Temple in the Sand

The Memoirs of a Pharaoh
By Marjorie Vernelle

Temple in the Sand: The Memoirs of a Pharaoh by Marjorie Vernelle is a fascinating fictional account of a personal journal kept by Seti I. Perhaps best known as the father of the great Pharaoh Ramesses II, Seti was an extraordinary man in his own...

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Vivia

The Legend of Vivia Thomas: A Novelette in Poems
By Linda Neal Reising

In Vivia, The Legend of Vivia Thomas: A Novelette in Poems, Linda Neal Reising brings to life American folklore legend Vivia Thomas' extraordinary tale. Born into an affluent Boston family, Vivia grew up close to her wet nurse, an Irishwoman named Aideen, who also helped...

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The Ethereal Concerto

By Barry Robbins

The Ethereal Concerto by Barry Robbins is a magical story that takes readers on a journey through space and time, introducing them to both real and fictional musicians. The story is set in the enchanted Ethereal Bar, where a mysterious man interviews the musicians about...

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Tatae's Promise

Based on the true story of a young woman’s escape from Auschwitz with her sister
By Sherry Maysonave, Moises J. Goldman

Tatae's Promise is a work of fiction in the historical, family saga, and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author team Sherry Maysonave and Moises J. Goldman. Readers will find themselves immersed in an...

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Jane Digby's Diary

A Rebel Heart
By C. R. Hurst

Jane Digby’s Diary by C.R. Hurst is an enjoyable book about the exploits of this young woman in an era when independence and freedom for females were frowned upon. This book recalls the life and loves of Jane Digby, a real woman who lived in...

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The Legend of Lilia

A Novel Based on a True Story
By Christopher P. Redwine

The Legend of Lilia by Christopher P. Redwine is a gripping World War II novel based on real events and characters. When Nazi Germany unexpectedly unleashed their blitzkrieg on the Soviet Union in June 1941, it set in motion a chain of events that would...

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Amias

By Thomas Penn Johnson

Amias, by Thomas Penn Johnson, is a theatrical play set in Elizabethan England. Johnson primarily uses inns and taverns as settings, where multiple characters discuss philosophy, religion, law, the succession of the monarchy, and the climate of the time. These scenes are lively and diverse,...

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The Queen of the Platform

A Novel of Women's Rights Activist Ernestine Rose
By Susan Higginbotham

There are people in history whom we can thank again and again for the changes that they have instigated and fought for. These people used their bodies and souls, sometimes at great risk, to bring about change. In The Queen of the Platform, we meet...

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In the Shadows of Castles

Book Two of the 1066 Saga
By G K Holloway

In the Shadows of Castles is a work of fiction in the historical, action, and drama subgenres, and is the second novel of The 1066 Saga. It is best suited to mature readers owing to some scenes of violence and adult content throughout. Penned by...

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Hackett at Large

Tales From a Reporter's Life in Paris 1961-1968
By Jack Fitzgerald

Hackett at Large: Tales from a Reporter's Life in Paris 1961–1968 by Jack Fitzgerald is set in bustling Paris, where seasoned journalist Benjamin J. Hackett impresses his boss Geoffrey Hawkins with his quirky column, "An American in Paris." The Washington Tribune endeavors to secure an...

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