Frailty of Human Affairs (Queenmaker Series Book 1) by Angus Baker, Caroline

.The moderate man shall inherit the kingdom.That man needs to be the Queenmaker.London 1529 – Cardinal Wolsey has ruled England in King Henry VIII’s name for most of his reign. Now Henry wants to leave Queen Katherine, his extraordinary Spanish wife of twenty years, to marry Anne Boleyn and secure a male heir for the kingdom. Only God can end a marriage, through his appointed voices on Earth, the powerful Cardinal Wolsey, and Cardinal Campeggio sent from Rome in the Pope’s place.Wolsey’s faithful attendant, commoner Thomas Cromwell, has the mind, the skills and the ambition to secure a royal annulment. Cromwell’s forgotten past in Italy reappears with Campeggio’s new attendant, Nicóla Frescobaldi, the peculiar son of Cromwell’s former Italian master. While the great Cardinals of Christendom fight the King, the Pope and their God for an annulment, Cromwell and Frescobaldi hold the power over a country at war with its own conscience.Cromwell is called the double-minded man, whose golden eyes make money appear. Now Cromwell wants the power to destroy the Catholic Church in England. Frescobaldi is known as the waif-like creature, the Pope’s favourite companion, but Frescobaldi wants freedom from Pope Clement and his Medici family in Italy. Cromwell and Frescobaldi will place themselves into the heart of religious and political influence as they strive to create an English queen, or lose their heads for their crimes and sinful secrets.

Author: Angus Baker, Caroline

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Salem’s Theocracy: Shattered on the Rock of Witchcraft by Corinda Marsh

Little Dorcas Good was four years old when she was arrested for practicing witchcraft. She was chained in a dungeon jail, unable to walk about or see the light of day for months. Giles Corey was eighty years old when he was crushed to death for refusing to participate in the madness. Twenty innocent people died on Gallows Hill in Salem in 1692; more died in jail. Frightened girls accused men, women, and children of tormenting them through specters, ghosts, and witchcraft. The girls were spurred on by evil men who had hidden motives. All this was made possible by a Puritan Theocracy. Not until the theocracy smashed itself upon the rock did the tragedy end.

Author: Corinda Marsh

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Grady Lind Westerns: The Man and You Never Owed Me by Gerald Hartenhoff

The Grady Lind Western Boxed Set features ‘The Man’ and ‘You Never Owed Me.’

The Man

Grady Lind is big, strong and good looking. Woman can’t keep their eyes off of him. Men are intimated by him. He’s fast with a gun and good with his fists.

When people are terribly wronged, and the law can’t or won’t help them out, they turn to Grady Lind. He can fix the problem.

You Never Owed Me

Nancy McQuay is days away from giving birth when her husband’s men catch up to her in Yankton, South Dakota. When Carolyn Lind and her mother Anne Adams see the young girl being abducted, they try to help, and are rewarded with brutality.

Grady Lind left his old life behind when he married Carolyn and had a daughter. He’s been able to avoid violence for sometime now, and he has never been happier.

Unfortunately for Grady, his wife asks him to help the young Nancy McQuay, and he reluctantly agrees. Hopefully that won’t be a decision he soon regrets.

Author: Gerald Hartenhoff

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Gwen’s Gentlemen: Women’s Fiction (Seafarers Book 3) by Ruth Hay

A nineteenth century seaman’s journal. A woman searching for renewal. An unexpected friendship.Is it possible that Gwen’s life could be transformed like her sister Emily’s? If so, which of the gentlemen, dead or alive, will claim her affections?
In the first two books in the Seafarers Series, Emily Harrison finds her true love in Victor.
Now it could be her sister’s turn; but there is a problem.
 Gwen Harrison has never been an easy person to like. Perhaps it is because of her hard-scrabble existence, but when she is left on her own after her sister Emily’s marriage, she has to rethink her life and look to her future. And that means men!
Can she snag a man and persuade him she has changed her ways? Does she even want to?This is the third novel in the Seafarers series of discerning women’s fiction adventure books. It can be read as a standalone story.

Author: Ruth Hay

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Mother Seed: Summerland II Book 2 by Barry Friesen

Isaac and his family are shunned by their pacifist Mennonite community in historical Samara, Russia, but before they can flee to the New World, starving Russian soldiers bring violence to the settlement, and Isaac discovers he’s not the pacifist he was raised to be.

Author: Barry Friesen

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The September Plan Distant Innocence Part II by Stephen Miller

The September Plan Distant Innocence Part II. The long awaited final chapter to “Distant Innocence”. The movement is ready to execute their plan and Ike Weiss is directly in the line of fire. Will he succeed in his mission? Will the movement succeed in their plan? A story of heroes and villains, war and peace, where friendship and loyalty are tested by deceit and treachery. In a time and place where antiwar protest and patriotism fought hand to hand. The September Plan Distant Innocence Part II

Author: Stephen Miller

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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A Few Small Stones by Ogus Katz, Marilyn

The linked stories of A FEW SMALL STONES follow Alice and her extended immigrant family in 1940s New York City as they cope with the upheavals before, during and after World War II. The stories show the pain of separation and the guilt of survival, the price of upward mobility, and the ultimate disintegration of family. In one story, the sexism of the period devastates a brother and sister. Another examines the city’s racial divide, and still another takes us to a rally on the beaches in the summer of 1940 and the violent conflict between neo-Nazi isolationists and those who wanted to enter the war against Hitler and prevent the annihilation of Jews.​Although A FEW SMALL STONES occurs in a particular place from 1939 to 1948, immigrants and their families in every era will recognize the difficulty of adapting and adjusting to a new culture, language and land. Readers from all backgrounds will identify with the alliances and feuds, the jealousies and pains, the illness and death that divide and destroy families and the surprising acts of generosity and love that can bring reconciliation.

Author: Ogus Katz, Marilyn

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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