Antonius

Second in Command (The Antonius Trilogy)
By Brook Allen

Antonius: Second in Command is a work of fiction in the historical and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Brook Allen. Written for adult audiences, the novel does contain some use of explicit language, scenes of a sexual nature, and some graphic violence...

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Dance of the Restless Soul

By Ren'e Fedyna

All Lola wants is to sing and dance on stage for the world to see and admire her. The only problem is that Lola was brought up in a privileged Parisian home; her father was the Minister of Finance. There were certain expectations for Lola...

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The Language of Equals

By David Ackley

The Language of Equals is a work of fiction in the historical, dramatic and cross-cultural fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author David Ackley. Set during the outbreak of the First World War in the United Kingdom, this incredible tale of retaining cultural identity but...

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Far Away Bird

By Douglas A. Burton

Before Theodora became Empress of Byzantium, she began her journey as the daughter of a bear keeper for the Green faction in Constantinople. When he died in a citywide revolt, her mother had few options when it came to caring for her three daughters. Years...

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Beneath the Splendor

By Jami Taylor

In 1853, a much-loved reverend is being tried for murder in the fictionalized true-crime novel, Beneath the Splendor by Jamie Taylor. While visiting her cousin, Elizabeth Carawan takes the maid's twelve-year-old daughter, Mary, to be her personal maid. Having grown up in servitude, Mary is...

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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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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Twain Papers

By Roger Riccard

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Twain Papers by Roger Riccard brings together two greats of the literary and detective world. We meet Samuel Clemens, his family, Sherlock Holmes, and Dr. Watson as they begin the investigation of the missing papers. While staying in...

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The Holy Conspiracy

By Kristi Saare Duarte

The Holy Conspiracy by Kristi Saare Duarte takes on the greatest legend of our time in the rise of the Christian faith in early Palestine. Following the death of Yeshua (Jesus) at the hands of the Romans, Jesus’ brother, Jakov (James the Just), Mariamne (Mary...

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The Adventures of an Air Force Medic

By Dave Ives

The Adventures of an Air Force Medic by Dave Ives is a fictional account of a critical period in the life of Sean Mitchell, a young man looking for his future in uncertain waters during the early 1980s. Being a man of exceptional motivation, Sean...

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Hell to Reality

One prisoner's journey
By Jack Grylewicz

Hell to Reality: One Prisoner's Journey is a historical fiction novel written by Jack Grylewicz. Poland in 1939 was at the mercy of two invading forces: the Russians from the east and the Germans from the west. Neither of the conquering armies gave Poles any...

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