|Angel Of Death|
|By Susanna Betzel - 2,033 Words|
|What led one man to devote himself to the French Revolution, to a cause that would devour him?|
|From Laughter To Tears|
|By Leah Henke - 1,693 Words|
|On a Good Friday evening in 1865, a young wife and mother becomes an unwitting witness to tragedy.|
|The Lady Of Loneville|
|By N. C. Anderson - 1,459 Words|
|Abigail Ross lost her husband to the Texas Rangers, and now, against her approvel, her son Luke is pinning on the Star. Captain Sam Carver would give anything to know what Abby seems to be waiting and looking for when she studies the faces in Loneville. He knows she is unhappy with him for helping Luke join the Rangers, and she has a way of making him extremely nervous.|
|By Alex Gough - 1,486 Words|
|A new recruit in the Roman army has to face the hardships of life on Hadrians Wall, and separation from the girl he loves.|
|In The Winds Eye|
|By Charlotte Boyett-Compo|
Part 1 - 4,804 Words
Part 2 - 6,082 Words
Part 3 - 4,831 Words
|Now Available From DLSIJ Press.
See http://dlsijpress.com/compo/ for information on how to order.
Captain Sinclair McGregor has spent two years in the frozen hell of a Yankee prison camp. His life as he once knew it has been destroyed by the War. Returning home to Savannah to find his fiancée married to his worst enemy and his ancestrial home sold for back taxes to the same man, he knows a despair darker than the depths of the Abyss. His life in shambles, his heart broken, with no money or possessions to his name, he is forced to move in with the grandmother who had raised him: a woman who abused him as a child and despises him as a man. If Sinclair cannot take back the family mansion, she would rather see him dead and sets into motion a plan to have her wishes carried out.
But no one counted on the love of four uniquely different women who band together to save Sinclair McGregors life and soul. Will they be successful . . . or will the ugly hatred of a bitter old woman condemn him to a final hell?
|Beyond The Pharisees|
|By Anne Langford|
Part 1 - 2,422 Words
|First century Rome. Nero, war, politics. It is a time where far too many voices believe they are the authority who speak for God. The Essenes, Pharisees, Sadducees. Dissidents, rebels, lambs. Beyond The Pharisees takes up the rebel call to arms. How Vespesian wages war against the rebels and how politics and the Judean conflicts shape Rome and Judea for all time. We are privy to the intrigues, plots and romance of the era. Vespesian, Nero, Titus and yes, Josephus, are main characters in a cast of many.|
|Once Upon A Wish|
|By Ellen Ben-Sefer|
Part 1 - 1,088 Words
|In Once Upon A Wish, ferocious, woman-despising warrior Malcolm Macleod, laird of the clan, is about to meet his match. His two aunts conspire to bring a wife for him from another century since everyone in 14th-century Scotland is terrified of him. They bring Rebecca Gould, a midwife, from 1999, who could win the Guinness Book of Records title for awful dates. She wakes with a splitting headache on Macleod territory to be found by Malcolm erroneously believing she is fairy from the nearby burn. Rebeccas ridiculous answers to their questions make him believe she is a visitor from the future, an experience they have had once before. In this chapter, Malcolm and his brother Ian, Uncle Angus, and foster son Duncan question Rebecca, who thinks they are all in an asylum for people suffering the same delusion. Once Upon A Wish is the first book in a trilogy about the Macleods and time travelers who arrive in their midst.|
|Gather The Wind|
|By Daphne de Jong
(Harper Collins Publishers - New Zealand)
To order a copy visit, http://www.harpercollins.co.nz.
Reviewed by Frances Grattan
|By Laurie R. King
(Bantam Books, 1998)
Reviewed by Glenda Bixler
|By Deb Crockett
(An e-book, also available in disc book and multimedia CD-ROM format from Net Novels/Domhan Books at: http://www.domhanbooks.com.)
Reviewed by Frances Grattan
|By William Kennedy
(Penguin Books - 1988)
Reviewed by Trace Edward Zaber
|Mayor Thunder And The Battle To Save Oapville|
|By Trace Edward Zaber|
|A little story about good vs. evil in the big, bad world. Dedicated with gratitude and undying thanks to the stalwart supporters of this magazine.
(For more information of what exactly it is Im talking about, refer to this months editorial.)
|Our Quisling Queen|
|By Jud Evans|
|Read about Britains royal Jezebel. Jud Evans tells the fascinating story of the Queen of Brigantias treacherous deal with the Roman invaders.|