THIRTEEN HISTORICAL AUTHORS HAVE GOTTEN TOGETHER TO GIVE AWAY ONE COPY OF THEIR BOOK, JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Entries are open until midnight CST, December 19th, 2021. We will announce the winner December 21st, 2021. Audiobooks and e-books will be sent by Christmas, and print books mailed by January 8. Here’s what you can win …
THE LINES BETWEEN US by REBECCA D’HARLINGUE
A young girl flees 1661 Madrid, vanishing with an awful secret. Three centuries later and a continent away, a woman finds some hidden papers, discovering the reason for the flight so long ago, and for her own mother’s enigmatic dying words.
Winner for New Fiction in the Independent Press Awards.
THE ALOHA SPIRIT by LINDA ULLESEIT
Married and the mother of two by nineteen, Dolores’s quest to find the aloha spirit within herself—and to escape the abuse of her alcoholic husband—leads her to flee Hawaii after the bombing of Pearl Harbor for California, where she seeks to make a new life for herself. But her past isn’t so easily left behind.
FANNY NEWCOMB & THE IRISH CHANNEL RIPPER by ANA BRAZIL
A Jack the Ripper copycat is terrorizing the women of Gilded Age New Orleans. Can amateur detective Fanny Newcomb stop the Irish Channel Ripper before he murders again?
Winner of the Independent Book Publishers Association GOLD for Historical Fiction
ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE by MICHAEL ROSS
Where do you go when home is no longer an option?
The guns of the Civil War have ceased … the shots are but an echo… yet the war rages on deep inside Will Crump’s soul.
Dove, a young Shoshone woman longs for home and freedom.
Together, Will and Dove must reach Across the Great Divide.
BOOP AND EVE’S ROAD TRIP by Mary Helen Sheriff
“A heartwarming trek through the South as grandmother and granddaughter uncover secrets held for generations as well as confront family issues, all while having a little fun…a touching intergenerational romp” –Kirkus Review
HAUNTINGS by D. APPLE et al
Ten ghostly tales that will take you into times and lives lost. You will encounter a tormented Roman general. A Norse woman must confront her terrifying destiny. Meet a troubled Saxon brother, searching for his twin’s murderer. A young nurse tries to solve the mysteries of an asylum for the insane. A hotel owner struggles to corral his annoying ghosts—and face his own fears.
With a foreword by the eminent author of histories of medieval women Sharon Bennett Connolly.
CARRYING INDEPENDENCE by KAREN A. CHASE
With pressure mounting to join the American Revolution, an intrepid young Post rider, Nathaniel Marten, accepts the task of carrying the sole copy of the Declaration of Independence to seven congressmen whose signatures will unite the colonies. “Exceptionally researched to the very end.” (Colonial Review)
THE LOST DIARY OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON BY SOPHIE SCHILLER
In 1765, Alexander Hamilton arrives in St. Croix to begin a new life with his family, but secrets from his past threaten to tear his family apart as he undergoes a series of tests and challenges in his quest for fame and glory.
LEAD ME HOME by THERESA HUPP
In 1847, Mac McDougall seeks adventure on the Oregon Trail. As he passes through Missouri, he rescues Jenny Calhoun. On the arduous six-month trek, Mac and Jenny face the best and worst in themselves and in each other, while discovering the beauty and danger of the western frontier.
KATHARINA DELIVERANCE by MARGARET SKEA
Following the death of her mother and her father’s remarriage, five-year-old Katharina is placed in the convent at Brehna. She will never see her father again.
Sixty-five miles away, at Erfurt in Thuringia, Martin Luder, a promising young law student, turns his back on a lucrative career in order to become a monk.
The consequences of their meeting in Wittenberg, on Easter Sunday 1523, will reverberate down the centuries and throughout the Christian world.
THE HERON by JEAN M. ROBERTS
Professor Abbey Coote receives an invitation to the idyllic Pine Tree House. While exploring, Abbey comes face to face with Mary Foss, a woman dead for 350 years. Through a time/mind interface, Abbey experiences the horrors of Mary’s life, living at the edge of the civilized world in the 1690’s New England.
THE COFFIN PATH by KATHERINE CLEMENTS
Maybe you’ve heard tales about Scarcross Hall, the house on the old coffin path. They say there’s something up there, something evil. Mercy Booth isn’t afraid. The moors are her home and lifeblood. But, beneath her certainty, strange events are beginning to trouble her. When a stranger appears seeking work, Mercy reluctantly takes him in. This man will change everything, she just can’t see it yet.
PARIS IN RUINS by M.K. TOD
Paris 1870. Raised for a life of parties and servants, Camille and Mariele have much in common, but it takes the horrors of war to bring them together to fight for the city and people they love.
The story of two women whose families were caught up in the defense of Paris is deeply moving and suspenseful ~~ Margaret George, author of Splendor Before the Dark: A Novel of the Emperor Nero.
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