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  • 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 ...


  • Outside The Circle

    A Sequel by

    The Atkinson family is back with a sequel to Golden Ribbons covering post World War One to 1923. Todd and Rachael, now in their late twenties, see their future within a society of changed social norms. Todd, in his role of healer to the injured and ...


  • Promised Land

    Love and Hate by

    Promised Land recounts the fortunes and misfortunes of the fictional Buechler family as they struggle to build a life and a home in a new world. The story follows the family and their community through a tumultuous adolescence to maturity during the ...


  • Sundog

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    When two German fighter pilots are flung into the terrible siege of Stalingrad during the Second World War, they discover that the conflict in the air is as fierce as in the frozen streets below. These young men must somehow survive long enough to ...


  • Of Love & Of Betrayal

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    In 1167, a German nun named Hildegard, has seven troubling visions of the end times. In 1958, the new pope, John XXIII, begins his reign and must decide how to make his church relevant in a rapidly changing and increasingly dangerous world of the ...


  • Thirteen Stones

    Once in a New Moon, Part Two by

    When Graham Michelsen pulled up stakes that spring and moved his wife Emily and daughter Lois to a brand-new model satellite community called Centrewood, he believed that its unique town plan based on his ideal form, the Circle, would ensure a life ...


  • Brain Muffins & Dream Puffs

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    When I was young, my mother used to read bedtime stories to me, such as: Last of the Mohicans, the Deerslayer, Kidnapped, Treasure Island, Mody Dick, and my all-time favorite, - The Red Badge of Courage. “When God Whistled Dixie” is officially my ...


  • Sister B

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    The history of Mississippi prompts a young African American mother to leave that state and seek a better life out west. In 1939, while traveling by train from California to Oregon, she encounters a Japanese photographer whose photos are used to plan ...


  • The Messiah of Smyrna

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    In the 17th century, Shabtai Zvi was a name to reckon with. A man of strong passions and mesmerizing personality, he convinced many that he was the Jewish Messiah. But his thirst for power - his conviction that anything he wanted could be his - was ...