Knight Assassin – YA Teen Historical Fantasy


Knight Assassin
(Entangled Teen)

by Rima Jean


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Seventeen-year-old Zayn has special powers she cannot control—powers that others fear and covet. Powers that cause the Templar Knights to burn Zayn’s mother at the stake for witchcraft.


When a mysterious stranger tempts Zayn to become the first female member of the heretical Assassins, the chance to seek her revenge lures her in. She trains to harness her supernatural strength and agility, and then enters the King of Jerusalem’s court in disguise with the assignment to assassinate Guy de Molay, her mother’s condemner.


But once there, she discovers Earic Goodwin, the childhood friend who still holds her heart, among the knights—and his ocean-blue eyes don’t miss a thing. Will vengeance be worth the life of the one love she has left?



Meet the Author: Rima Jean

Rima JeanRima Jean received a degree in archaeology from the University of Pennsylvania. After a dismal law school experience, she floundered a bit before accepting her calling: storytelling. She resides in Houston with her wonderful husband and two beautiful daughters, where she writes, edits, and dabbles in digital art.

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One Extraordinary Time – Historical Fiction

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One Extraordinary Time

Historical Fiction during 9/11


During August of 2001, life is carefree for Freddy Will. His life changed after 840 million dollars came his way, courtesy of an enormous bank error, along with witnessing the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. This historical fiction takes us through those turbulent events that changed Freddy’s life, and those close to him, forever!


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Historical Fiction: President Fionn

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President Fionn

Historical Fiction

by Christine Mary Flemming



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In 1930’s Ireland, Fionn Connolly is an eight year old boy with the imagination to move mountains. Fionn’s grandfather has big plans for him, giving him the nickname President Fionn, hoping that he will have the courage to make the trip to America that he wishes he’d made himself. A traumatising, violent incident transforms not only the life of Fionn, but everyone around him, leaving them scattered in all directions, only to be drawn back together decades later with the arrival of President Kennedy in Ireland. Fionn embarks on a fantastical adventure around Ireland, as he follows him on his tour of Ireland and this adventure of a lifetime changes his life forever.



The Kabbalist – (FREE Copy)
Historical Fiction, Mystery, Detective, Suspense, Thriller


The Kabbalist

Historical Fiction, Mystery, Detective, Suspense, Thriller

by Yoram Katz


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An old letter, discovered in Normandy, sends Jean de Charney, a young Frenchwoman, to present-day Israel, in pursuit of a 2,000 year old family secret. She teams up with local private-eye Yossi Luria and the two quickly realize that the old mystery is lethal and still claiming victims. Their quest takes them back into the Holy Land’s history, through the Napoleonic era and the Crusades, right into the origins of Christianity and of Kabbalah – the Jewish mystical tradition. What is this old secret that people in the 21st century are ready to kill for? It turns out to be startlingly more profound than a family mystery, with direct impact on Jean and Yossi’s personal lives. See Book Trailer.



Interview with Author: William Robertson

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 William Robertson

Master of Historical Novels and
Master of the Macabre & Gothic Horror

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Author of:  Horror Novels, Historical Fiction, Poetry, and short stories.

After graduating from college in 1973, William worked in factories, taught high school English, and ran a successful house painting business. His real love, though, was writing, and he began freelancing in 1978.

He quickly learned that while only 10% of his general interest stories and poems got accepted by magazines, 80% of his horror writing found its way into print. Also, there was a particularly difficult California editor who inspired him. He kept rejecting story after story, always adding the tease, “This was very close to what I’m looking for.” Soon, Robertson had 20 stories written, that rejected by the California editor, were later published worldwide. One of these tales, “Wide Spot in the Road,” was translated into the Romanian language.


William’s work has now appeared in over 500 magazines, e-zines, and anthologies in the U.S., Canada, England, Scotland, William Robertson -Bucktailswilliam-robertson-SeasonIreland, Wales, Romania, Australia, New Zealand, and Malaysia.

His other writing credits include eleven poetry collections, three audio books, twelve e-books, six volumes of short stories, a Viking novel, two French and Indian War novels, and nine historical fiction novels about the famous Civil War sharpshooters–the Bucktails.

 His horror collection includes:


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Hidden Flame – a Georgian Romance

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A Georgian Romance Novel

by Elizabeth Bailey

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In the tradition of Regency Romance, a gothic and scandalous tale of passion and a tangled inheritance.

Theda’s hopes of security fall apart when she becomes companion in an ill-kept and miserable mansion where quarrels abound and her employer is dying.


About the Author:

Elizabeth Bailey has 18 novels published by Harlequin Mills & Boon and a Georgian historical crime series with Berkley Books (Penguin US). But since she still loves romance, Elizabeth is delighted with the opportunity to publish her work independently.

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The Guardian of Genghis Khan’s Tomb

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The Guardian of
Genghis Khan’s Tomb

by Michael B. Hickland

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The wisdom of Genghis Khan was manifested in all his accomplishments. He came from one of several nomadic tribes occupying an area of Central Asia plagued by drought. Game had become scarce and farming almost nonexistent. Before becoming the Great Conqueror, he was namedTemujin. His father had been a chieftain of the Kiyad and was murdered by another clan. Temujin recognized early on that the ongoing conflict among the tribes would end badly for all. Strong and ruthless, he was a brilliant military strategist who made the necessary alliances to build a small army. With it he set about conquering each of the warring tribes and bringing them under his banner.


In 1227 the Great Conqueror died. Since then, finding the Tomb of Genghis Khan has been the obsession of tyrants, adventurers and treasure hunters alike. All have failed. It is a Genghis Khan fact that, looking at a map today, he had conquered a geographic area which would include 30 countries and 3+ billion people. The legend says that, in order to keep his tomb’s location secret, Genghis Khan slaughtered hundreds if not thousands of his captives after they had been forced to dig his burial site. He had amassed untold wealth with enormous quantities of jewels, gold and silver from his conquests which is believed to be buried with him.
So why hasn’t his crypt been found in almost eight hundred years? In Michael B. Hickland’s The Guardian of Genghis Khan’s Tomb, the Great Conqueror extracts a sacred oath from a special advisor. It binds both this trusted counselor and his family forever to protect the tomb and the most immense treasure ever known…….
Historical Fiction/Genghis Khan’s Treasure 
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An Accidental Spy by Jolyn Jones

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by Jolyn Jones

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The story opens in 1934 on the Spanish island of Ibiza. Following an incident at a fiesta Verity, a young English lawyer, is listed as a British spy by General Franco, the military governor of the island. She escapes just in time to avoid arrest.

Back in England, she returns to work in her father’s law firm but friendships made in Spain begin to shape the course of her life.

As the tumultuous events in Barcelona build up to the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War she is increasingly caught up in these events. As the Civil War gathers pace and the chaos builds, it becomes apparent that only she may be able to carry out a daring rescue mission. She finds that she has to make a choice between staying at home in a safe job or casting aside all conventions and being drawn into the shadowy world of espionage.

Can she both succeed and survive as a woman in a man’s world?

The intricate threads of the story draw together a group of diverse characters in London and Spain whose lives come together in an explosive conclusion as Verity becomes the target for sabotage and final betrayal in a battle whose outcome is far from predictable.

About the Author

Jolyn Jones was born and educated in the suburbs of London and did her initial training as a lawyer in London. On qualification as a solicitor, she continued her career as a commercial lawyer initially in a finance house and later in the automotive industry. She moved into private practice, firstly as a partner in a Birmingham law firm but later ran her own private commercial law practice.

One former Spanish boyfriend did propose to her at a bus stop in London but the rain soon quenched that relationship. She trained for a private pilot’s license for aeroplanes, held a balloon pilot’s license and owned her own hot air balloon. Jolyn Jones is married and lives in a small midland town in England.


Francesca of Lost Nation
by Bestselling Author: Lucinda Sue Crosby


Francesca of Lost Nation

by Lucinda Sue Crosby


Winner of Four Literary Awards

Francesca of Lost Nation is the story of a 59-year old woman and her granddaughter, Sarah, during the summer of 1947 in Lost Nation, Iowa.

Together, these best friends beard an arsonist in his den, conquer the skies and demonstrate to one another the greatest truth about love.

Join Lucinda Sue and all the quirky characters of Lost Nation, Iowa and discover one terrific read!

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Meet Bestselling Author: Lucinda Sue Crosby

Lucinda Sue Crosby is a prize-winning author who was named by TheAuthorShow in 2011 as one of “50 Authors You Should be Reading.”

She is a former Hollywood actress of “Pretty Woman,” and “Beaches” fame and toured as a professional tennis player.
Crosby is a Nashville songwriter, commissioned poet and award-winning journalist.

She is the author of Francesca of Lost Nation – a four-literary prize winning novel and Kindle bestseller.

She also has two other Kindle bestselling books:
The Adventures of Baylard Bear – Children’s Fiction with Adoption Theme

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Free kindle Book – Religious Fiction and Historical Romance

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 In Name Only

by Bestselling Athor Ellen Gable


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Caroline Martin’s life has finally taken a turn for the better. After years of hard work, she has met a virtuous and wealthy man whose love seems to promise the kind of life realized only within the comforting novels she keeps on her night table. Tragedy, however, will teach Caroline of the complexity with which God Himself authors the lives of those who turn towards Him.

Gold Medal Winner in Religious Fiction, 2010 IPPY Awards.


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