Book List in Order: 20 titles

  • Five gentle, peace-loving Blackfeet Indians only meant to snitch one small barrel of illegal moonshine from the two loaded barges they found hidden on the Idaho side of the Snake River. They were not prepared for the volcanic explosion and judgment-d...


  • The folks of Clearwater, Idaho, had rarely come face to face with any city folk, so a group of Chicago gangsters driving through town in an old hearse drew a crowd right away. Later, when the gangsters' hearse pulled up to Abe and Beth's meatpacking ...


  • It wasn't the last minute call to a kitchen fire that almost ruined Tyler's one year anniversary dinner with his wife Maggie. It was the fact that he took his eyes off the road for a split second as he was rushing home. Firefighter Tyler wa...


  • Doug’s life falls apart after his grandson Michael, is killed by an I.E.D. while serving in Afghanistan. The grief he feels soon turns into a heart-wrenching anger and hatred for all radical Muslim terrorists. He gives up his vow as doctor to save ...


  • In epic style, the new historical fiction series Prelude to Glory chronicles the miraculous events that gave birth to a new nation. In Our Sacred Honor, the first volume in the series, master storyteller Ron Carter presents the early events of the Re...


  • The summer of 1777 proves to be a difficult and discouraging time for General George Washington and his poorly equipped and undisciplined Continental Army. Campaigning along the eastern seaboard, they are pitted against General William Howe and hi...


  • By the end of 1776, the Continental army is faced with the overwhelming truth that they are losing the Revolution. The British have pummeled them with a series of bloody battles that have shattered the American army and have forced them into a desper...


  • In 1777, aiming to crush the American rebellion and win for himself a lasting fame, British General John Burgoyne sets out from Canada with a massive army. Losing the help of his Indian allies and slowed by the nearly impassable terrain, the flamboya...


  • In epic style, the new historical fiction series Prelude to Glory chronicles the miraculous events that gave birth to a new nation. In Our Sacred Honor, the first volume in the series, master storyteller Ron Carter presents the early events of the Re...






  • "These are the times that try men's souls," writes journalist Thomas Paine at the end of 1776, a dark time in America's struggle for freedom. As the dramatic events depicted in volume 2 of the monumental Prelude to Glory series show, the high price o...


  • The founding of the United States may be the single greatest event in the history of the rise and fall of nations. Thirteen infant colonies challenged the mightiest military power on earth and won! The victory of the underfunded, ill-equipped, and in...


  • His first summer in California looks bleak for Joe Russell, as he endures his father's lectures and finds himself stuck playing Pony league baseball with a group of misfits that is a far cry from the championship team he played with last year...





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    The surrender of British General Charles Cornwallis and his entire army to the United States at Yorktown, Virginia, on October 19, 1781, stunned the world. The thirteen-foundling United States had won their impossible revolution. They could not know ...


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    Ashley and Jackson bonded as mother and son from Jackson's birth because they only had each other to lean on for support. Jackson goes from being abused by two neighbor boys as a baby to becoming a serial killer. He inherited psychological problems f...



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    By the end of 1776, the Continental army is faced with the overwhelming truth that they are losing the Revolution. The British have pummeled them with a series of bloody battles that have shattered the American army and have forced them into a desper...






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    The realities of the French joining the war paralyzed England. It's powerful navy and army posed a mortal threat. In 1778, the decision was made to abandon the New England states in favor of conquering the Southern states first....