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  • The Summer of the Train

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    Welcome to Spring Cove, a picturesque village with New England charm, rambling farms, sheds, front porches, gardens, clothes lines, flocks of chickens, and party lines. This story transports the reader to the MacWilliams farm and allows the reader ...


  • Nine Lives of Kaz

    An extraordinary survival story of two Polish families’ deadly journey from Siberia to freedom, during World War II by

    An extraordinary survival story of two families’ journey to freedom during World War II. When you hear about how Stalin tormented hundreds of thousands of people and the devastating stories throughout his overwhelming existence, you wonder how any ...


  • Through Woods on Water

    Étienne Brûlé in New France by

    “Through Woods on Water” is a novel, an historic fiction: the life of Étienne Brûlé “as it might have been.” Set in the first decades of the 17th century, it is a coming of age story, a clash of cultures, a saga of exploration and adventure that ...


  • With love, Emily

    Volume 1 by

    Sent to Saskatchewan, Canada by her over-bearing Mother-in-law, Emily and her new husband, Paul, find themselves in a hostile environment. Not only is the countryside vastly different from the soft rolling hills of middle England but the atmosphere ...


  • Ofia Became Home

    A novel based on the true story of displaced Igbere people by

    “Ala Igbere ejegh ekwo.” (The Igbere land will shield.) —Igbere saying On March 30, 1969, the Nigerian army overran Igbere, one of a handful of Biafran communities still free after two years of the Nigeria-Biafra War. A sudden murderous invasion ...


  • Twice Fathered, Fatherless

    The Gwennan Mosaic Series Book Two by

    It is 1605AD. Tom, five years old, lives in Wales. The only father he knows is Ivor Davis, a fisherman. His true father is Ralph Maddox, a naval captain far away. This sequel to 'The Phoenician Symbol' follows Tom’s journey to manhood. As an ...


  • The Crooked Timbers

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    The year is 1940. England is at war with Germany, and its bustling capital is terrorized nightly by bomb raids. But for Montreal Gazette crime reporter Jeremy Wilde, the opportunity to work in London as a foreign correspondent is thrilling, and his ...


  • A Canon's Tale

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    It was a time of faith. Men believed. To the chosen few, the Christian God spoke directly and laid out His wishes and orders. But He sometimes changed His mind. Or perhaps His messages were not understood. The year is 1135 in the town of Arles in ...


  • Honour

    A Story of the Blackfoot by

    Honour was more important than life itself. For a Blackfoot boy to gain honour, he needed to be successful in warfare. The raiding parties and horse stealing were their way of life. Unable to participate in such pursuits, Sun Shines on Him feels ...


  • Rhubarb, Strawberries, and Willows

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    Hurtling up Highway 69 toward Sudbury in her VW bug, Kate Dumont Walker decides she’s going to keep her baby. After all, it’s the 1980s. That is, until she is unexpectedly plunged 100 years into the past, without her Amelia, to the early days of her ...