A fast-paced romp through tropical jungles and into deep, dark caverns where allies may not be who they say they are and legends abound.
From the riveting opening that takes place in NYC's Lower East Side's sweatshops until its gripping conclusion, this enthralling novel vividly portrays the desperate times of German immigrants landing at Ellis Island in 1905 in search of a better life.
LINCOLN’S HAT: and the TEA Movement’s Anger by David Selcer – Historical Fiction, Political, Literary
Fast-paced historical fiction surrounding the many assassination attempts on President Lincoln. History with a human face, reflective of today's political scene.
Nail-biting thriller sets a tough but tender hero against all sorts of bad guys hiding out in the wilderness, where wit and skill may not be enough to survive.
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2017 Somerset Book Awards for Contemporary & Literary Fiction Novels.
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2017 PARANORMAL Book Awards for Supernatural Fiction Novels.
Risk and reward weigh heavily for Lani Yavari as she fights to reunite her family - possibly at the cost of her own life. A strong, vibrantly brilliant contemporary metaphysical Y/A novel that belongs alongside the greats!
Full of rich and disturbing scenes of life for the unwitting residents of a turpentine camp in the Deep South at the close of the Great War. A gut-wrenching story of one man's search for his sister and one woman's duty to heal instead of harm. This well-researched novel is sure to be appreciated by fans of historical fiction. It pulls no punches and takes no prisoners.
One man escapes to the quiet of the Oberon Woods only to be seduced by two young women of exceptional quality; as he paints each stunning beauty, he discovers more about himself and learns to trust his heart in Yorker Keith’s latest literary romantic novel. A perfect summer read.
The BOATHOUSE CAFE’: Book One of FIRST LIGHT by Linda Cardillo – Intercultural Romance, Literary, Historical Fiction
This is a story that breaks through the barriers of race and challenges tradition and social mores for love. A Romeo and Juliet love story set during WWII on Chappaquiddick Island.