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The Praying Nun – A Slave Shipwreck Saga (Bargain Book $0.99)

The Praying Nun – A Slave Shipwreck Saga (Bargain Book $0.99)

| September 20, 2017

A story in 2 parts, ‘now’ and ‘then’ — come along on a gripping saga of adventure, intrigue and discovery of a shipwreck that has no identity; until 30 years pass and the Smithsonian fills in the missing pieces — then leap back two centuries to witness a tale of disturbing brutality and exhilarating human […]

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The Templar Shroud

The Templar Shroud

| September 16, 2017

The few Templar survivors of the fall of Acre retreat to Cyprus, shattered in mind and body. Their painful recovery is broken by a strange summons from the mountains far to the north. Salvatore and the Mason, both damaged in their own way, make their way to the heart of Europe to confront a situation […]

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Return Not Desired

Return Not Desired

| September 16, 2017

Rare is the memoir that reaches past the boundaries of the author’s own mind and connects readers with the mind of the past. Church’s second offering does so with delicate flashes of poignancy, bolstered by vivid images of haunted places and forgotten people. In these pages the often distant and inaccessible dreamscape of the Holocaust […]

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A Walk in Brambles and Other Short Stories

A Walk in Brambles and Other Short Stories

| September 13, 2017

Prepare yourself for four thrilling short stories set in the distant past and the far flung future. In his first volume of short stories the author brings to life the sights and sounds of four very different cultures, examining how various people and events can influence our lives. In ‘A walk in the Brambles’ Young […]

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9/11 and the World Today

9/11 and the World Today

| September 11, 2017

An Insider’s View: Restoring Individual Freedom and Liberty What has happened to our world? Despite once being the beacon of freedom and hope, America has slowly withered into a nation of corrupt character and chaos, a nation the Founding Fathers would hardly recognize. Politicians fight like petty children calling each other names and fail to […]

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Feather of Hawk – Rebellion

Feather of Hawk – Rebellion

| September 9, 2017

ONE MAN AGAINST THE MIGHT OF ROME. Ancient Scotland. Two thousand years ago. A land ravaged by Roman invaders. One man would defy the might of the Empire. His name was Calach the Swordsman. His hatred was forged from love …avenged with blood.   A WAR NOVEL ABOUT SCOTLAND’S FORGOTTEN LEGEND ‘Feather of Hawk – […]

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Dash for Dunkirk

Dash for Dunkirk

| August 29, 2017

No man is an island… and no man is left behind. May 1940: Royal Air Force pilot Harry Fitzgerald is one of millions of heroic Allied troops fighting against Nazi Germany. In the pitched heat of battle over the skies of Northern France, Fitzgerald is shot down by an enemy plane and captured. Miraculously, he […]

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The Nero Prediction

The Nero Prediction

| August 25, 2017

It is a time when Rome rules the world and astrologers rule Rome with their eerie doctrine that is part astronomy, part superstition and all powerful. It is 48 AD and the Romans are searching the Museum of Alexandria for a sixteen-year-old who, according to court astrologers, is destined to play a fateful role in […]

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Electrifying America: From Thomas Edison to Climate Change

Electrifying America: From Thomas Edison to Climate Change

| August 21, 2017

On September 4, 1882, Thomas Edison flipped a switch and illuminated an office building in New York’s financial district for the first time. But before Edison could achieve his goal of “lighting the world” he was challenged by George Westinghouse and his alternating current system. The ensuing War of the Electric Currents played out before […]

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Forgotten Liberty

Forgotten Liberty

| August 21, 2017

“A thrilling journey of survival and hardship.” “Alessio has developed a fictional world which is truly imaginable…” A worldly couple find themselves laboured with the task of smuggling an escapee child soldier through the raider infested land of Autark. While Frank is reluctant, he soon discovers that the boy’s life may be worth more than […]

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