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  • Searching for Nora: After the Doll's House

    by Wendy Swallow
    Searching for Nora answers the question that audiences of Henrik Ibsen's play A Doll's House have asked for decades: What happens to Nora Helmer, Ibsen's protagonist, after she walks out on her husband and young children at the end of Ibsen's play? Guided by the realities of Nora's time and close study of Ibsen's celebrated character, author Wendy Swallow sends Nora on a journey that takes the outcast down the social ladder in Norway and sweeps her, in disguise, onto an emigrant ship for America... more
  • The Inheritance - The Guernsey Novels No 7

    by Anne Allen
    How close were Victor Hugo and his copyist? 1862 Young widow Eugénie faces an uncertain future in Guernsey. A further tragedy brings her to the attention of Monsieur Victor Hugo, living in exile on the island only yards away from Eugénie’s home. Their meeting changes her life and she becomes his copyist, forming a strong friendship with both Hugo and his mistress, Juliette Drouet. 2012 Dr Tess Le Prevost, Guernsey-born but living in England, is shocked to inherit her Great-Aunt’s house on ... more
  • Against Mark: On the Antiquity of the Jew called Jesus

    by Brian Josepher
    "Against Mark: On the Antiquity of the Jew called Jesus," to be independently published on November 1, 2019, explores a revolutionary find. Did Jesus Christ die at the prison of Machaerus, years before he took his mission to Jerusalem? Did a book, written some forty years after that event, document the true story of Jesus? What happened to that book, following the rise of Christianity, and how did it resurface in recent times? In Against Mark, we find answers to these questions, and many oth... more
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  • A Distant Past, An Uncertain Future

    by J. R. Klein
    What do you do when the most important person in your life is taken from you? Thomas Blake is a successful author living in Del Mar, California. When his wife suddenly dies, his life comes to a standstill. Caught in the clutches of writer’s block, he spends time in a local café where he is befriended by a group of surfers half his age. They invite him onto the water in Del Mar and down to Baja. Will their youthful energy be enough to bring Thomas Blake back to life? Or has the die been forever c... more
  • Son of Terror: Frankenstein Continued

    by William A. Chanler
    Son of Terror: Frankenstein Continued is the ongoing story of Victor Frankenstein's immortal monster, focusing on his fascination with 21-year-old Mary Godwin (Mary Shelley's maiden name), an investigative journalist summering on an Island in Maine. The story weaves through more than two centuries of time, beginning in the 1790s Arctic shortly after Victor's death.
  • Beneath the Flames

    by Gregory Lee Renz
    BENEATH THE FLAMES is an intimate combination of love, race, and the complexities of life through the eyes of a young urban firefighter. A Rookie firefighter, Mitch Garner, is assigned to the busiest firehouse in the heart of the Milwaukee Ghetto. The vicious hazing by a senior firefighter, the anguish of dealing with the intense violence of the streets, and terrifying firefights has him on the verge of quitting within weeks. He’s an outsider in this strange world of the inner city. His salvatio... more
  • The Island Years

    by J K Gunne
    Lena Sundman, a rude and often dysfunctional young woman, is found brutally murdered on an island near Stockholm – a haunt of wealthy retirees and artistic weekenders. Taking refuge on a neighbouring island after the sudden death of his wife, Dan Byrne found himself strangely drawn to the troubled girl, starting from the moment he reluctantly rescues her in the teeth of a gathering snowstorm. Suspicion falls first on a family of Iraqi refugees, initially welcomed into the community but graduall... more
  • Save Him

    by William M. Hayes
    Rydel Scott, a brilliant scientist working at a secret military lab, accidentally discovers a form of time travel while working on a project designed to save wounded soldiers in the field. Rydel's sister, a woman of faith, tells Rydel on her deathbed that she has received a message from God. The message—save Jesus Christ from the cross. And Rydel Scott travels back in time to do just that. It is believed even the smallest change to the past can cause catastrophic repercussions for future g... more
  • One Plus Seven

    by Frederick Regenold
    After marrying a virtual stranger, but one who had the bucks and promised her a world of comfort, Kendra Smithton Hatley, returns to La Jolla and phones an old flame, Brock Ainslie. He's an unsuccessful novelist who lives in a house his deceased father left him. Up front, Kendra informs Brock she murdered her husband two nights ago in Memphis, leaving his body on the recliner where she poisoned him with an overdose of Xarelto. Brock mini-panics at the thought of being an accomplice, but vividly ... more
  • The Third Half of Our Lives: Two Old Guys Not Selling Anything

    by Jon Foyt


    Two men reflect on what went right and wrong during their long lives in this novel. Socratic dialogue on growing very old. These two men of the Silent Generation might not confront any of the really intriguing issues—from their white maleness to the sex lives of octogenarians—but they do hit the classics: parenthood, accomplishments, and the point of it all. A philosophical tale about two men in old age.

    “The Third Half of Our Lives” is a dialogue between t... more

  • Mist-chi-mas: A Novel of Captivity

    by Janet Oakley
    In MIST-CHI-MAS, everyone is bound to something. Fleeing a scandal not of her making, a widow arrives at an isolated British outpost in the NW to start over. An unexpected encounter with a frontiersman gives her hope. He uses his own hard experience to move on and create a new life. When he is killed in a confrontation with a dangerous smuggler, Jeannie moves on. Twenty years pass. Seeking answers to a growing mystery, she embarks on a journey to find the lover she thought murdered years before,... more
  • Sparrow Alone on the Housetop

    by Jean James & Mary James
    SPARROW ALONE ON THE HOUSETOP is the tale of village’s struggle to rise above oppression and poverty in the mountains of Mexico. It’s the account of a daring pilot who flies into a woman’s life and knows he’s never before attempted such heights. It’s the story of one woman’s heroic fight and sacrifice to save them all.
  • What Remained of Katrina: a Novel of New Orleans

    by Kelly Jameson
    After Hurricane Katrina destroys her city, an unlikely heroine turns to art and revenge to survive. A failed hooker, magician's assistant, hotel maid and ice cream truck driver, Katrina Lalande comes barreling back in her old red Cadillac to haunt the abusive husband who thought he’d finished her off during the storm. Bent on revenge but determined to find hope in the wreckage, she remembers her past life as Vincent van Gogh as she paints murals on flood-damaged homes, trying to plug the leaks i... more
  • Battles on Lord's Creek

    by Shannon Sausville
    After thirty years of nursing, Linda would have thought she could handle anything. But when her son Matt returns from Iraq with post-traumatic stress disorder and she herself needs knee replacement surgery, Linda finds that opioids are an all too easy escape.
  • Home to Texas

    by T.L. Davis
    J.D. Wilkes returns to Texas to start a ranch only to find out that he is not welcomed by other ranchers or the U.S. Army that controls an unreconstructed Texas.

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