The Golden Dice: A Tale of Ancient Rome : Elisabeth Storrs

The Golden Dice: A Tale of Ancient Rome : Elisabeth Storrs

The Golden Dice: A Tale of Ancient Rome During a ten year siege between two age-old enemies, three women follow very different paths to survive: Caecilia, a young Roman woman, forsakes her city by marrying the Etruscan Vel Mastarna, exposing herself to the enmity of his people and the hatred of the Romans who consider her a traitoress… Semni, a reckless Etruscan girl, becomes a servant in the House of Mastarna, embroiling herself in schemes that threaten Caecilia’s children and her own chance for romance… Pinna, a tomb whore, uses blackmail to escape her grim life and gain the attention of Rome’s greatest general, choosing between her love for him and her loyalty to another… Historical Fiction at its best,

The Wedding Shroud – A Tale of Ancient Rome : Elisabeth Storrs

The Wedding Shroud – A Tale of Ancient Rome : Elisabeth Storrs

The Wedding Shroud – A Tale of Ancient Rome ‘a sensitivity to the realities of life in a very different time and world’ Ursula Le Guin In 406 BC, to seal a tenuous truce, the young Roman Caecilia is wedded to Vel Mastarna, an Etruscan nobleman from the city of Veii. The fledgling Republic lies only twelve miles across the Tiber from its neighbour, but the cities are from opposing worlds so different are their customs and beliefs. Leaving behind a righteous society, Caecilia is determined to remain true to Roman virtues while living among the sinful Etruscans. Instead she finds herself tempted by a mystical, hedonistic culture which offers pleasure and independence to women as well as a chance

Me, Him & Her : Shadir Keene

Me, Him & Her : Shadir Keene

Me, Him & Her After having Lady Luck shine upon them, Lyn and Mike leave the sordid past behind and move back to the city, hoping to start their life, and marriage afresh. With Mike having found a good job, and moving into their new city apartment, they are hopeful and very optimistic, and for the first time in years, they have a little money in the bank, and a good salary, to allow them to live comfortably and worry free. As happy as Lyn is with their change of fortune, and keen to get back on her feet and find a job for herself, there remains one part of her life that she has yet to resolve. Debbie. No

The Kreuzvogel Experiment : Norman T. Bradford

The Kreuzvogel Experiment

The Kreuzvogel Experiment The Kreuzvogel Experiment is a fictional Sci-fi thriller about main characters, HOWARD ‘Howie’ BRICE, MIRIAM BERKOWITZ, and twins, RONALD and DONALD WHITEHEAD. They were part of a group infants born in April, 1936. They were secretly given an experimental growth serum by Doktor ERNST KREUZVOGEL, alias Doctor DAVID VOGELMANN. In the year 2016 at the age of eighty, they were still healthy and virile. They discovered however, they were being stalked and murdered, and their blood harvested and converted into a serum for the members of, Das Neue Dritte Reich, (The New Third Reich) a neo-Nazi organization. The story is divided into four parts: Part I – 1934 Heidelberg. Doktor KREUZVOGEL, Professor of Experimental Endocrinology arrives at

Lost In Him : Susan Ward

Lost In Him : Susan Ward

Lost In Him (The Parker Series Book 1) People think Chrissie Parker has a picture-perfect life. She leads an opulent lifestyle in Santa Barbara, her father, Jack, is a beloved music icon from the sixties, and she possesses a wealth of musical talent that will certainly lead to a promising future. But behind the façade, everything is far from perfect. When Chrissie journeys from Santa Barbara to New York City for an audition at Juilliard, romance is the last thing on her mind. She never anticipated encountering British Superstar Alan Manzone, a musician fresh out of Rehab, tormented by his own weakness and troubled past. Alan’s life is everything Chrissie’s is not; exciting, glitzy, and an all-out train wreck. Chrissie

Veyron : Roger Scouton

Veyron

Veyron ROGER SCOUTON is the author of the first Jack Fields and Amber Reyes adventure/thriller GOLDPLAY. In the sequel, VEYRON, they are hired by London insurers to simply observe security provided by others for the Marine Corps charity road rally from the Grand Canyon to the red rocks of Sedona. Unfortunately, in no time the easy assignment becomes a race in which Jack and Amber must find the killers before they too become victims. They follow clues and run for their lives from Arizona to the Red Sea and back, for a final showdown in the mountains of Montana. Book Links Website On Amazon  

Stanley Park : Racine Hiet

Stanley Park

Stanley Park STANLEY PARK: “A Powerful Story of Haunted Passions and Irresistible Love!” Forced into a bloody crime by Ace, an isolated girl April buries her past and becomes Lily — until passionate love with Markus drives her to uncover dark secrets and free Ace’s hold on her. “Hiet skillfully introduces and intertwines her characters’ lives and passions in a riveting tale of mystery, murder, deceptions, love discovered, love lost. Chronicling several lives from the 1930s to 1960s, Hiet writes energetically, evocatively. Her descriptions and use of metaphor give subtle insights into the characters (and make another writer envious). Stanley Park becomes the symbol intertwined throughout the characters’ lives. The park represents for them escape, renewal of self-nurturance, life-changing liaisons,

Little Miss Sure Shot : Jeffrey Marshall

Little Miss Sure Shot: Annie Oakley's World

Little Miss Sure Shot: Annie Oakley’s World Little Miss Sure Shot is a fictionalized account of the life of Annie Oakley, drawing heavily on the real timelines and events of her life. However, the book is not a biography – it invents situations, people she meets, and a myriad of conversations. Moreover, while the book is presented chronologically, apart from the prologue, it skips certain periods and attempts to focus on those that are especially vital, such as the early years Annie spent with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, including the tours through Europe. A special feature of the novel is the framing of Annie’s loving marriage to fellow sharpshooter Frank Butler, whom she married at sixteen and remained married