Tag: historical fiction

The Crest

The Crest

| December 13, 2018

In the fall of 1914, Gerhard Lange excitedly receives orders from the Kaiserliche Deutsche Armee. He and his best friend, Otto Schmidt, are to join Germany’s battle with France. The young men quickly learn that there is no glory in war. At the end of World War I, Gerhard and Otto return home broken men, […]

The Walls of Lucca

The Walls of Lucca

| November 25, 2018

Can love be found in the ruins of war? Find out in this thrilling and inspirational story of hope, redemption and the power of forgiveness in a broken world. An enchanting debut novel by Steve Physioc As Italy tries to heal from the shocks of World War I, one young woman brings together a number […]

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The Isaac Question

The Isaac Question

| November 18, 2018

While rooting around in the mysterious stone chambers of New England, historian Cameron Thorne and his fiancée Amanda Spencer-Gunn stumble upon a reinterpretation of the Biblical passage calling on Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. It is a revelation—long suppressed by the medieval Knights Templar—that threatens to destabilize the Middle East forever. It is also […]

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Rooks of the Raven

Rooks of the Raven

| November 6, 2018

.Fans of 12 Years a Slave or Roots will love the gripping novel that is Rooks of the Raven Unravel a dark past that is slavery. Rooks will leave you chilling with awe, sorrow, admiration. Young teen fights her way through a life in chains. Abel finds comfort in a local boy and they become […]

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A Girl’s Best Friend

A Girl’s Best Friend

| October 16, 2018

Freelance writer Retta Delaney thinks she finally has it all: her dream job at Popular Magazine, a home of her own—well, hers and the bank’s—and a sexy new neighbor, commercial artist Sam Parnetti. But their budding attraction is complicated when a fortune turns up via the mailman. Delivery of that small packet sets a terrifying […]

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The Gospel According to Yeshua’s Cat

The Gospel According to Yeshua’s Cat

| October 12, 2018

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 cat’s […]

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A Cat Out of Egypt: The Prequel to Yeshua’s Cat

A Cat Out of Egypt: The Prequel to Yeshua’s Cat

| October 12, 2018

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)

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

| October 12, 2018

“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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Pianist in a Bordello

Pianist in a Bordello

| October 6, 2018

Pianist in a Bordello What would happen if a politician decided to tell the truth—the whole truth? Richard Youngblood, aspiring Congressman, is about to find out. He’s running on a platform of honesty and transparency—and against the advice of his friends and advisers he’s decided to start with himself. His autobiography will lay his entire […]

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The Game Called Revolution

The Game Called Revolution

| September 18, 2018

Taking place during a French Revolution that is familiar yet very different, this steam-powered story depicts the adventures of the Ordre de la Tradition, a group of elite knights and other exceptionally talented individuals, led by the cool and confident Jeanne de Fleur, who answer only to His Majesty, King Louis XVI. On July 14, […]

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