A British, London-based freelancer who apart from a recently published book also writes articles on current affairs with particular emphasis on the world's toleration of Israel's ethnic cleansing ... Read full author bio >
"A deeply political novel that tackles the long history of struggle in Israel."
D. C. Shaftoe’s books span the divide between contemporary romantic suspense and inspirational romance, providing gritty and thrilling adventures told from a Christian worldview. She's not afraid to ... Read full author bio >
"A highly enjoyable thriller with lots of intelligence and heart."
Len Joy’s first novel “American Past Time” was released April 19, 2014 with Hark! New Era Publishing.
He is the author of two short fiction collections, “Casualties” and “Survivors ... Read full author bio >
"A well-crafted novel that will particularly appeal to sports and history aficionados."
Liz Lehman's ownership in a chain of boutiques led her to the fashion capitals of the world. For lifestyle magazines she penned monthly columns on beauty and fashion. Characterized ... Read full author bio >
"This sprawling family blood feud suffers from an abundance of improbable plot twists and contrivances."
Grace Mattioli is the author of Olive Branches Don't Grow On Trees (2012) and Discovery of an Eagle (2014). She writes realistic fiction filled with humor and insight. Escape ... Read full author bio >
"by the end, (readers) may be surprised to find that they, too, have undergone an emotional odyssey...poignant and well-drawn."
Edmund Dollinger has been practicing estate and probate law for over fifty years, but not loan sharking or murder--nor have any of his clients lost their heads. This novel draws ... Read full author bio >
"An engaging narrative with a healthy dose of legal intrigue and local color."
Thomas A. Lewis is a veteran journalist (National Wildlife, Smithsonian, Civil War magazines) and broadcaster (Voice of America) who has written six non-fiction books, two of which received favorable critical ... Read full author bio >
"A riveting, somewhat terrifying work of political speculative fiction."
Jan Surasky has worked as a book reviewer, movie reviewer, and entertainment writer for a San Francisco daily newspaper. Her many articles and short stories have been published in national ... Read full author bio >
"Forbidden love and long-held secrets abound in Surasky's (RAGE AGAINST THE DYING LIGHT, 2012) compelling coming-of-age novel."
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