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  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • The Blue Box

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    Life is fragile, and when it changes without warning, people are changed as well, sometimes irreparably. When circumstances outside our control reshape our lives, who we are and who we have the capacity to become are put to the test. With clarity ...


  • Wind, Gravel and Ice

    Memoir of my Opa as a Canadian Soldier in Iceland during the Second World War by

    When Christina discovers her Grandfather’s diary years after his death, she is surprised to learn he had been stationed in Iceland as a young Canadian soldier in the early days of the Second World War. Intrigued, she sets out on a decade long ...


  • The Hat Box

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    In the wake of her father’s death, Katherine decides to volunteer at a nursing home. There she meets Hanna, a charming elderly woman with painful secrets, stored in an old hat box. Little by little, as their friendship progresses, Hanna’s story ...


  • From Promise to Peril

    A Family Saga by

    The upwardly mobile Landesburg family sells off their modest German dairy farm to seek financial success in early-twentieth century Berlin, where their son Sigmund eventually graduates from a prestigious medical school. Sigmund’s medical practice ...


  • Ridley's War

    When a War Ends the Killing Doesn't Always Stop by

    When Detective George Ridley accompanies his war-vet father Bert to the countryside for a military reunion marking D-Day, he doesn’t expect to become entwined in a murder investigation and an Italian art theft scandal from World War II. But after ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...