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  • Heart Stones

    A Ukrainian Immigration Story of Love and Hope by

    In 1914, a young Ukrainian family faces an uncertain future. With growing political unrest in the region, they are forced to make a difficult decision between remaining in their beloved homeland or reaching for a better life across the cold ...


  • Lightcaster

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    When Navy SEAL Hunter Carmichael dies on Earth, he is immediately transported into the afterlife, a violent realm where an eternal war is raging between two powerful gods. After their brutal conflict wiped out every other species, the gods are now ...


  • The Phantom Empire

    II Devistor by

    “Ladies and gentlemen,” the Lataran president began grimly, eyes scanning the room, “we thank you for making time in your busy schedules to come here. Alarus and I are jointly hosting this urgent meeting. We want to make it clear from the outset ...


  • The Buried City

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    In the fae country of Jesuvia, Reyna, the feisty daughter of a war general, has been charged with burning down a temple. Her punishment is to live with and serve the ancient, eccentric faeries in the ghostly Buried City. She slowly grows close to ...


  • My Friend, My Enemy

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    They spent their childhood summers together near the Caspian Sea, but Nadezhda and Alla lost touch, and it was only twenty years later that Fate re-united them. By then, Alla had suffered a devastating loss of her family in the Russia-Chechnya war, ...


  • Finding Home

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    Jack K. Mahon II, born and raised in a small farm town in Texas, has heard a stirring voice calling to him since childhood. Surrounded by strong women, Jack is attuned to deeper emotions with a quiet dignity and free spirit. His path leads him from ...


  • The Soldier and the Orphan

    Separated by Church and War by

    In twentieth-century England, many working-class people were victims of values and circumstances not of their own making. They were people to whom things were done to, not for. Billy and Tommy Jones and their mother, Mary, were such people. The boys ...


  • Operation Serpent

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    Spencer Cook is a typical, fun-loving teenager . . . until a senseless act turns his life upside down: a bomb explodes and leaves his father clinging to life, permanently paralyzed. Hurt, confused, and angry, Spencer joins the military to fight ...


  • Sonnish

    . . . Whispers Through Time by

    Sitting beneath a willow tree, Beth is visited by the otherworldly essence of her maternal grandmother, Milly, a woman she had neither liked nor considered in many years. The visitation triggers a journey of research into a life she had not ...


  • Boy Soldiers

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    Boy Soldiers is a coming-of-age story about friendship, commitment, and following in the footsteps of the generations before us. Initially set in rural North Bay, Ontario, home of the Canadian Armed Forces Algonquin Regiment, the story follows a ...