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Doctor Margaret’s Sea Chest

Doctor Margaret’s Sea Chest

| July 11, 2018

“Doctor Margaret’s Sea Chest” is Book I of a series covering India’s struggle for freedom from the British Raj. American Doctor Margaret’s sea chest is discovered in a hospital in Delhi. The coffer contains her diaries and other artifacts. Margaret, despite facing tremendous obstacles, is one of the first American women doctors to graduate in […]

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When the War is Over

When the War is Over

| July 5, 2018

A losing battle. A reluctant soldier. One boy’s promise to survive. Germany, 1945. Ever since Anton Kohler first heard the vibrant sound of the violin, he’s dreamed of mastering the instrument. But when his father dies, the fifteen-year-old must give up his passion to support his seven younger siblings. As the Russian army marches closer […]

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Chinawoman’s Chance

Chinawoman’s Chance

| July 5, 2018

“Chinawoman’s Chance is an engaging mystery with a historically informative feminist bent.”  Foreword Clarion Reviews Note:  Get a free copy of Forevermore, the international award-winning mystery at any online eBook retailer.  Audiobook is also available to accompany your eBook. Before there was #metoo there was Clara Shortridge Foltz. She fought for and gained women’s rights before women […]

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Rebecca Stubbs: The Vicar’s Daughter

Rebecca Stubbs: The Vicar’s Daughter

| July 3, 2018

Rebecca Stubbs, the beloved daughter of a conscientious village vicar in Victorian England, has always enjoyed a sheltered, idyllic childhood. Her parents work tirelessly for their small farm community, aiding both the church and the poor. When an unexpected outbreak of fever rages through the town, Rebecca must face growing up alone. As she matures […]

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How The Movies Were Invented

How The Movies Were Invented

| June 30, 2018

Amazing Inventions That Changed The World: How The Movies Were invented “In 1872, before cell phones and cars, When life was much simpler and slower than ours, Something amazing and special began, Thanks to the wealth of a powerful man. Movies and films weren’t invented quite yet, Until Leland Stanford made quite a strange bet.” […]

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AMIA- An Ongoing Crime

AMIA- An Ongoing Crime

| June 26, 2018

On July 18, 1994 the AMIA building in Buenos Aires was decimated by an explosion that killed 85 people and injured over 400 more. This terrorist attack was made against Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina, the most influential Jewish philanthropic organization in Argentina. Appearances are often deceiving, and while it appeared that the Argentine government was […]

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Rescued

Rescued

| June 22, 2018

This short story is an introduction to George Mitchell, and is a preface to further stories featuring this compelling character. World War Two is bringing new challenges for Britain, her men and women in uniform, and her citizens. The feeling of defeat by many, and the fear of invasion, is very real. George Mitchell, a […]

The Birds of America

The Birds of America

| June 9, 2018

The Birds of America is a book by naturalist and painter John James Audubon, containing illustrations of a wide variety of birds of the United States. It was first published as a series in sections between 1827 and 1838, in Edinburgh and London. The work consists of hand-coloured, life-size prints, made from engraved plates, measuring […]

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The McTavish Regressions: Arabesque: Volume 1

The McTavish Regressions: Arabesque: Volume 1

| June 8, 2018

Past life regressionist Dr. Wallace McTavish leads a simple life but appearances can be deceiving. In addition to being a brilliant, successful psychologist, McTavish is also a self-healed man, and his funky Brooklyn, NY home doubles as an office, where he investigates past-life crimes and passions. Twenty-four year-old Laura Tsvetkovsky has long experienced such passion. […]

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The Evolution of the Picts

The Evolution of the Picts

| June 7, 2018

This book, also known as the evolution of the Pictish Legend, follows on from the “History of the Scots, Picts and Britons”, but has been written, and can be read, independently of the previous work. It has more substantial research and provides documented contemporary proof of the location of the Picts, Scots and Britons in […]

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