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My Family’s Survival

My Family’s Survival

| March 20, 2019

For the Shwartz family, survival was the only option. Their will to live, and a bit a luck, kept the family safe during the Holocaust, bringing them across Eastern Europe all the way to Israel. In 1937, the Shwartz family lived a calm life in their small village in Poland. Fifteen-year-old Rachel liked to sing […]

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Through A Woman’s Eyes

Through A Woman’s Eyes

| March 20, 2019

Approaching the end of her life, Eliza sits alone in a European hotel room with no regrets about the decision that led her to where she is today. Indulging in the glorious and sometimes-painful memories of her past she revisits her journey in London with Alice, the love of her life, remembering the Second World […]

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The Breath of the Zephyr

The Breath of the Zephyr

| March 19, 2019

Previously published as “White Phantom City”, “The Breath of the Zephyr” is a re-working of the story with a few changes and twists. It is a historical/supernatural crime thriller set partly in England between 1936 and 1956, and in the Venice of the seventeen hundreds. It centres around a young evacuee, Eleanor White, and her […]

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Houdini vs. Rasputin

Houdini vs. Rasputin

| March 16, 2019

While performing before Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, the world’s greatest escape artist Harry Houdini becomes pitted against a formidable foe: Rasputin. A powerful mystic, Rasputin has made puppets of the Tsar and his wife Alexandra. To save the nation from ruin, a small band of patriots recruits Houdini to expose the imperial “spiritual advisor” […]

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Sisters in the West

Sisters in the West

| March 16, 2019

Claire and Nellie Preston are sisters; but that’s about all they have in common! Claire, a regal disciplinarian, has always kept watch over sweet-and-innocent Nellie. So Nellie decides to move to West Peaks, Alberta, all Claire can do is follow…and try her best to keep Nellie out of trouble! Then a handsome cowboy comes into […]

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1918

1918

| March 13, 2019

“And yet, despite the bedlam, the incomparable scenes of joy, there were many solemn scenes. Sober garbed women, whose husbands and sons would never return, stood on the curb, a strange mingling of emotions stirring in them. Old men saw the hand of God in the demonstration, and from hospital cots of pain bed-ridden soldiers […]

The Pinchbeck Peer: Book One

The Pinchbeck Peer: Book One

| March 7, 2019

Set in 1780, Fabius is a callow undergraduate when the family falls onto hard times – relatively speaking. He is forced out of Cambridge and becomes a Militia officer on a tiny allowance. While serving he dabbles in pugilism and shows himself handy with his fists and is well-liked. The mess of any Militia battalion […]

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The Captains of Legend

The Captains of Legend

| February 28, 2019

Meena is a young lady on the verge of adulthood, like her friends she dreams of living life to its fullest. But she is also the Princess, sole heir to her father’s kingdom.Her best and oldest friend, Holasiyan, has grown up with her in the Saffron Palace. Under the eyes of all around them their […]

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Mercy’s Promise

Mercy’s Promise

| February 27, 2019

   Glenn Ward needs a miracle. His wife is dying and leaving behind twin newborn sons. He returns from the war a changed man. Guilt stains his soul, and anger is growing in his heart.   Anika Coltrane needs a miracle of her own. After burying her husband and newborn daughter on the same day, […]

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The Geyser Girl of Yellowstone Park

The Geyser Girl of Yellowstone Park

| February 20, 2019

In Yellowstone National Park, at the beginning of the twentieth century, a girl of mysterious origins is adopted from infancy by Old Faithful geyser, and by a mother buffalo named Bearer of Song. Beloved to all the park, Flower of the Steam Basin grows up with their stories, proverbial sayings and teachings. In time, having […]

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