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  • Dance of the Deadmen

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    Self-styled arctic outdoorsman, John Hornby had already compromised his abilities to survive in the tundra through several incidents of near starvation, and by injuries suffered as a soldier in World War I. He had openly admitted to peers that “he ...


  • Spoiled Heritage

    The Manitobans by

    It is 1882 in a French-Canadian village south of Winnipeg, and Justine Bélanger has had her first taste of love at sixteen. After a stolen kiss in the churchyard with her handsome older cousin, Adrien Larence, she dreams of a future with him. But ...


  • Celtic Knot

    A Clara Swift Tale by

    1868 Ottawa D’Arcy McGee is assassinated. As John A. Macdonald cradles his friend’s bloody head, he blames transplanted Irish terrorists: the Fenian Brotherhood. Within a day, Patrick James Whelan is arrested. After a show trial, Whelan is ...


  • Caves of Trolan

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    When Captain Irid Tragar’s merchant ship gets caught in a storm, he comes across a mysterious uncharted island. While circumnavigating, he discovers a towering black castle nestled high above in the cliffs and reports his findings to his superior in ...


  • A Million Lives

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    What if we remembered who we really are? As humans, we always judge what we perceive as being different or wrong. But what would happen if we went through time, living lives as different people and remembering everything we ever experienced? Would ...


  • The Ladders of Death

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    THE LADDERS OF DEATH is a compelling historical novel that’s as much a call to action against apathy as it is a portrait of people trying to determine how they’ll react to the atrocities of World War II. Jenny a Canadian law student and Paul a ...


  • Journey Unknown

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    On the beautiful island of Mykonos, in the days of Ancient Greece, Teraditus, now an old man, lives a life of peace and simplicity. However, great mystery lies behind his eyes, with untold stories and thrilling adventures. As his family members ...


  • Between These Walls

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    May 1945 In the dying days of WW II on the American occupied side of Germany’s Elbe River, US Army Medical Corps Colonel Samuel Singer comes upon the shot-up wreck of a smouldering SS Staff car, with a badly injured driver, nearby a dead German ...


  • A People at the Source of a River

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    In 1933, a young Jewish family leaves an increasingly tense Germany for New York. Eager to make a place for his family in America, Henrich Schwartz purchases a large acreage in Washington State with plans to plant an apple orchard. With his wife, ...


  • Surviving The Deadly Upheaval

    A historical novel based on true stories of many people having endured the great forgotten expulsion by

    This gripping post-World War 2 story takes place in Czechoslovakia after Germany’s surrender in May 1945. One family’s unyielding endurance and determination tells, in uncompromising detail, of the reality and aftermath of government-sanctioned ...