November 22, 2022

The Chronicles of Iona: Cradle of Saints

Paula de Fougerolles’s Cradle of Saints is the fourth installment to her highly ambitious The Chronicles of Iona series set in sixth-century Ireland, Scotland and England.

Fougerolles is an accomplished scholar specializing in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic history. Her expertise shines through every sentence of this story.

The book jumps right into the action previously […]

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November 15, 2022

The Persian Glories

This historical novel pits its protagonists against a relentless villain out to possess a priceless jewelry set at any cost.

The book opens with the pivotal moment in 1942 when Rena Anjani, young wife of the prime minister of Iran, attends a royal ball and lays eyes on the Persian Glories, a legendary parure of […]

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November 15, 2022

Leon the Warrior Dog

Beat, a shepherd, and his dog Leon join the Roman army and attempt to fight off a Goth invasion in this short historical novel set in 313 A.D.

When a soldier asks Beat to join the army, Beat challenges the soldier to attack him with his sword. If the soldier can’t hit him, Beat says […]

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November 8, 2022

Where Destiny Commands: 1939-1945 A Time of Love and War

A meticulously researched chronicle of her parents’ fateful meeting and subsequent romance amid the horrors of WWII, Leila Sen’s debut novel blends memoir and historical fiction.

The story is initially set in 2002, a few months after Sen has scattered her parents’ ashes. Her visit to their home in San Francisco, the beloved house—filled with […]

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October 17, 2022

Moscow Gold: A Novel of Twentieth Century Spain

Moscow Gold is a complex historical spy novel about the legacy of the Spanish Civil War.

In 1963 Madrid, expatriate journalist David Fordham’s editor coerces him to investigate the 1936 disappearance of Spanish gold reserves. Finding allies in a Civil War veteran named Nacho and a beautiful co-worker, Ariel, he soon discovers an international plot […]

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October 3, 2022

The Beijing Blunder

The Beijing Blunder, the fourth book of Jay Perin’s One Hundred Years of War series (based on the Sanskrit epic The Mahabharata), continues the saga of three dynasties seeking control of the oil market.

In the series’ first three installments, the Barronses, Kingsleys and Sheppards arranged a marriage of convenience between Lilah Barrons and Brad […]

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August 15, 2022

Saratoga Turning Point: The Shot that Gave Birth to a Nation!

Saratoga Turning Point is a historical novel set during the American Revolution. It follows the battle of Saratoga and the death of British General Simon Fraser, which resulted in England’s defeat there and eventually to America winning the war.

The story switches between large-scale events and historical figures and the character Philip Eames, a New […]

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July 4, 2022

Signals from Saipan

This thriller by Reginald Nelson is the third in his I.N.C.I.S.O.R. (International Citizens for a Safe society Organization) series. Reginald Nelson is a pen name, an alter ego and the hero of the series.

Nelson and his friend Ashonte (“Ash”) Black are on Saipan to test Dr. Nelson’s discovery that a radio wave frequency can […]

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June 27, 2022

Moonshine Revival

In Moonshine Revival, a revision of Daniel Micko’s 2016 novel The Moonshine Wars, Deep South racism animates a family saga spanning the Civil War to the early 20th century.

Kincaid, Georgia, is home to the Kincaid and Spicer families. In 1888, town founder Terry Lee Kincaid Sr. (“Big T”) starts a moonshine venture with Jim […]

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