In the heart of holocaustal darkness, “The boundaries are thin between one state of consciousness and another, between life and death, between dream and doom.”
We know little of Cervantes' life, but the little we do know is a basis for this 16th Century historical fiction book.
Bestselling author of The Girl with the Pearl Earring releases her first American-set novel, exploring the Quakers and their significant part in the Underground Railway.
Well-researched and filled with fascinating data, The Long Road Home is a must read for Civil War history enthusiasts.
"I'm exploring my ancestors' romances, friendships, adventures, hardships in a historical context."
Spies, love, and katzenjammer.
Hitler versus Churchhill: Killing Words
Davonna Juroe adapts the story of Red Riding Hood and adds a dark and dangerous touch to the children's classic.
This fascinating novel exams all sides within the context of a very unique segment of American history.
Lives intertwine throughout the Sixties and come together in one night of fear, tragedy, and hope.