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  • Song for the Widowmaker

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    Times were tough for unemployed men in Scotland in 1895. William Fraser travels to Dundee to find work and, he hopes, love. Independent working women dominate Dundee’s factories, and jute spinner Mary Coyle is one of them. The attraction is ...


  • Lighting the Fiery Cross

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    This historical novel, although fictional, is based on true events. From 1915 to 1920, the United States was challenged by a societal struggle to maintain traditional values while simultaneously embracing modernism. The introduction of ...


  • Rock

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    The West in the late 1880s was more than outlaws and cattle rustlers. It was a place and time of economic growth, scientific discoveries and inventions, and unregulated and often unethical business practices by corporations determined to stake out a ...


  • The War Never Ended

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    Christian Wolff, an Austrian officer during World War I, returns home to Vienna a broken man. His marriage falls apart, he becomes an alcoholic and drug addict. He becomes friends with a fellow officer, Alfred, who was treated by Dr. Ernst Simmel, ...


  • Alva's Redemption

    Forsaken, Forgiven, Freed by

    Alva is furious. She is being banished because she almost had her beloved foster brother, Torben, and his future bride, Eislyn, murdered. Now she is condemned, by her family, to live as a widower’s new wife high in the mountains for the rest of her ...


  • Flying Through the Ashes

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    Is there such a thing as “someone else’s” war? Or are we all affected by the actions of others, both from the past and the present, and even those far away? Flying Through the Ashes follows the story of two women, a mother and her daughter, and ...


  • For the Money and the Fun

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    This is life below decks—as far below decks as one can go in a corvette. During the height of WWII, Ike walks into HMCS Chippawa (Winnipeg) to enlist in the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. He joins up with romantic notions of rising through ...


  • Harvest of Fear

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    Harvest of Fear is a gripping historical novel that brings to life a family, a farm, and a racial war – in Africa. Johan Steenkamp brings ardent, impetuous Marie home to his flourishing farm in Rhodesia. There is a leopard roaming the bush and, ...


  • Anna's Tree

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    It’s 1941, near the town of Southampton, Ontario, and five young sisters are reeling from an accident that killed their mother and severely injured their father. With help from their aunt, the sisters strive to keep the family farm operating as ...


  • Jackie 'Darling'

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    When it comes to black gold in Oil Springs and Petrolia, Jack has seen it all. So, when the opportunity affords itself to share his tale of fortune and fame … sorry, his role in the mid-1800's discovery of oil in Canada and the subsequent black gold ...