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  • Lincoln Cathedral

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    Jack Borden, an RCAF pilot, is in Halifax awaiting transport to England, and he meets Shelagh Pearson of the RCAF Women's Division also awaiting orders. A complicated whirlwind wartime courtship ensues. This is primarily Jack's story. Gaps between ...


  • Farewell The Innocent

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    When Virginia secedes from the Union, Wil Harleck can hardly wait to put on the uniform and march off to battle like his older brother. With faith untested and the wide-eyed optimism of youth, the 19-year-old preacher’s son from the Shenandoah ...


  • Redemption Denied

    Winning by Dishonour by

    This is a fact based captivating narrative about the life of a Mossad operative whose destiny has been decided for him through extraordinary circumstances. His world of subterfuge and deceit kept him from experiencing love, and his motive for living ...


  • Last Run

    The Gauntlet Runner Book VII by

    Jacob Murray finally has what he wanted…almost. He is still tired from a war that has dragged on close to seven years. He desperately wants to get home but he has his obligations. He finally has Maggie by his side, only as fate has it, heartbreak is ...


  • Appointment in Delphi

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    The oracle at Delphi once guided the paths of kings and commoners alike, from the Temple of Apollo high on Mount Parnassus. At one time, it was considered to be the centre of the world, but in the tiny and peaceful Greek village of Ano Hora, hidden ...


  • Secrets of a Soldier

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    Secrets of a Soldier explores the wartime history of one remarkable family through the dramatic story of Paul Bonenfant, a soldier in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces during World War One. Paul bravely serves in many brutal battles, including the ...


  • Out of Darkness

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    A youthful Paddy escapes his Irish homeland to avoid persecution for avenging his father’s murder. He learned dog handling and formed strong emotional ties with German Shepherd dogs while in seclusion at an uncle’s farm in England. Subsequently, he ...


  • The Bearer's Burden

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    It’s 1915. WW1 has been raging for six months. Twenty-three year old miner Joe Mathieson lives in a small community on the east coast of Fife, Scotland. His life is joyless, his future bleak. Unlike his older brother, Fred, who enlisted in the army ...


  • The Place Between the Pillars

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    "He talked quickly and enthusiastically as the cocaine dripped down the back of his throat, and he knew he was trying to impress the drug dealer. He told him how the world shook if you were close enough and the blast was strong enough—how up and ...