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After a successful career in real estate, N. E. Brown retired and began pursuing her passion for writing. Being a native Texan, Ms. Brown's love of Texas history inspires her to create true-to-life fictional characters from the past. She has written and published seven novels. "The Altercation" is...
Eric Schumacher
Eric Schumacher (1968 - ) is an American historical novelist who currently resides in Santa Barbara, California, with his wife and two children. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, and attended college at the University of San Diego. At a very early age Schumacher...
Steve Haberman
Paris, France: dark with fog, riots over police killings, and Far Right demagogues. Here state criminal investigator, Stanislas Cassel, grandson of a French propagandist for the Nazis during World War II, works at the Palace of Justice. Ashamed of his family's notoriety, he avoids anything political. Instead...
Charlton Daines
Charlton Daines is an academic and an afficionado of fine Literature. As such, he has sought to add to the collective of world Literature with the occasional selection that might appeal to those with a love of Classics and Historical Fiction. The occasional spot of Humour or...
Edward D. Webster
Edward D. Webster has had an eclectic mixture of careers, ranging from teaching Navajo students to managing transit operations. And he’s the author of a diverse collection of books. Webster admits to a fascination with unique, quirky and bizarre human behavior, and he doesn’t exempt himself from the mix. His...
Debra Shiveley Welch
Multi Award Winner Debra Shiveley Welch was born in Columbus, Ohio and now resides in Westerville with her husband Mark and son Christopher. A multi generational poet, Ms. Welch is the author of nine books and also writes essays, short stories and poetry.
Davide Mana
Born in Turin, Italy, 1967, Davide Mana studied science in Turin, London and Bonn; he holds a PhD in Geology and served his country playing Dungeons & Dragons in the Air Force. Through the years Davide has been a call center operator, language teacher, scarecrow,...
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Jacqueline T moore
Welcome, pleased to meet you. My southern-based sweet reads (with a bit of salty mixed in) are just right to read and then give to a friend. I love dressing as Missus Myra Gallaway, our wonderful widow, and entertaining readers at signings and theatrical appearances. Bless your heart, you surely...
John Meyer
Author John Meyer writes fictional travel memoirs—unique adventure stories that combine fun facts of history with present-day drama and humor. Always revolving around a fictitious love story and always based on his own thrilling journeys. After he was robbed in Rome and then found his...
Rosemary Noble
Rosemary writes historical novels based in the 19th century. After a career in educational librarianship, she has found a new career in retirement. One that combines her love of history and travel. The first two books are based in Australia and deal with female convict life and then life on...
Brenda Davies
About the Author: Brenda Jane Davies was born in Plymouth, England in the 1950's and her mother is of Cornish descent. She is related to the Cornish author and historian A.L.Rowse. From the Author: I live in Bristol, England with my husband and I combined...
Patrick Bran
Patrick Bran spent much of his early life moving around. As a young man he traveled everywhere from the Middle East to Antarctica by way of the US Army. He then returned home to Washington State, where he began college and started his lifelong involvement with theatre. Over the next...
Volker Fremuth
Do you believe in SANTA? Jason Pelham is a senior manager whose talents propel him toward the top of the food chain of one of the largest corporations in the world; but with his ascension he becomes aware of the corruption and predation that inherently seems to cast its shadow...
Richard Fleming
Richard Fleming has degrees from Northwest Missouri State and Florida State University, including a doctorate in mathematics. After forty-two years as a professor of mathematics at the University of Missouri, the University of Memphis, and Central Michigan University, he retired and began to indulge a lifelong love of history....
Crystal Miles Gauthier
He said all the right things... Then left her alone. Troianne Shelden is your everyday, intelligent student. With a love for history and stunning figure, she's a catch for any guy. But after a night of passion with a handsome stranger, introduced to her by their mutual friends, she finds...
Mark McMillin
Mark McMillin is a general counsel for a company in the aviation industry. His home is in the Atlanta, GA area.
H. Leighton Dickson
H. Leighton Dickson grew up in the wilds of the Canadian Shield, where her neighbours were wolves, moose, deer and lynx. She studied Zoology at the University of Guelph and worked in the Edinburgh Zoological Gardens in Scotland, where she was chased by lions, wrestled deaf tigers and fed antibiotics...
Gloria Zachgo
After raising two children and selling her home-based business, Gloria Zachgo discovered her artistic talents. When the walls of her home grew heavy with her eclectic drawings and paintings she found she also had a flair for writing fictional stories. One of those stories developed into her debut novel, "The...
Edwin Herbert
Could ancient secrets threaten Christianity? A Vatican team invites the young scholar Lex Thomasson to Egypt to help them solve a sequence of puzzles left by 5th century philosopher Hypatia in her attempt to preserve the truth about the hidden origins of Christianity ─ information the Church...
Cynthia Owens
I believe I was destined to be interested in history. One of my distant ancestors, Thomas Aubert, reportedly sailed up the St. Lawrence River to discover Canada some 26 years before Jacques Cartier’s 1534 voyage. Another relative was a 17thCentury “King’s Girl,” one of a group of young unmarried girls...
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