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  • Angels in Swollen Crises

    Stepmother by

    In November of 1991, with the Nile in flood, a breakaway faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) led by Riek Machar killed approximately 2,000 Dinka civilians in the southern Sudanese state of Jonglei in what would become known as the ...


  • The Broken Silence

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    At a time in history when fear of ‘the other’ has become commonplace, The Broken Silence is a timely book that shows a glimpse in the timeline of how Islam has been marginalized in society. It examines the impacts of economic sanctions on vulnerable ...


  • Tales From The Millinery Shop

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    Tales From The Millinery Shop is an anthology that relates the experiences of women who work in a shop for the design and creation of women’s hats. The era is 1897 – 1924. The shop is in Schuylerville, New York. Schuylerville is eleven miles east ...


  • The Big Nickel

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    In the first volume of his autobiographical history Colin Clay shared the events of his early life from 1932-1952 as a schoolboy near London, England before and during the second world war and later as a soldier in the Korean war. His second volume, ...


  • Train for Thought

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    This is the fourth volume in Colin Clay's autobiographical series which tells of the seven years the Clay family enjoyed living in the town of Capreol, a railway community just a short distance from Sudbury, Ontario. Colin had served pastorally and ...


  • The Man at Thetis Cove

    An Historical Novel set in Esquimalt by

    War Two now six years past. A worldwide ideological conflict between communism and capitalism has spawned war in Korea. Civil Defence preparations are rapidly pushing forward in Esquimalt and Victoria, with added measures in the event of a nuclear ...


  • Chrysalis

    Carpathian Liberty by

    This book does not claim absolute truths, but it speaks for those who can no longer speak for themselves by the histories they witnessed, wrote about, and which defined their ancestors and descendants, including the most powerful woman that ever ...


  • Weddings Around the World One:

    Sikh Weddings by

    As the new generations of Sikhs are born and raised outside India, the significance and meanings behind the historically rich Punjabi wedding customs and the Sikh wedding ceremonies are being lost because they are not being passed down. Weddings ...


  • The Winds of Fortress Kula

    The Journey of a Young Woman from Captivity to Freedom (1946-1947) by

    Five young siblings—three sisters and two brothers—face death by exhaustion, starvation or epidemics in post-World War II Yugoslavia. As ethnic Germans living there, the family had been arrested and their property confiscated by the ...


  • The Hero of Mississippi Burning

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    1964 was the height of the Civil Rights and Wrongs Movement, and America was in turmoil. I was eight years old and visiting the town of Philadelphia, Mississippi for a family reunion. This story is about something I have remembered from that time, ...