Saving the Music

By Vincent B. "Chip" LoCoco

Just when you think you’ve read everything there is about the Holocaust, you find Saving the Music, a beautifully-written work of historical fiction by Vincent B. “Chip” LoCoco. The year is 1942 and Hitler’s army is decimating countries standing in its wake and systematically annihilating...

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Spirit Rock

A Susquehannock Tale
By Wanda MacAvoy

Spirit Rock: A Susquehannock Tale is a work of fiction in the historical, Christian, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Wanda MacAvoy. Set in the eighteenth century in the United States of America, our protagonist Ahanu is one of the few surviving...

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Soldiers of Freedom

The WWII Story of Patton's Panthers and the Edelweiss Pirates
By Samuel Marquis

Soldiers of Freedom: The WWII Story of Patton's Panthers and the Edelweiss Pirates by Samuel Marquis takes readers back to the WWII experience on the Eastern European front and the final push to beat the Nazis. The story follows characters that are memorable and their...

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Summer of Two Worlds

By J. Arthur Moore

Summer of Two Worlds (3rd edition) by J. Arthur Moore is a coming-of-age story that takes place six years after the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Prairie Cub is an orphan raised since the age of three as the son of a Sioux warrior....

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Songbird

The Songbird Story - Book One
By Julia Bell

“I was twenty-one years old when I sold my baby.” A powerful admittance from a young woman, Isabelle. There may be all kinds of reasons why someone would sell their baby, but Isabelle’s story is unique. Coming from a working-class background in the late nineteenth...

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Saint Illuminator's Daughter

By Michael Ippen

Safir was only one of many lonely immigrants living in New York in the 1950s. It was post World War II and a lot of the immigrants had their own sad stories to share, ghosts that continued to haunt their daily lives. Named after the...

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Scepter of Flint

By N.L. Holmes

Scepter of Flint is a work of fiction in the historical, mystery, and suspense sub-genres, and was penned by author N. L. Holmes. Continuing the fantastic series of the Lord Hani Mysteries, we once again find ourselves immersed in the world of ancient Egyptian politics,...

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Sanguinary Longings

By Claude Frazier

Sanguinary Longings by Claude Frazier takes us back to the end of the First World War. Captain Cole Sterling, a surgeon, was performing his life-saving operations on wounded soldiers when the field hospital was overrun by the Germans, with Cole suffering fatal wounds in the...

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Survival of the Blood

By Beth Bristow

Survival of the Blood is a work of fiction written in the literary style by author Beth Bristow. Following themes of history, survival, personal sacrifice, and family duty, this highly engaging and immersive tale is set in Britain during the wars between Scotland and England....

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Summer of the Shark

By DiVitto Kelly

Summer of the Shark is a young adult coming-of-age novel written by DiVitto Kelly. Summer had literally just begun. Ryan Sullivan was twelve years old, already a gifted pitcher and filled with plans for every single day of the summer -- even the rainy ones....

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