Murder Under A Full Moon

A 1930s Mona Moon Historical Cozy Mystery Book 7 (A Mona Moon Mystery)
By Abigail Keam

The year is 1934. Both Europe and America are abuzz with the rumor that Germany might break the Treaty of Versailles. Amidst a worldwide political upheaval, Mona Moon, the owner of Moon Enterprises, attends a luncheon with Eleanor Roosevelt. Soon afterward, various parties interested in...

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The Claviger

By Rayo Scala

The Claviger by Rayo Scala is not just an action novel for action’s sake. It is a fantastic blend of history and military imagery that you can almost feel because the characters are well-explored mentally and emotionally. Deep introspection is a by-product when your characters...

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The Lost Metal Library

An Ancient Quest Mystery Book 2
By Rai Aren

“The nervous and scared, yet determined, foursome headed out onto the highway, for the long, almost four-hour drive east from Cuenca, nearly all the way to the border with Peru. Into the rainforest and into the unknown. Hoping against hope that all was not already...

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The Curse of Cortés

An abandoned billion dollar plunder. A forgotten sacred pilgrimage. A cursed family legacy.
By Guy Morris

The Curse of Cortés by Guy Morris is a mystery/thriller that is aptly subtitled “An abandoned billion-dollar plunder. A forgotten sacred pilgrimage. A cursed family legacy.” The story follows Sophia as she comes across relics that she does not recognize and a log book with...

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Eleven Arrows

By J.P. Manning

An ancient manuscript has survived the destruction of the Library of Alexandria. A manuscript is kept hidden by the family of a renowned Egyptologist, Babu, who is the seventh generation to guard the survivors of the Library. The year is AD 1850 and an English...

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The Silhouette

By Andrew Van Dyk

The Silhouette by Andrew Van Dyk presents an early twentieth-century rural commune that is flourishing but hiding a dark secret. The first several chapters present the beautiful, serene, wooded setting beside a glittering lake. There are three three-story cabins, and we meet the residents; at...

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Chasing Margie

A Case That Wouldn’t Stay Cold
By Steve Lindahl

Margie Gladstone was only three years old in 1923 when she disappeared from her family’s lake home. Her parents, Howard and Emma, and big brother James spent years searching for her. The family, who lived in Brooklyn, was wealthy and they enjoyed quiet days in...

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The English Colonel's Wives

Inspired by actual events
By A.C. Smith

The English Colonel’s Wives: Inspired by True Events by A.C. Smith takes us back to the first half of the twentieth century but predominately to the period post World War II, as the great British Empire began to disintegrate under the weight of native dissatisfaction...

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Chapter Thirteen

A Novel
By Maria Palace

Chapter Thirteen: A Novel by Maria A. Palace is a twisty, enthralling paranormal thriller that has the potential to keep any reader on the edge of their seat. Katy Barton is a beautiful young reporter who moves back to her hometown of Morganville, Pennsylvania after...

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Rayne's Summer

1950s Period
By Margaret M Ford

Rayne’s Summer is a tale of a nine-year-old lad growing up in a small town on the English coast. Set in the 1950s with a backstory of the Korean War, young Rayne is thrust into a whirlwind of events with meanings beyond his years. Margaret...

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