Free: Lost Child

A spellbinding tale of abandonment, rejection, and survival. A baby girl abandoned at birth and raised in a Catholic orphanage in New York City was never adopted. At the age of 13, she was sent to the Midwest on an orphan train and placed out as a housekeeper and farm laborer. Unwanted and unloved, she fought to survive in a lonely, abusive world. A story of female triumph and perseverance. How did she survive? Free on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Sigiriya: The Epic Story of Love, Loss, Betrayal and Tragedy in the Royal Court

He rose from poverty to become a virtuous king. She was a slave girl he fell in love with. They lived in a fairytale sky-palace—Sigiriya. Base on a true story, set 1500 years ago, in an exotic orient. $4.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

The Munich Girl

Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun. Fifty years after WW2, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s wife were friends. Plunged into the dangerous years of Nazi Germany, she uncovers a web of long-buried family secrets. “Hard to put down. … Harder to forget.” Ink Drop Reviews. $0.99 on Kindle ... [Read More...]

The Letter

Having survived the hell of Stalingrad and the war on the Eastern Front, Sergeant Franz Mayer found he was now a deserter. Faced with the prospect of an SS firing squad, he knew his only hope lay in returning home. Helped by an elderly couple who had lost their only son in the war he is finally reunited with his family. Safe at last, after witnessing the forced conscription of young boys and old nem, plagued by his conscience he returns to the war. Before leaving, he writes a letter to the old ... [Read More...]

Jessup

Jessup is a broken man, scarred physically and emotionally, by what he witnessed during World War 2, and now cleans the toilets of prisoners to make money to buy alcohol. When not arguing with his best friend, Marlow, he broods in his room and contemplates suicide as the only way to escape his pain.But when he is offered the chance of a better job, he must choose between a new start and turning his back on the one person who treats him with respect: a man whose life is in danger. A dark, sweepi... [Read More...]

The Last Sketch

They both hold tight to a terrible secret. When they cross paths in war-torn Europe, will their destinies lead to ruin… or victory over evil? Poland, 1944. Wanda Odwaga will never stop resisting. As the Nazis occupy her beloved homeland, the twenty-three-year-old artist vows to do whatever it takes to help the underground movement mobilize against Hitler’s forces. But she’s devastated when the Gestapo storms her house in search of rebel leaders, killing her heroic father and leaving the f... [Read More...]

Jane Digby’s Diary

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 sheiks 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 cultur... [Read More...]

Greetings from Asbury Park

We celebrate the Greatest Generation for their courage and honor. This is how they loved. 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. Sh... [Read More...]

Free: The Refiner of the Realm: Of Queens and Clerics

1993 Join the adventure as Mary, Gareth, and Brad’s quest to learn the truth of the Stone of Scone takes them to Edinburgh Castle, high on its windy hill. 1068 Experience Margaret’s struggles as the remnant of the English royal family, fleeing William the Conqueror, is blown onto the wild, rocky shore of Scotland. Can the beautiful, gentle Margaret, vowed to become a nun, accept the hand of the uncivilized King Malcolm? Can she actually carve a haven of civility among these rough, barbarous... [Read More...]