William Peak’s debut novel, The Oblate’s Confession, returns us to that lost and mysterious time sometimes called “The Dark Ages.” It is based on extensive research into early ... Read full author bio >
"A vividly realized story of one boy’s attempt to live a life of faith in a time of war."
Myra Hargrave McIlvain tells stories, mostly tales about Texas and its unique history. She’s written a family humor column, Texas historical markers, and five books about Texas that were ... Read full author bio >
"A wonderful slice of history that animates mid-19th century Texas."
Dr. Kendall Price was born and raised in Columbia, Maryland, the third of four children. He attended high school at the Phillips Academy Boarding School in Andover, MA, a place ... Read full author bio >
"Price paints a vivid, intricate portrait of war, juggling a wide array of famous characters, including the notorious Hannibal, and using
meticulous research to flesh out this universe, rooted in historical facts and details. The prose is rich and involving, and
the twists are carefully designed and executed.
An inventive blend of Egyptian history and magic, this dynastic tale opens what promises to be a stellar series."
Vahan Zanoyan is a writer, traveler, global energy expert, retired executive, and anti-trafficking advocate.
Zanoyan has served as global energy consultant to numerous international and national oil companies, banks, and ... Read full author bio >
"...the story is relentlessly paced and brimming with historical insight."
John Schwartz has lived and worked in the USA, Latin America, Asia, Europe, and Fiji. He is the winner of the 71st Annual Writers Digest National Writing Competition. His winning ... Read full author bio >
"An epoch-spanning thriller that’s part academic mystery and part historical fantasy. Schwartz deftly weaves the romantic experiences of a pre-historical shepherd into an extended homily that punctuates the trials of the Middle East as the contemporary narrative plunges along in the best page-turner fashion. Not only linked well rhetorically, the prose here is something to behold and is evocative without sacrificing concision, an absolute demand of the thriller genre. Many readers will be convinced that a literary discovery of this magnitude really might change the course of contemporary politics, so confident and convincing is the vision of the novel. A wonderfully written, provocative novel…"
Diane Bonavist has been a co-founder of two publications, a photo lab technician, and a bus driver. She's compiled numerous technical manuals and indexes for fortune 500 companies. Her ... Read full author bio >
"A rich, intensely rewarding novel that humanizes a long-forgotten religious conflict."
Jocelyn Murray is a travel writer and historical fiction novelist. She has a special interest in history and archaeology which feed her passion for writing. She holds two university master ... Read full author bio >
"A historical novel offers a swashbuckling adventure set in Jacobean times."
My father, John Box, was a film production designer, working on ‘Lawrence of Arabia’, ‘Dr. Zhivago’, ‘The Great Gatsby’, ‘A Man For All Seasons’ and the musical ‘Oliver’. Our house ... Read full author bio >
"A stirring reminder of the horrors of war and a distinctive take on the timelessness of love."
Carol Buchanan writes historical Westerns about people forced to make dangerous choices to establish the law when gold, greed, and a vacuum of law led to ruffians’ rule and a ... Read full author bio >
"Stark is a compelling, complicated hero, one of several finely drawn characters who bring the Old West to life."
Born in Cambridge, England in 1950.
A former manufacturing manager, consultant, and sometime inventor, he spent most of his career in France and the USA.
In 2014 he authored a ... Read full author bio >
"“A family deals with a sleepy Northern town’s secrets in this enjoyably energetic romp.” – Kirkus Review for Bad Days in Broadacre.
“Rich with world history and a burning central question, the story provides an array of real-life characters and fascinating locations.” – Kirkus Review for The Black Carriage."
Besides his newest novel, BLOWBACK '07, Brian Meehl has written several awarding-winning novels for Random House: OUT OF PATIENCE, SUCK IT UP, SUCK IT UP AND DIE, and YOU DON ... Read full author bio >
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