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  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • Gone for Doctors

    A novel of the life and career of a Canadian physician by

    The author has seven published novels. His enduring interest in Canadian Army history is based on having attended the McGill medical school through the Regular Officer Training Program which required three summers of basic and field training ...


  • Calling All Stations

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    The Great War is over, but twelve-year-old Edward Hawkins's war has just begun. Imprisoned on a remote Scottish lighthouse by his veteran father, his only windows to the world a wireless set and a tattered copy of Treasure Island, he dreams of ...


  • The Secret of Bell Island

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    When Matt McCarty travels five thousand miles to Newfoundland, his only intention is to put the ghosts of his past to rest along with his estranged, recently deceased alcoholic father. Instead, he will be drawn into danger and the adventure of a ...