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Book: Davenport House 3 - A Mother's Love by Marie Silk
The family saga continues in this third book to Davenport House, beginning with a chapter that looks into the past to understand the present. Motor cars and telephone calls are now part of the modern life at Davenport House. It is summertime in 1915 Pennsylvania and the ladies of the house are making big plans for the year. Clara takes financial matters into her own hands and discovers an [...]
 
Book: Go Away Home by Carol Bodensteiner
For an Iowa farm girl in 1913, Liddie Treadway has big dreams. She yearns to move to town, learn a trade, and live on her own. With encouragement from career-minded Aunt Kate, her goals seem within reach until her unmarried sister is sent away for becoming pregnant and her father dies in a tragic accident. Now the family needs Liddie more than ever, and she's certain she'll be trapped on the farm [...]
 
Book: From the Mud by Paul Emery
As Albert Slater lays his wife to rest, his raw pain mixes with old scars from the First World War. That pain has stayed with him throughout his life, but protecting his children's innocence, he has kept it from them. He decides to write his story for them to read when he joins his wife in heaven. He writes about his training, his first action and how he endured the rest of the war. He also tells [...]
 
Book: Little Memories - Missives From the Great War by Nancy Cole Silverman
The 72nd Seaforth Highlanders were a group of Scots-Canadians, often referred to as the Ladies from Hell," known for their Mackenzie tartan kilts, their bayonets, their bagpipes and the action they saw while stationed in France where most of the Great War was fought. But in the stories Childs has chosen to share in Little Memories, are not those of brutal destruction and bloody battle scenes, but [...]
 
Book: Red Fox in the Heather by Robert N. Story
The year is 1898. In the small coal mining town of Birtley, in northeast England, a sixth child is born to Jonathon and Elizabeth Witherspoon. He will be the first and only boy in a family heretofore under the management of five sibling sisters. It is an auspicious start to a challenging youth, but his birth is much more than that. It is the beginning of Percy Stanley Witherspoon's eventful life [...]
 
Book: Davenport House by Marie Silk
Davenport House is the first book in a family saga following the wealthy Davenports and their servants in 1915 America. Mary Davenport is a 22-year-old idealist who worries that the world in the Progressive Era is leaving her behind. She lives isolated in the Pennsylvania countryside with her affluent and secretive family. When her father dies suddenly, Mary becomes pained with grief and [...]
 
Book: Davenport House 2 - A New Chapter by Marie Silk
The family saga continues in this sequel to Davenport House, resuming where book one leaves off in the spring of 1915. The family and servants must face their fears amid love and jealousy, grief and moving forward, and threat of imminent War with the World. The restructure of an upper class family affects all who live on the Pennsylvania estate. 22-year-old Mary Davenport stays occupied with [...]
 
Book: The Thornbearer (Penned in Time Book 1) by Pepper D. Basham
From the decks of the ill-fated Lusitania to the smoke-filled trenches of France, Ashleigh must choose between the forgiveness of her past, life in the present, and a Savior who can rescue her from them all. When her fiance leaves her eight months before their wedding, the unexpected blow ignites a battalion of insecurities stemming from her father's intimate betrayal. Her worst fears are [...]
 
Book: Dark Waters by Nick Korolev
Dark Waters is the tale of the sinking of the Lusitania on May 7, 1915. This high seas adventure tragedy is told from the viewpoints of Captain William Turner, her master, Junior Third Officer Albert Bestic, millionaire Alfred Vanderbilt, theater impresario Charles Frohman, and Kaptain Leutnant Walther Schwieger of the U-20 submarine who sank her. Added are the viewpoints of the fictional [...]
 
Book: Studying Geography and History Made Easy - Expanded Edition to include Visuals by Dr. Verta Midcalf
This book will give you all you need in one book from dates, times, events, definitions, vocabulary, and trends in Geography and History. Every child and adult should at least read this very simplified version for knowledge of US history and geography.. The book has been rated #1 by New York authors. It is hailed as THE book to get to gain knowledge that you are able to share in a knowledgeable [...]
 
Book: Saving Spade - Wwi Has Ended But the Battle to Save a Horse Has Just Begun by Dennis Ogden
Aboriginal Trooper Lewis Dunbar of the Australian 2nd Light Horse Brigade should be elated. The war said to end all wars is finally over and he is being sent home after two years of battle in the Arabian deserts...but he's not! "The horses are staying!" came the order. He cannot abandon Spade, the horse he reared, drove cattle on and faced death in many battles with. He will desert the army and [...]
 
Book: The Lunatic of Trenton by Eugene Williams
The Lunatic of Trenton (turn of the century), is about an old man telling his two grandchildren how he wanted to change the world, from the battlefields of WWI, to the intellectual's halls of England with Bernard Shaw to chasing Heir Wilhelm, across the fields of France, as he puts it "bugging around Serbia for the devil in an Austrian Top hat". Seeking out the wisdom, and danger were ever he [...]
 
Book: Paranormalcy - 9 Tales of Imagination by M. H. Tardiff
Explore ages past and present in this collection of short fiction, nine tales brimming with adventure and imagination, including: A time traveler serves up a unique brand of revenge... A WWI pilot encounters a living nightmare... A desperate salesman acquires godly powers... A young girl faces her fears amidst an endless winter... Plus, one never-before-published story, "The Index of Chawn Doe".
 
Book: Far Across The Sea - A family saga by Carmel McMurdo Audsley
An historical fiction novel that paints a vivid picture of life in the coal mining villages of Scotland in the early 1900s, and leads to life in the coal mines of Australia in the 1950s. FAR ACROSS THE SEA is a family saga that begins in Scotland in 1913, progresses through two world wars and follows a young man who takes up the offer of assisted passage to Australia as part of the Australian [...]
 
Book: Uncommon Notions by Eugene Williams
America may not be the birthplace of humor I am told that distinction belongs to the people that invented the cuckoo clock, when they weren't taking everything else so serious however, America is filled with uncommon people and a lot of them are sharing their own uncommon notions. You wont have to venture far to hear a few of my Uncommon Notions like a man in Kansas that for some reason believes [...]
 
Book: Four White Roses by Judy Ann Davis
When widower Rich Redman returns to Pennsylvania with his young daughter to sell his deceased grandmother's house, he discovers Grandmother Gertie's final request was for him to find a missing relative and a stash of WWI jewels. Torrie Larson, single mom, is trying to make her landscape center and flower arranging business succeed while attempting to save the lineage of a rare white rose brought [...]
 
Book: The Dagger Before Me (The Persephone Cole Vintage Mysteries Book 1) by Heather Haven
#1 in both Amazon's Historical Mystery and General Humorous categories. In 1942, no one had heard of a female shamus - not even in New York City -- until now. Meet Percy Cole, a newly inaugurated private investigator with a penchant for Marlene Dietrich suits, pistachio nuts, and men's fedoras. Halloween finds her backstage, during the previews of the latest Broadway production of Shakespeare's [...]
 
Book: The Barcelona Journal Murders - The Trials and Tribulations of a Photographer in 1906 by Jonathan Coan Daifuku
The Reviews... -"Mr Daifuku is a competent and engaging writer, building a complex story round a well-developed protagonist." (*) --- Helen Hollick & Nicky Galliers of HistoricalNovelSociety.org - - "It is evident the author is comfortably familiar with not only the setting, but the history of photography. A lot of historical details are interwoven into the story. I especially enjoyed the toilet [...]
 
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