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The Case of the Missing Bride

by Carmen Radtke
The Case of the Missing Bride
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Setting sail for matrimony – or something sinister? Meet Alyssa Chalmers. Victorian emigrant. Reluctant bride. Intrepid sleuth. 1862. When a group of young Australian women set sail for matrimony in Canada, they believe it’s the start of a happy new life. But when one of the intended brides goes missing, only Alyssa Chalmers, the one educated, wealthy woman in the group, is convinced the disappearance is no accident. She sets out to find out what happened. Has there been a murder? Alyssa is willing to move heaven and earth to find out the truth. She is about to discover that there is more to her voyage into the unknown than she bargained for, and it may well cost her life …

Journey of the Heart

by Stephanie Burkhart
Journey of the Heart
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James DiMera returns to his home in California after World War II, only to find out he's lost his farm. His way of life gone, James becomes a journeyman, selling Bibles, looking for a sense of purpose. But after the loss of his dream, what can there be for him? Rachel Santori's family winery is in trouble. She's looking for someone to trust. When Rachel meets James, she can't deny how he touches her lonely heart and soul with his kindness and the way comes to her aid. How long has it been since she had someone to depend on? Can James find a place of belonging in Rachel’s life? Can love mend both their weary hearts?

Jane Digby's Diary: To Begin, Begin

by C. R. Hurst
Jane Digby's Diary: To Begin, Begin
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Based on a true story . . . Bright, beautiful, and bold, Jane Digby led a remarkable life. Born to privilege in 1807 at Dorset, England, she soon scandalized Europe with her reckless pursuit of freedom. She sacrificed home, family, and respectability for her passions. Kings, princes, barons, brigands, lords, and sheikhs were among her lovers. A gifted artist and musician, as well as a superb horsewoman, she spoke several languages, read widely, wrote eloquently, and embraced all manner of culture and travel. An amusing, thoughtful, and moving work of historical fiction, JANE DIGBY'S DIARY offers a compelling account of the life of a woman who truly lived all for love.

The Three Widows of Wylder

by Julie Howard
The Three Widows of Wylder
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Three women on the run. After the death of her husband, Clara flees a hanging judge and seeks refuge with her brother in Wylder, Wyoming. With secrets of her own and good reasons to flee, spoiled and vain Mary Rose joins Clara on the trek to Wyoming. Surely a suitable man exists somewhere. Emma is a mystery. A crack shot and expert horsewoman, her harrowing past seeps out in a steady drip. She’s on the run from something, but what? After the three women descend on Wylder, a budding romance leads to exposure of their pasts. As disaster looms, will any of them escape?

Whirligig

by Richard Buxton
Whirligig
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Shire leaves his home and his life in Victorian England for the sake of a childhood promise, a promise that pulls him into the bleeding heart of the American Civil War. Lost in the bloody battlefields of the West, he discovers a second home for his loyalty. Clara believes she has escaped from a predictable future of obligation and privilege, but her new life in the Appalachian Hills of Tennessee is decaying around her. In the mansion of Comrie, long hidden secrets are being slowly exhumed by a war that creeps ever closer. The first novel from multi-award winning short-story writer Richard Buxton, Whirligig is at once an outsider’s odyssey through the battle for Tennessee, a touching story of impossible love, and a portrait of America at war with itself. Self-interest and conflict, betrayal and passion, all fuse into a fateful climax.

In a Grove of Maples

by Jenny Knipfer
In a Grove of Maples
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In 1897 newly married Beryl and Edward Massart travel more than one thousand miles from Quebec to farm a plot of land in Wisconsin that they bought sight-unseen. An almost magical grove of maples on their property inspires them to dream of a real home built within the grove, not the tiny log cabin they’ve come to live in. Misunderstandings and tempers get the better of them when difficulties and troubles arise. Just months after they wed, Edward leaves pregnant Beryl in the midst of the coming winter to tend the farm and animals while he goes to be a teamster at a northern Wisconsin logging camp. Will Beryl and Edward walk into the future together to build their house of dreams in the grove of maples, or will their plans topple like a house of sticks when the winds of misunderstanding and disaster strike?

Columbus and Caonabó: 1493-1498 Retold

by Andrew Rowen
Columbus and Caonabó: 1493-1498 Retold
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A historical novel, Columbus and Caonabó: 1493–1498 Retold dramatizes Columbus’s invasion of “Española” and the bitter resistance mounted by its Taíno peoples, led by the chieftain Caonabó. Based on primary sources, the story is told through the eyes of Caonabó, his wife Anacaona, Columbus, and Spain’s Queen Isabella. booklife calls it a “sweeping tour de force,” Blue Ink Review praises its “rich characters, thrilling plot,” and Kirkus Reviews commends it as an “impressive work of scholarship.”

The Gamekeeper's Wife

by Clare Flynn
The Gamekeeper's Wife
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A gripping story of love, duty, sacrifice and determination in the aftermath of the First World War. Martha Walters is the widow of an abusive man. Martha has nothing and is about to lose her home. Christopher Shipley is the reluctant heir to a substantial family fortune. He has more money than he needs or wants, and responsibilities he cannot shirk. They were never meant to fall in love, but sometimes the wrong person is the right one, until a terrible secret is revealed, which could force them apart. From an English country house to the jungles of Borneo, The Gamekeeper’s Wife is sure to keep you up reading all night.

H.M.S Valor

by Cal Clement
H.M.S Valor
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A dark secret hangs over the Caribbean. Britain is at war with Napoleon, amid this chaos, a shadowy network acts against the common good. Lives hang in the balance while a young and ambitious Lieutenant takes his new assignment aboard the H.M.S Valor. Circumstances soon lead him down a path where he must weigh traditional judgement carefully. With sword and pistol in hand he will confront his fate, where things are not as simple as they first appear, and the path of honor looks an awful lot like treason.

This book contains scenes of: sexual violence

We Live in Fame: a Novel of the European Air War, February – June 1943

by Tom Burkhalter
We Live in Fame: a Novel of the European Air War, February – June 1943
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The 8th Air Force is tasked with the destruction of the Luftwaffe and the Nazi industrial plant. In the spring of 1943 it is taking severe losses for little result. Churchill persuades President Roosevelt to make the switch from day bombing to the RAF strategy of night bombing. The RAF has deployed a first generation of ground-mapping radar and electronic navigation aids that allow them to find targets under cover of darkness. But the Air Corps is trained in daylight precision bombing, and the changeover will be costly in terms of time and equipment, with an unknown chance of success. The leaders of the Air Corps decide that they must be ready to make the change, and Major Charles Davis is one of those chosen to fly with RAF Bomber Command and learn how they do it.

The Last Refugee

by Zahara Schara
The Last Refugee
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They would not be the first or last orphans to have ended up on the shore. If there was one universal truth it was that mothers, who only had one life jacket, would always put it on their child... Elijah rarely gives thought to the events that led to his family fleeing the Holocaust or the ways it changed his life. Well into old age he is content with his garden and house by the sea in Calais. All of that changes when his garden starts being pillaged each night. Eager to stop the supposed culprit, a rabbit, he stays awake one night only to find out that it's not a rabbit at all.

The Son He Left Behind

by Yitzhak Bar-Yossef
The Son He Left Behind
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Following his family’s sudden collapse, a young boy’s life is about to be torn between two opposite worlds. Itzhak is a young Jewish boy, born to an ultra-orthodox family. His life is turned upside down when his father suddenly abandons his religion, his wife, and his son. Itzhak’s mother raises him alone for years until his father suddenly returns, but she tragically passes away when he is only eleven – leaving her son in the care of his father. But living with his famous hedonistic secular father, Itzhak finds himself torn between two worlds. The Son He Left Behind tells the tale of the inevitable rift between two entirely opposite worlds – the conservative, orthodox one and the secular, liberal one. (Check price before downloading as free giveaway may end before midnight U.S. time.)

Daughter of the King

by Kerry Chaput
Daughter of the King
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La Rochelle France, 1661. Fierce Protestant Isabelle is desperate to escape persecution by the Catholic King. Isabelle is tortured and harassed, her people forced to convert to the religion that rules the land. She risks her life by helping her fellow Protestants, which is forbidden by the powers of France. She accepts her fate — until she meets a handsome Catholic soldier who makes her question everything.

I, Richard Plantagenet The Prequel: A Vous Me Lie

by J.P. Reedman
I, Richard Plantagenet The Prequel: A Vous Me Lie
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Young Richard of Gloucester has returned to his brother King Edward’s court after training Earl of Warwick's household. The young man finds himself caught up in court intrigues: and experiences his first taste of love – which results in the births of his two natural children, John and Katherine. Duty soon beckons, however, when Warwick’s friendship with Edward ends and rebellion now threatens Edward’s throne. Young Richard, not yet eighteen, must retrieve Welsh castles, sit in judgment on traitors n…and even stamp on the toes of the side-swapping Lord Stanley. Wars of the Roses adventure!

The Only Way Home

by Jeanette Minniti
The Only Way Home
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It is 1933 inside a sweltering courtroom in Macon, Georgia. Fifteen-year-old Robert sits on a bench awaiting sentencing after being picked up for vagrancy and spending a night in jail. He left his home in Illinois with a neighborhood friend to ride the rails and find work to help their families, but the friend turned back. THE ONLY WAY HOME is the story of one boy's determination to survive loss and hardship to help his family-and how fate and a violin touch the course of his life. Fans of Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens and Sold On a Monday by Kristina Morris will love this story set during the Great Depression of a fatherless boy fighting to keep his family together.

Greetings from Asbury Park, a World War Two love story

by Luigina Vecchione
Greetings from Asbury Park, a World War Two love story
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Fifteen-year-old Mariella yearns for a new life. Since the Germans arrived in Rome, food has been scarce, and danger lurks around every corner. On top of that, she’s haunted by a childhood tragedy and weighed down with the responsibility of caring for her siblings. Everything feels impossible. But when she meets Jack, a handsome American soldier with a crooked smile, her future doesn’t seem so dark. She gives him a tour of the famed Colosseum, then takes him to dinner with her family. Despite the language barrier, their connection is undeniable. They share the same scars. The following day, Jack has to ship off to Japan. Neither wants to say goodbye, but they exchange addresses and promise to keep in touch. Over the following years, they try to move on while sharing snippets of their lives via airmail. But when Mariella suddenly goes quiet, Jack can’t ignore his feelings any longer.

The Red Cotton Fields

by Michael Strickland
The Red Cotton Fields
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The Red Cotton Fields is a story written in the tradition of great historical epics. The story begins on a Georgia plantation in the year 1850, ending on the gold fields of Australia in the year 1884. This is a story surrounding three southern families (the plantation owners, the plantation overseer's family and a Negro slave family) leading up to and including the Civil War. Readers will experience the demise of a southern plantation and follow two of the plantation's previous occupants (Bart Royal, the white overseer's son, and Reiner Washington, an escaped slave as they rise to become two of the richest men in the world. Also, The Red Cotton Fields is a classic love story between the plantation owner's daughter, Holly Ballaster, and the overseer's son, Bart Royal.

Wai-nani: A Voice from Old Hawai'i

by Linda Ballou
Wai-nani: A Voice from Old Hawai'i
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Linda Ballou weaves legends of old Hawai’i and an evocative love story into a poetic rendering of the “people of Old.” Be transported into ancient Hawai’i. Feel present in the lives of royals and learn the secrets of the mysterious Polynesian culture that called for human sacrifice. The story is told through the eyes of Wai-nani, a fiercely passionate, free-spirited woman who takes the reader on a seductive journey. Ballou delivers vivid imagery, historical detail, emotional impact, tragedy and triumph amidst the sensual beauty of the Islands.

Mrs Morphett's Macaroons

by Patsy Trench
Mrs Morphett's Macaroons
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Take a canny kitchen maid, a pioneer suffragist; an idealistic playwright, a sceptical producer, two stroppy actresses, a demanding backer and a real-life gaolbird suffragette. Mix them together and you have Mrs Morphett’s Macaroons, a trailblazing play about suffragettes that is set to light up London’s West End stage in 1905. That’s if the ingredients can be made to gel...

The Fires of Lilliput: A Holocaust story of courage, resistance, and love

by Michael Martin
The Fires of Lilliput: A Holocaust story of courage, resistance, and love
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Shosha is Jewish. Jakub was Catholic.They fought the Nazis together and survived the Holocaust. Now, the Vatican is investigating him for sainthood and she's the last living witness to his life. The Fires of Lilliput is the story she tells, of courage, suffering, and love.

No Names to Be Given

by Julia Brewer Daily
No Names to Be Given
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Three young women meet at a maternity hospital home in New Orleans and are reunited years later by a blackmailer. This mesmerizing story is based on actual experiences of women in the 1960s who found themselves pregnant but unmarried, pressured by family and society to make horrific decisions.A heartbreaking but uplifting novel of family and redemption.

Grudges and Grace

by BJ Salmond
Grudges and Grace
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With the choice between imprisonment and exile, William is forced to leave everything behind to start a new life. It’s the mid-1800’s and William Chestnut is thrown into an epic adventure that leads to betrayal, epidemic plague, Indian aggression, and a city on fire. What more could go wrong? As he raises his family amidst the St. Louis Saints, William struggles to forgive those who have wronged him. He is soon faced with the importance of forgiveness. Though, can he forgive when it really counts, even to save his children? Inspired by a true story, ''Grudges and Grace'' is an action-packed, heart-warming adventure with a dash of romance, and is peppered with peril and hope. Jump into this gripping, heartening adventure and get your copy of Grudges and Grace today.

White Man's Graveyard

by Sarah Angleton
White Man's Graveyard
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Annie is a no-nonsense Pennsylvania teacher whose hunt for a home and family of her own inspires a commitment to the abolition movement. Sylvanus, the baby brother she helped raise, is an adventure-seeking physician who finds purpose on his way to Western Africa in support of the controversial colonization effort which seeks to establish a safe-haven for former US slaves in the colony of Liberia. In the decades leading up to the American Civil War, the siblings find themselves on opposite sides of a monumental political argument as wide and complex as the ocean that separates them. Each must question what it means to fight for freedom and determine whether political and moral convictions are enough to sever the strongest of family bonds.

French Kiss: A Clyde Thomas Novel

by Ralph Griffith
French Kiss: A Clyde Thomas Novel
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Clyde Thomas and Moonbeam decided to try Paris for their new life. Except Clyde still works as a contract employee for the CIA. But Clyde feels it's time to have a visible means of support and decides that he and Moonbeam can run a jazz club together. Things are looking good until one day Clyde comes home to find Moonbeam crying. Her father has just died of a heart attack back in Medford, Oregon. Clyde puts Moonbeam on a plane, but will stay in Paris because of their newly opened club. The next day he finds out that her flight back to New York has been hijacked by the Palestinian Liberation Front and the TWA flight is sitting on a runway in Libya with a demand of five million dollars and the release of twenty of their members being held in Israeli prisons.

Portrait Of A Conspiracy (Da Vinci's Disciples Book 1)

by Donna Russo Morin
Portrait Of A Conspiracy (Da Vinci's Disciples Book 1)
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In 15th century Florence, five women and a legendary artist weave together a dangerous plot that could bring peace -- or get them all killed.

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