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Hard to Starboard

Hard to Starboard

| April 24, 2019

The whores of Port Royal have reformed… Into a crew of pirates! Patrick Thorn has spent the past twelve years dreaming of the day she could return to the sea. Now that day has finally arrived and she’s taking the whores of Port Royal with her. Given a little luck, they might even become the […]

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Harbinger

Harbinger

| April 14, 2019

London burns after disaster at the Tower. Paris starves from a harvest left untouched in the fields. Wales stirs with rebellion on both sides. In the far north, an expedition to recover Templar treasure is frustrated, and the woman leading it rallies her comrades to overcome failure at any cost. With barely a moment for […]

The Unnamed Warrior

The Unnamed Warrior

| April 1, 2019

Valhalla: Where the Valkyries rule and women decide the fates of mortal men. Destined to always bring about the destruction of men, the Valkyries are tasked with gathering the ultimate army against the war they are destined to never win: Ragnarok.  But could one of these fierce women find love among the horrors of war?  […]

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Dinosaurs 101: What Everyone Should Know about Dinosaur Anatomy, Ecology, Evolution, and More

Dinosaurs 101: What Everyone Should Know about Dinosaur Anatomy, Ecology, Evolution, and More

| March 26, 2019

DINOSAURS 101 is your one-stop source for everything you should know about dinosaurs and paleontology. Authored by world-renowned paleontologists, this book masterfully breaks down the otherwise complex world of dinosaurs and paleontology into well-organized and easy to understand language, concepts, and lessons. Further facilitating the reader’s knowledge of dinosaurs and paleontology, this book also includes […]

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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 […]