You Are My Sunshine

by Roberta Kagan

A little girl is born into Hitler’s home for the Lebensorn. She is torn from her mother’s arms and thrust into a treacherous world where the very people sworn to protect her are not what they seem. Reichsfuhrer Himmler himself christens the child and names her Katja. Then Kaja is given to an SS Officer and his wife to be raised as a perfect Aryan child for the ‘New Germany.’. But, as Hitler’s Third Reich begins to crumble, the world becomes a dangerous place for Katja. Her only hope of survival lies in the trembling hands of a young Jewish woman with secrets and troubles of her own. .

The Sons of Godwine

by Mercedes Rochelle

Earl Godwine had great plans for his children. But he didn’t understand his sons. And they barely understood each other. This is England in the days of Edward the Confessor, when Godwine and his sons tower over the other great families. Harold emerges as the power behind the throne and would soon become king. Tostig rules the north as Earl of Northumbria. They control all the earldoms except one. What could go wrong? We see tumultuous events of the mid-11th c. through the eyes of Godwine’s sons. Harold’s story is all about Harold, but his brothers see things differently. Their remarks are tinged sometimes with admiration, sometimes with skepticism. Alas, Harold’s rise in fortune is not blameless and sometimes those closest to him must pay the price of his fame.

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by M. B. Gibson

Amidst the lush beauty of Tipperary, a darkness runs through Duncullen Estate.

Young heir Richard Lynche is suffocating. Between his father’s disgust and mother’s plunge into drug-induced lethargy, his only solace are the arms of the new maid, Eveleen. Yet, mounting pressures give rise to chillingly ominous visions. Richard must destroy his parents’ chokehold and create a life with Eveleen whilst maintaining his sanity. He is determined to eradicate the torture. Whatever it takes.

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Sons of My Fathers

by Michael A. Simpson

Based on the true story of author Michael A. Simpson’s family, is a multi-generational journey that intertwines two dramatic stories set one hundred years apart—the heroic saga of 19-year-old Ulysses Simpson who, when “hell comes to Georgia,” joins his father on a course of revenge, a path that will forever change the destiny of their clan. And the true tale of another young Simpson man six generations later who, despite his moral reservations, enlists in the U.S. Army at the height of the Vietnam War. Deeply personal and compellingly written saga “Sons of My Fathers” is an evocative journey into the author’s family history and the universal themes central to it—the bonds of family and star-crossed love, duty versus faith, the true nature of patriotism and conscience in war, and the turbulent end of innocence.

The Nero Prediction

by Humphry Knipe

Was Nero the Antichrist who fiddled while Rome burned or an artistic genius trapped inside a Caesar? In an age when Rome rules the world and astrology rules Rome, Nero’s young secretary battles the prediction that he will murder the musical messiah he worships. Winner of the IPPY Award for “Best Historical Fiction.”

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