A tale of self-discovery, personal growth, romance, family ties, loyalty a stunning portrayal set in 1806 Ohio - a gripping tale of survival young women orphaned.
Rich in detail and exceptional in development, A River Divides is Michael Roueche’s second novel focused on a few characters whose lives are inextricably challenged and changed by the political upheaval of the Civil War.
St Louis Affair: The Adventures of Herbert Falken by Michael Scheffel – Historical Thriller/Detective
When heinous murders tarnish 1899 St. Louis, who are you going to call? None other than Inquiry Agent, Herbert Falken!
The following Semi-Finalists titles will compete for the FIRST IN CATEGORY Positions and Book Awards Packages in the 2016 Goethe Book Awards.
A sweeping look at personal idealism and autonomy pitted against the forces of greed and manipulation --an emotive family saga solidly rooted in the American dream.
A dark, rich, historical 18th-century tale that weaves real pirates into a fictional story with many unexpected twists and turns.
Heartbreaking and beautiful - Readers will find it a struggle to choose a side, and in the end, witness a breathtaking conclusion of betrayal and political treachery.
A vivid and multi-layered take on a the turbulent Hell on Wheels times that examines with wide open eyes the Wild West and the human cost of the U.S. expansion west.
Polish history jumps from the pages with unstoppable action, gripping tension, and unforgettable characters. Breathtaking!
The plot-line twists and turns adding suspense, the setting is vividly haunting in this paranormal mystery that has dashes of wit and humor along in this exploration of the spirit world by a teenage girl.