The GOETHE 2017 official Shortlist for post-1750s Historical Fiction has been posted!
I agree with Einstein: time is relative. I’m no scientist. I’m no brain expert. However, time does fly when you are passionate about what you do!
Five run-away grannies prove that dreams are worth pursuing, life is worth celebrating, and you’re never too old for true love in Jessica H. Stone’s engagingly fun and poignant tale of women pursuing their hopes and dreams.
When Brianna's Spanish Club travels to Mexico City, an unsettling truth divides family and friends - and threatens the safety of the entire trip. Can forgiveness be the answer when the deception is so fresh?
The BOY WHO WANTED WINGS by James Conroyd Martin – Medieval Historical Fiction, War/Military, European
Masterfully written and well-conceived,"The Boy Who Wanted Wings" soars through the stratosphere in this historical fiction covering the siege of Vienna in the late 17th century. An excellent novel with staying power.
Fresh and frisky - a rollicking good time with truth wizard and coroner's assistant, Charmaine, on her investigations in a small pacific northwest town.
A captivating lesson in power, greed, and what a man will do for love - a sweeping epic of San Fransico's emergence from a gold rush down to one of the world's most spectacular cities.
GRAND THEFT DEATH: A Salty Sisters Mystery by Ann Philipp – Cozy Mystery, Women Sleuth, Suspense/Thriller
Delightfully quirky, fun and surprising with zany capers and felonious grannies! Prepare to have your funny bone tickled!