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  • Below Your Feet

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    Can an ordinary life make a hero? How do we see meaning or purpose in what appears as a compilation of routine events but, when examined, reveal pivotal, life-changing moments? Influenced by time, heritage, and those with whom we interact along the ...


  • Passages

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    Set in the early years of the 20th Century, when travel was measured in increments of days and weeks rather than hours and minutes, this epic family saga transports readers across three continents—Europe, Australia, and North America. It chronicles ...


  • White Ash

    the Story of Joaquin by

    A tale built around truth, well seasoned with fiction, in the era from 1929 to 2004, about a man named Jack who was born on a small ranch in the desert canyon country of the southwest to Anglo parents with the light of their dream on the horizon in ...


  • Uncovering Iris

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    Stella, adopted at birth, moves from England to Canada following the death of her adoptive parents and the discovery that her live-in boyfriend is gay. On the plane to Toronto she meets Madeleine, whose offer of help to this young and naïve stranger ...


  • Raja and the Throne of Zurkia

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    Snared by evil … freed by love … When Raja, a peasant in a village outside of a royal manor, is appointed by a young lord, Pavel, to serve in the manor, she quickly meets Hannah, her long-lost cousin, and learns of her real status—Princess and ...


  • Prinz David's Castle

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    Germany, 1939. While Europe braces for the inevitable advancement of the Nazi war machine, Hitler turns his hate-filled agenda on his own people, specifically the portion of the German population least able to defend itself—the mentally and ...


  • The Gatehouse

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    The Gatehouse: A compelling family saga begins with tragedy and loss leading to new beginnings. From his childhood home of Henley Hall in Kent, England, Kenneth Henley and his four children struggle with the death of his wife and their mother ...


  • Steadfast Sword

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    It was called the Steadfast sword. In truth it was never really given a name by its creator. It was a weapon fit for the gods, and yet the gods have never seen it. To the gods the Steadfast sword remains a mystery. What vexes the gods most was that ...


  • KINdred Spirits

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    It is the year 1400, and the Carrington-Grey family is gathered together. On Lady Elena's mind, there is nothing more important than family, or kin. The Countess will protect her own. But as the years progress, her descendants make decisions that ...


  • Man on the Run II

    How to Get Rich by

    Life gives you the choice of love or money, rarely both. George Anderson, a farm boy from Illinois, wants it all. He seeks the other to secure both. His path to success includes the CIA, Columbian drug lords, and run-ins with some of the world’s ...