, political agendas and religious roots underlying the conflict are eerily and heartbreakingly similar to their own recent experiences. Feel what it’s like to live each day with senses on high alert, waiting to be shot by a sniper or blown-up by a well-hidden bomb.  Enter the mind of a soldier ordered to hold the lines in an ancient quarrel they have little affinity for, but whose consequences are deadly.

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