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Book: Llywelyn by Michael Hill
Dyffryn bendithion daw: ... a beautiful valley in Wales, loved by Llywelyn, where he has lived and farmed all his life, but is now losing possession. It has been taken for a reservoir. He has fought all he can, but to no avail, and lost his wife and son in the process. He may also be losing his mind. Nerys, Llywelyn's daughter, feels alone and isolated, caring for her young son Davie, trying to [...]
 
Book: Sanación III - Remnants of the Dome by Mary Louise Davie
Admiral Steve Jensenn and his crew are back on their deep space vessel, Sanacion, laying communications satellites that will keep them connected to their friends on the planet Sana. With thirty-four thousand civilians aboard, they also are seeking a new home, a planet that will give them refuge. They've even brought along one of the natives of Sana, a Cicada named Rufus. Life is good onboard [...]
 
Book: In Many Ways by Peter Carroll
A young man is abducted and mutilated for talking out of turn... ...and a policeman is murdered as a result - all in a day's work for Danny O'Neill, Scotland's most notorious gangster. Meanwhile, small-time drug dealer and shop worker Davie Argyle has just crossed O'Neill's path. Davie has been waiting a long time for this. He needs to swallow his pride and convince O'Neill to trust him. Thing [...]
 
Book: Revenge by Ann Robbins Phillips
On October 28, 1862, the Hoopers break into the house of the Watson family and kill three men, injure and resultantly kill one teenage girl, and rape another young woman. Nine-year-old Nathe Watson is a witness to this western North Carolina Mountain massacre, but escapes through a window to get help at the urging of his mother. When he returns, it is to find the heads of the men atop pike poles [...]
 
Book: Storykeeper (Nine-Rivers Valley) by Daniel A. Smith
"A stunning novel and a joy to read" Helen Hollick, Managing Editor - Historical Novel Society (Editor's Choice) "Smith writes fluidly, and the society he depicts is intriguingly complex." - Kirkus Reviews "Steeped in immediacy and vivid detail." D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer - Midwest Book Review The first recorded Europeans to cross the Mississippi River reached the western shore on June 18, [...]
 


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