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stuart-land's picture
Also available for Kindle here. DESTINY IS IN THE BLOOD GAILENE’S VOW is the delicious, but tormenting tale of two women as they become vampires. Gailene must rise from devastation, rage, and vengeance in 1790s rural England, leaving her human family to become a powerful vampire matriarch in...
terry-bisson's picture
Presenting an alternative version of African American history, this novel explores what might have happened if John Brown’s 1859 raid on Harper’s Ferry had been successful. Chronicling life in a thriving black nation founded by Brown in the former southeastern United States, this dramatic story...
paul-schneider's picture
Like my previous books on the Adirondacks and Cape Cod, this is really more a biography of a place than a strict history.  In this case, however, the place is that mystical monster of a river that runs down the middle of the continent.  
adele-griffin's picture
Jennie Lovell's life is the very picture of love and loss. First she is orphaned and forced to live at the mercy of her stingy relatives. Then her fiance falls on the battlefield, leaving Jennie haunted by the mysterious circumstances of his death. When she forms an unlikely alliance with a spirit...
molly-roe's picture
Coming of age amidst the seething unrest of the Civil War era, feisty fourteen-year-old Katie McCafferty infiltrates the Molly Maguires, a secret Irish organization, to rescue a lifelong friend. Under the guise of "Dominick," a draft resister, Katie volunteers for a dangerous mission in...
ginger-wadsworth's picture
Introduces Benjamin Banneker, a free black man of the eighteenth century who loved to learn and used his knowledge and observations to build a wooden clock, write an almanac, and help survey the streets of Washington, D.C.