Meet the Devil, a most unusual sort, and take a surprising, compassionate, and, at times, unsettling Christmas Eve trip through London. From Charing Cross Station and back again, the Devil has a set of tasks that he must accomplish before midnight.
Based on the lives of real people, The River Remembers is a tender and powerful account of the lives of three women in 1830’s Michigan Territory.
Susan E. Sage has captured a powerful love between two people living through the 1920s, the Great Depression, and leading up to the WWII years. She has hit upon the universal theme of pursuing dreams, and the ways that those dreams are fulfilled, or left unfulfilled, and sometimes crushed. Sometimes they are left hanging in the wind as a person passes from one life to the next.
Book review: Dayna Benning, a travel writer, is in Spain on assignment to write a feature article for a travel magazine.
A fun, delightful, charming romantic comedy by Lolo Paige
The Sand Castle by K.S. Hollenbeck K.S. Hollenbeck has written a remarkable account of a woman in a man’s prison. In 1886 Flossie “The Flame” Abbot prefers Gila Territorial to life beyond the prison walls. Once a grand beauty and celebrated performer, Flossie now...
Anne Schroeder has written a well-researched historical novel set on the Oregon Trail in 1848. Walk the Promise Road is full of authentic detail, young wisdom, and amazing courage. It is brimming with the good-hearted, hard-working values of another time, a time when neighborly kindness thrived, a time when a neighbor’s help might mean the difference between life or death.