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  • From the bestselling author of Daughters of the Dragon comes an epic novel of a star-crossed couple who must defy tradition, war, and prejudice to keep their love alive.At the urging of a Los Angeles detective, international rights lawyer Anna Carlso...


  • Danger has found museum director Julie Williamson once again when an annual convention of historical society directors puts her in the path of a troubled colleague. Precious artifacts are missing and landing in the hands of unscrupulous dealers to th...


  • From the bestselling author of Daughters of the Dragon comes the story of one of the most extraordinary queens in history. As tensions rise on the Korean peninsula, US diplomat Nate Simon is sent to Seoul to gauge the political situation and advis...


  • The opening book in a series set in a grim fantasy world. An age of complete war comes upon the known world, Beast Men and Green Skins rampage across the country side while tensions between the human nations rise. What will become of the world during...


  • A sequel to the Mayhaven Award-winning The Essential Truth, and from the author of the bestselling Daughters of the Dragon – A Comfort Woman’s Story, The Dirty Truth tells the story of Nan Smith, the state campaign manager for Democratic presiden...


  • The Great War of 1914-18 was not the 'War to End All Wars' that so many hoped it would be. It was a cataclysmic event that changed the world forever and set the twentieth century on a pathway to both disaster and radical social change. The momentous ...


  • After twenty years away from the small Wisconsin farm of his World War II era childhood, Corey Fletcher returns for the first time, intent upon redeeming a burdensome past. Flashbacks follow the lives of thirteen-year-old Corey, his nine-year-old bro...


  • WINNER OF THE MAYHAVEN AWARD FOR FICTION from the author of Daughters of the Dragon - A Comfort Woman's Story WHEN THE FOUNDER of Jacob and Marin Advertising mysteriously dies, Ben Smith must take over just as their largest account comes up for revie...


  • Excerpt from England in the Days of Old We find in Assyrian sculptures representations of the wig, and its use is recorded amongst ancient nations, including Persians, Medes, Lydians, Car ians, Greeks, and Romans. Amongst the latter nation galerus, a...






  • interest of the public in those who write for its entertainment naturally extends itself to their habits of life. All such habits, let it be said at once, depend on individual peculiarities. One will write only in the morning, another only at night, ...


  • When twenty-year-old Anna Carlson travels from America to a Korean orphanage to locate her birth mother, she’s devastated to learn the woman is already dead. But just when it seems her search is over, a stranger hands her a parcel containing an ant...


  • This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts ...


  • The usual mode of capital punishment in England for many centuries has been, and still is, hanging. Other means of execution have been exercised, but none have been so general as death at the hands of the hangman. In the Middle Ages every town, abbey...



  • William Andrews' first novel examines life in a small PEI community in the 1940s and 50s as changes, so common in the rest of the world, begin to take hold. Using a road as an allegory, he weaves a lyrical tale of simple country people, their struggl...



  • A place where criminals and political offenders could find refuge was called a Sanctuary. It is generally agreed that in this country the privilege of sanctuary was instituted on the recognition of Christianity. From an early time down to the days of...


  • Julie Williamson is embroiled yet again in another mystery set at the Ryland Historical Society in western Maine. This time, a well-known benefactor is murdered on the morning of the ceremony to celebrate construction of an important new building. As...


  • FRIEND REQUEST is a disturbing, chilling and captivating novel about true horror - not vampires, werewolves or demons, but the genuine terror of an ordinary person warped by abuse and alienation to become a monster. Set in Australia with an English p...


  • Just a few days into her new job as director of a busy historical society and museum nestled in the mountains of quaint Ryland, Maine, flatlander Julie Williamson discovers all is not as it should be. Her dream job is more of a nightmare. She expecte...


  • An anthology of three African-American literary classics features Frances E. W. Harper's Iola Leroy, Charles W. Chesnutt's The Marrow of Tradition, and Paul Laurence Dunbar's The Sport of the Gods. Original....


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    A two-act play, free to Amazon Kindle readers, is a drama set in London at the outbreak of the Second World War. 'An Absence of Light' captures the tension and bleak anticipation of another cataclysmic conflict - the second in a quarter of a century ...


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