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Book: Vagrant Prince by Jacob Kilgore
Battles, blood, and psychological collapse! A young boy is nearly burned alive in a church as steel-wielding English troops assault his town. Within these pages is the story of Thomas Ashcroft, who grows up trying to be noble, but cannot shake the trauma he endured. The man responsible for the harm done to him, Admiral Constantyne, feels the wrath strike back in the way of a kidnapped daughter [...]
 
Book: Renaissance Queens (The Legendary Women of World History) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
Now at last three Legendary Women of World History biographies in a single three-book collection volume. Begin your journey through time with Catherine de Valois, the French princess whose courage in the face of her father's mental illness and Henry V's war with France changed history forever. Then follow two of Catherine's direct descendants, Queen Mary Stuart and Queen Elizabeth Tudor, as they [...]
 
Book: Angels Unawares by Hugh Ashton
Gerardo, formerly Bishop of the city of Nessuna in medieval Italy, writes his memoirs as he listens to the muezzin's call to prayer in the city of Lamakan. Exiled by his boyhood friend, Pietro, who has risen to power in Nessuna, Gerardo knows details of too many things that Pietro would sooner remain hidden. Gerardo's friends tell him of the arrival of an angel in Lamakan, expecting him to be [...]
 
Book: Gift of the Pharaohs - Renaissance Egypt by Allen L Pollens
The Egyptian civilization began in 3150 BC with the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the first pharaoh. Its history is that of a series of stable kingdoms, separated by some less stable periods. The success of the ancient Egyptian civilization came partly from its ability to adapt to the conditions of the Nile River valley for agriculture. The predictable flooding and controlled [...]
 
Book: The Jewel of the Glen - The Glen Highland Romance by Michelle Deerwester-Dalrymple
What happens with a striking beauty finds herself at the mercy of kings and lords? When Caitrin MacCollough returns to her brother's lands, she believes she has found a safe haven, a sanctuary. A striking beauty, one that is legendary in the Highlands, she attracts attention from everyone, including the king of Scotland, Sir Robert the Bruce. But after a lifetime of loneliness, the pandemonium of [...]
 
Book: Renaissance - The Fall and Rise of a King by Marla Skidmore
The Plain of Redemore, 22nd August 1485 - Richard III - betrayed and defeated! His gaze sweeps over the bloody carnage surrounding him. A cry goes up: "We have found the king!" He sees Henry Tudor standing triumphant over a mauled and battered corpse and hears him whisper, "It is done. England is mine." How can this be, when he is not dead? With the help of his celestial mentor Father Gilbert, a [...]
 
Book: Circle of Time by Debra Shiveley Welch
When 21-year-old Bridget Littleton decides to borrow her father's yacht and sail off of the tip of Florida toward Bermuda, she discovers that the legends about the Bermuda Triangle are true. After seeing a face in the ocean waves, her next memory is of spinning water and blackness. She awakens in the town of Bristol England in the year 1532. Rumors of her beauty reach the court, and soon Bridget, [...]
 
Book: Mary Queen of the Scots (The Legendary Women of World History Book 3) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
Queen Mary Stuart was one of the most beloved and controversial women in Scottish history. The granddaughter of King James IV and his wife Margaret Tudor, Queen Mary's status as heiress-apparent to Queen Elizabeth's throne in England paired with the violence of the Scottish Reformation set the stage for one of the most dramatic and poorly understood lives of the 16th century. Mary Queen of the [...]
 
Book: Queen Elizabeth Tudor - Journey to Gloriana (The Legendary Women of World History Book 4) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
"I am by your Council from you commanded to go to the Tower, a place more wanted for a false traitor than a true subject, which though I know I desire it not, yet in the face of all this realm it appears proved," wrote Princess Elizabeth Tudor in her eleventh-hour letter to sister Queen Mary as guards waited to transport her to the prison at the Tower of London. Queen Elizabeth is perhaps the [...]
 
Book: FLORENCE: A Traveler's Guide to its Gems & Giants (ITALY TRAVEL) by Patty Civalleri
Plunge into a non-traditional Florence Italy Travel Guide that will get you hooked before you ever leave home. In this guide book, you will not find information about food, bars or hotels in Florence. Any website or app will give you such information, right? Sure, while on your trip, you will want to enjoy great Italian meals and wine. And you will. Because amazing food is on every single block [...]
 
Book: Renaissance To The Dawn Of A New Age, Single Set Games, Book One Vol. 2 - A Qualitative Validation For The Art Of Psychological Warfare (Volume 2) by ...
Message from Author/Inventor Siafa B. Neal "The need to add pizzazz to the already complex game of chess has been and still is my fascination. The rudimentary levels of the game of conventional chess was taught to me by my Dad, the Late David Franklin Neal, Sr. In the past there was a fascination to add adventure and intellectual dynamics to the classical conventional game of chess. The result of [...]
 
Book: Atomic Renaissance - American Women Mystery Writers of the 1940s and 1950s by Jeffrey Marks
America in the 1950s was a place of Eisenhower, the Korean Conflict, McCarthy, and Sputnik. Women found themselves trapped into a mold of Donna Reed and June Cleaver, marginalized by the hyper-masculinity of the age. Mystery fiction had become a male bastion as well, promoting hardboiled private eye novels and spy fiction. It would be another three decades before groups to promote equality [...]
 
Book: The Millenium Malevolence (Book 1) by Kyle Robertson
Free first book in series! In the medieval times, there was an immortal that was the perceived scourge who rivaled the Black Death plague in the Renaissance.. Chorlisr Remmik, a Protector from the Ktaldeik (Tal-DEEK) had to defend the village against the eternal. He had to use witchcraft in order to damage him. The immortal, Gavis, was just sitting by a fire with his eternal mate in a cottage [...]
 
Book: Tyson - a sister's love be limitless by B.L. Wilson
Tyson, a sister's love be limitless is a fictional whodunit written in the voice of a 27-year-old, southern "colored" woman, Leonia Gillette. She and her big brother, Tyson, come north to escape a drunken father who tried to rape her. They settle in Harlem in 1927 during the Harlem Renaissance and just before the Great Depression. In 1932, somebody castrates, then murders Tyson in a Harlem [...]
 
Book: Loving Leonardo - The Quest by Rose Anderson
Book 2 in the ongoing Loving Leonardo story. Art Historian Nicolas Halstead never could have imagined a book Leonardo da Vinci created for his lover Salai existed, let alone lead to subtle declarations of love worked into da Vinci masterpieces. Nor did he ever picture himself a married man in a polyamorous relationship. Happy and content, lovers Nicolas, Ellie, and Luca embark on a quest to learn [...]
 
Book: Catherine de Valois (The Legendary Women of World History Book 2) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
War made her queen of England. Her love for a Welshman made her immortal. Best known as Henry V's Agincourt bride from Shakespeare's "Henry V," Catherine de Valois was an extraordinary woman of faith, courage, and conviction in an age of politically powerful women. A younger daughter to King Charles VI of France terrorized by his mental illness, Princess Catherine survived the ravages of his [...]
 
Book: Seasons of Glass by L. E. Frost
Bored and restless, Jasper thinks he will never escape the sleepy, desert town of Benton. Little does he know that his life is about to become more exciting than he could ever imagine. Jasper's wild ride begins one day when an odd little man brings a magic mirror into the antique shop owned by his mother. The mirror's magic is activated by a sequence of notes Jasper unknowingly strums on his [...]
 
Book: The Bad Poet by Michael Paul Fuller
The tragedy of 9-11 changed many things for Americans that will never be the same. In the cloudy days soon thereafter, Carla King's husband disappeared without a trace and she was left with their daughter to survive. After their divorce, she was living a mundane life one day at a time when one night while out with friends, she runs into Cutino Grigsby, her mister right. From the start, time spent [...]
 
Book: Magic, the Esoteric and the Occult by Stephen Wakefield
Sacred Sites... Bizarre Rituals... Deities, Demons, and Man as a God... Little has caused so much controversy in the history of humanity as magic and mysticism. Capable of stirring wonder and revulsion in equal measure, they are timeless and omnipresent aspects of who and what we are - and, it seems, capable of revealing our loftiest ideals and most squalid perversions. This book charts the [...]
 
Book: The Individual is Rising - Liberty, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Asset Allocation, and Education Reform for the Coming Reset by Joe Withrow
A specter is haunting the modern world... Society has undergone a massive change over the past several decades - the type of change from which there is no return. This change has been the transition from the Industrial Age to the Information Age; a transition which is still in its infancy. Though still an infant, the Information Age is here, and we are living within its early stages. Most people [...]
 
Book: Machine of God by D. A. Metrov
A Steampunk Fantasy Novel The story of a Leonardo da Vinci airship that could have changed history! AUTHOR'S PREFACE In 2011, in the Swiss Alpine village of Appenzell, a local banker, Messr. Didier Allenbach, inherited the meager estate of his uncle, Peter Gunld Gensler. The "estate" consisted of little more than a moldering trunk full of antique books which had been found in the old man's attic. [...]
 
Book: The Grace Painter by Mark Romang
Sometimes the hardest person to forgive is the one in the mirror reflecting back at you. Matthew London can attest to this difficult truth. He was once a highly respected hostage negotiator for the NYPD. But then a bungled hostage scene destroyed his career. Now all London wants is to be left alone to lick his wounds. For eight years he has lived like a hermit in a declining plantation house, a [...]
 
Book: The Nile Conspiracy (Legends of the Winged Scarab Book 5) by Inge H. Borg
Riveting adventure and international intrigue find Naunet and Jonathan Wilkins back in Egypt where the construction of The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam portends a catastrophe of biblical proportions. Imagine the mighty Nile running dry due to human interference. Impossible? Only too soon, this very threat may become a devastating reality in the 21st Century. Amidst their struggle to save an [...]
 
Book: ZO by Leanne Owens
Four famous Australians rush from around the world to help their childhood friend, Ally. They owe her their lives, but they betrayed her in the past and she disappeared for decades. Now that they've found her, they will do anything to keep her alive, even listen to her stories of Zo, the man she loved all her life... Lorenzo de' Medici, a man who lived five hundred years ago. Sometimes, being a [...]
 
Book: The Sons of Brabant - Book I of The Devil's Bible Series by Michael Bolan
Europe is on fire. Fuelled by religion, politics and power, war rages across the continent, pitting father against son, and brother against brother. In the wake of such conflict come horrific famine and deadly plagues. Rumours begin to surface of the End of Days, of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and the violent Renaissance of Mankind. As Europe burns, betrayal and feuding rages in the [...]
 
Book: A Greektown Wedding (Greektown Stories Book 4) by Suzanne Jenkins
What does a lawyer using a cop as a beard, a beautiful detective in love with a member of the SWAT Team, and a guy with a broken heart have in common? A Wedding! Relationships are blooming as Spring approaches after a typical Michigan winter. Even the murders revolve around relationship and romance. Love is in the air for Detroit Homicide Detective Jill. Mark Castro, SWAT member of the Detroit [...]
 
Book: An Emperor Among Us - The Eccentric Life and Benevolent Reign of Norton I, Emperor of the United States, as Told by Mark Twain by David St. John
As cigar smoke hangs heavy in Mark Twain's sitting room, the members of the Monday Evening Club eagerly await his presentation, which they think will be the reading of his paper The Decay of the Art of Lying. Instead, Twain changes his mind and enthralls his audience with the true tale of one man's unconventional and fascinating journey through life. It is 1849 when a thirty-one-year-old Jewish [...]
 
Book: Writing Deep Point Of View - Professional Techniques for Fiction Authors (Writer's Craft Book 13) by Rayne Hall
Do you want to give the readers such a vivid experience that they feel the events of the story are real and they're right there? Do you want them to forget their own world and worries, and live in the main character's head and heart? The magic wand for achieving this is Deep Point of View. Readers love it, because it gives them the thrill of becoming a different person. The reader doesn't just [...]
 
Book: The Millennium Malevolence (Book 4) by Kyle Robertson
Conclusion of the four eBook series (Get the entire series under The Millennium Malevolence) In the 24th century, Adama Aruna was a history mentor who had been through a life changing suspenseful adventure. It began for her when she went out with her fellow lady mentors, Nanjiri and Alexis to Scallywags so the other two could meet men. Adama was unfortunately the only one to meet a guy, except [...]
 
Book: From Bach to the Beatles - How Music Started by K.R. Hillyer
Bach did not invent Music. Music didn't stop when the Beatles broke up in 1971. These are simply bookends K.R. Hillyer uses for a lighthearted look at Music through the Ages. Hear how Sid Caesar discovers melody, using his fellow cavemen as test subjects. Join us as we wander with the Ancient Egyptians and their musical cats or the Greeks and their hilarious choruses (not). There's always those [...]
 


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