Tag: historical fiction

The Gospel According to Yeshua’s Cat (Bargain Book $0.99)

The Gospel According to Yeshua’s Cat (Bargain Book $0.99)

| May 20, 2017

The Gospel According to Yeshua’s Cat What if a cat told the story of Jesus of Nazareth?  ?? Maybe you’d listen. Cats don’t often share their thoughts. What if a cat’s memories preserved a picture of Jesus lost by the early church long ago in its struggles to survive? You’d find no dogma, only a […]

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A Cat Out of Egypt: The Prequel to Yeshua’s Cat (Bargain Book $0.99)

A Cat Out of Egypt: The Prequel to Yeshua’s Cat (Bargain Book $0.99)

| May 20, 2017

A Cat Out of Egypt: The Prequel to Yeshua’s Cat “On a cold winter’s night when the heavens almost seemed to reach down and touch the Earth, a child was born in a stable . . . and many miles away, as her last kitten struggled into the world, the Great Cat Who Is Bast […]

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The Cats of Rekem: The Sequel to Yeshua’s Cat (Yeshua’s Cats Book 3) (Bargain Book $0.99)

The Cats of Rekem: The Sequel to Yeshua’s Cat (Yeshua’s Cats Book 3) (Bargain Book $0.99)

| May 20, 2017

“We are the cats of Rekem, descended from the sacred cats of the Egyptian temple of Bast . . . gathered here to honor Yeshua ben Yosef, friend of cats—He Who Brings Life to the Earth . . .” The Cats of Rekem opens in the fabled city of Rekem (Petra, Jordan), capital of ancient […]

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Hungry for Life

Hungry for Life

| May 18, 2017

The uplifting story of one Irish family’s struggle to survive when the potato crop failed in 1846. Faced with starvation, farmer Joseph McLaughlin takes the heart-breaking decision to divide his family, and send his two young daughters to America. With heavy hearts, Kit and Maeve leave their home in Ballygall, refugees seeking a safe haven […]

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Devil in the Countryside

Devil in the Countryside

| May 9, 2017

Devil in the Countryside is a story about the most famous werewolf investigation in history, brimming with intrigue and war, love and betrayal, and long-kept vendettas. It’s 1588, the height of the Reformation, and a killer is terrorizing the German countryside. There are reports that the legendary Werewolf of Bedburg has returned to a once-peaceful […]

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The Forebear’s Candle

The Forebear’s Candle

| May 5, 2017

It’s 1976, and hippie student Colin and his new girlfriend, Kate, begin their life together during that heatwave summer. But something—or someone—intrudes into Colin’s mind and won’t go away. It leads them to unwind an extraordinary tale, taking them back to events some 500 years ago, to Jusuf, Rodrigo and Gwenna. Who are they, though, […]

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World’s first Frogmen in the war’s biggest feats: The raid on Alexandria

World’s first Frogmen in the war’s biggest feats: The raid on Alexandria

| May 2, 2017

This is the british “Pearl Harbour” as their naval base recieved a deadly strike by a new kind of a warfare. The modern 2000s special operation forces has their roots from this special operation: The raid on Alexandria. This is the tale of how axis commanders from villages in Italy snoke up on the mighty […]

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The Original Pink Collar Workers

The Original Pink Collar Workers

| March 1, 2017

What is it like for a woman to do a man’s work, and do it better? That’s what the first pink collar workers had to learn when they set down their skillets and aprons to pick up welding torches, hammers or rivet guns while the men fought to keep this country free during World War […]

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The Original Pink Collar Workers

The Original Pink Collar Workers

| February 26, 2017

What is it like for a woman to do a man’s work, and do it better? That’s what the first pink collar workers had to learn when they set down their skillets and aprons to pick up welding torches, hammers or rivet guns while the men fought to keep this country free during World War […]

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The 9/11 Machine

The 9/11 Machine

| December 27, 2016

Dr. Donald Ellis lost everything on 9/11. He lost his wife and daughter in the south tower of the World Trade Center. But while others grieved, or plotted revenge, Dr. Ellis threw himself into a long-dormant research project. He traded his lab at the University of New York for an ugly riverfront warehouse in Brooklyn. […]

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