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  • An Unfound Door

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    In An Unfound Door, Gabe evolves from a shy, sickly loner to a thoughtful, empathetic young man as he makes his way through the turbulence of 1960s America, beginning a quest to understand the purpose of his existence and the mystery of his ...


  • Whispering Tree of the Forest

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    When ambitious young Clancy Calhoun leaves his small town in Ireland to start a new life in West Virginia, his world collides with the beautiful and mysterious Rowan O’Reilly aboard the ship to America. Banished from her hometown by a priest and ...


  • Heart Shots

    A Vietnam War Veteran’s Troubled Heart by

    When Damon Lee Lane joins the US Marine Corps with two of his friends, he’s not quite sure what the future holds. Thrust into the middle of the Vietnam War, he must use his wits and courage so that he and his fellow Marines survive. But there is ...


  • 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 ...


  • The Deadly Five

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    It is 1858 and thousands of gold seekers are descending on the west coast of British Columbia to seek their fortunes in the gold rush. The new British colony becomes a hive of activity where Americans, Canadians, and the indigenous people of the ...


  • Cherry Hill Farm

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    It's 1809, and Shannon and Daniel Healy are about to embark on their new life in the New World with their many friends and family after a turbulent voyage across the Atlantic Ocean from their Irish homeland. Their adventure begins as their ship ...


  • When The Sky Was No Longer Blue

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    A work of fiction drawn from true events, When the Sky Was No Longer Blue is a shattering account of three generations' response to one of humanity’s most devastating crimes, a tale of unspeakable terror that culminates in a universal message and an ...


  • SkyView

    Lord of the Wills by

    A unique perspective on history and time, SkyView draws readers into a seven-hundred-year struggle between good and evil. Eight family lines are on a quest to discover and control the family’s centuries-old accumulation of wealth. William Ward, the ...


  • Worlds Apart

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    Captain Earl Yeaton, once a penniless physician, has spent the better part of his adult life rebuilding his family fortune by running a lucrative trading business aboard his Yankee Clipper, Maine Bride. Earl has friends all over the world and ...


  • 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 ...