The collateral damage from a freak tornado rips the heart out of Small-Town, America. Who is left and what they reveal has the potential to be even more devastating. Can anyone survive the aftermath? Recommended.
The USA was founded. Napoleon proclaimed himself Emperor. Jane Austin's works were published anonymously. Thomas Paine publishes his treatise "The Rights of Man." These are but a few historic events that happened in the Goethe years. It is our honor to recognize these awarding-winning historical fiction authors whose works educate and inform us about the post-1750s past.
The FINALISTS for the PARANORMAL Book Awards for Supernatural Fiction – a division of the 2019 CIBAs
Congratulations to these authors whose works have advanced to the 2019 FINALISTS Level of Achievement for the Paranormal Book Awards for Supernatural Fiction.
PELSAERT’S NIGHTMARE by Gregory Warwick Hansen – Maritime Historical Fiction, Mutiny & Shipwrecks, Biographical Historical Fiction
When greed turns to murder, who will live to tell the tale? A gripping maritime story taken directly from first-hand sources sets the stage for a chilling read. Highly recommended.
EVIL UNDER the STARS: The Agatha Christie Book Club (Book 3) by C.A. Larmer – British/Irish Cozy Mystery, Humorous Literary Fiction, Cozy Mysteries
British/Irish Cozy Mystery is exactly what the doctor ordered. Especially when it's the third in The Agatha Christie Book Club mystery. Highly Recommended.
JETTY CAT PALACE CAFÉ by Judy Keeslar Santamaria – Magic Realism, Psychological Literary Fiction, Literary Fiction
A stolen urn sparks a daring adventure for one autistic young woman and winds up delivering a masterpiece debut novel by a very promising rising star. Highly recommended!
Belonging isn't the same as following orders, and love is more than complicated than war - especially in the Age of Discovery, the 1960s America.
The SOMERSET Book Awards for Literary, Contemporary, and Satire Fiction – the SHORTLIST for the 2019 CIBAs
Join us in cheering on these authors whose works have advanced to the Shortlist for the 2019 Somerset Book Awards.