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Byron Beyond the Firmament by Neil S Reddy @thistribe
Lord Byron's lost sci-fi masterpiece... or is it a true account of the MAD BAD & DANGEROUS TO KNOW kidnapping by aliens? It's Gothic Sci-fi, Georgian Steampunk. A real sci-fi romp based in historical fact... perhaps.
Kindle: £3.99 - Paperback £12.99
Displaced: Both Feet In The Game by JJ Carroll
Three seventh-grade virtual reality gamers from 2076 travel back 100 years and across 4,000 miles on a game-inspired, villain-dodging rescue mission to help three displaced colonials get back to 1776.
Kindle: $5.99 - Hardback: $16.95
Dreams and Secrets by Helen G Huntley @helenghuntley1
A rancher in Denver Colorado falls in love with a young woman and his desire for her is overwhelming. as a result he keeps aloof from her eventually driving her away. They both learn from the Arapaho Indians how to relax and be themselves. In the mean time trouble is brewing in town among the ex-cavalry soldiers.
The Ghost of Manor Ren by Helen G Huntley @helenhhuntley1
"The dark, gloomy manor had been haunted for a hundred years…or so they all believed.
No one ever knew what really happened on that day in 1845, when Reilly and Lon Ren mysteriously disappeared. The bodies were never found.
It’s now 1945, and Claude Wallace doesn’t believe in ghosts. He needs that property for its location and a place to deposit his daft but necessary wife.
By the time Reilly and Lon are finished with Claude, he and his nefarious allies will all believe in ghosts."
Of Such Is the Kingdom: A Novel of Biblical Times in Three Parts by James M. Becher
"Can a cynical, nonconformist, dry-goods salesman, a disgruntled blacksmith, and a musing mendicant all find true fulfillment in ancient Palestine? And at what cost? Find out in this intriguing 2020 Readers Favorites award winner.
The nonconformist, Manaheem, Herod's truth-seeking foster brother, is hired by Herod Antipas to foment an insurrection against Pontius Pilate, whom Herod fears.
Manaheem, in turn, recruits the disgruntled blacksmith, Barabbas, to lead the insurrection - much to the dismay of Barabbas's Godly but fearful wife.
Imagine Pontius Pilate as a weak ruler, whose wife pushes him to take over Herod's territory.
Imagine a young pensive mendicant, who joins with an older beggar unsympathetic to his younger partner's musings.
Meanwhile, Manaheem reunites with his former wife, Claressa. Then, in need of money, after much soul searching, tries to blackmail Herod, losing Claressa in the process. Will he win her back?
Barabbas turns to robbery, enlisting the aid of the two beggars.
Timotheus, the younger beggar almost turns back
Does redemption lie ahead, and at what cost to those who find it? Find out in this incredible tale filled with conflict, suspicion, and treachery.
You will also discover (fictionally or factually):
How the coming of the Magi effected Manaheem's decision to become a nonconformist
Why Barabbas decided to accept the stranger's challenge and become an insurrection leader
The effect of the life and death of Jesus on young beggar, Timotheus
How Pontius Pilate's wife influenced his enmity with Herod Antipas
The effect of Jesus' death on Barabbas and who he later became
Pilate's deep regret over Jesus' crucifixion and how it could have led to his tragic end.
The rivalry between Herod Antipas and his nephew, Herod Agrippa
The relationship between Agrippa and Caligula
How both Herods end up in Jail at different times.
How a murder victim's family could come to forgive the perpetrator
How Pilate's wife ends up in the Church
How persecution caused the early church to grow and flourish"
Kindle: $2.99 - Paperback: $24.95
The Monster of Arden by Helen G Huntley @helenghuntley1
"The small town of Arden, Massachusetts has been put under a spell by a four-hundred-year-old warlock masquerading as a preacher who calls himself Levi.
With an appetite for handsome young men, he has made his latest prey the most powerful man in Arden.
After a horrible double murder and one young girl left half insane, the people of the town are riled up into a frenzy and burn the house of an innocent family with them in it.
Levi doesn’t know the family is not dead.
Immediately, everything begins to go awry. There are multiple sorcerers opposing him. Who are they? Where did they come from?
Ten years later, the young man he thought they had killed that fateful night, returns as the police chief of Arden, bent on revenge. He will use justice agents, the police force and his sorcerer connections to bring Levi and his criminal lover to justice.
In the meantime, Levi can sense somewhere, one of his warlock brothers is near, having hunted him for hundreds of years to destroy him. Levi doesn’t know where he is or who he is.
The Monster of Arden, is a gripping paranormal suspense with a sweet romance and a happy ending."
The Sea Ghost by Helen G Huntley @helenghuntley1
"Judith Adams is traveling on one her own merchant ships, heading for Cadiz, Spain from London, England. The cantina she owns in Cadiz, has been taken over by rebels and some of her workers are being held hostage. Her only thought is to try to save them.
When her ship is attacked by the infamous pirate they call the Sea Ghost, she employs him and his crew to help her against the rebels. He is more than willing to help her since he is captivated by her from the beginning. She has no idea that Lennox Cantor her childhood sweetheart has set a trap for her. He is waiting filled with malice, thoughts of torture and revenge for her rejection of him. Filled with anger and impatience, he has already been thwarted and outmaneuvered by the Sea Ghost as he tried to reach Cadiz. Lennox doesnt know Judith has hired this same pirate to help her. How will Lennox respond when he finds out that not only has the Sea Ghost destroyed his plans and taken everything he has, but he has also taken his woman? “The Sea Ghost” is an action, adventure, romance, with a host of fascinating characters, set in early nineteenth century."
THE TWENTY-ONE-YEAR CONTRACT by LB GRIFFIN
"Only a Simple shoebox, but with life-changing secrets…
Kathleen Gray—talented, a little wild, at times rebellious, but always popular—has a fun, easy life in rural Somerset, with a doting family.
Suddenly, they are gone, everything is changed, and she has only Uncle Jack. Try as he might, he cannot be father and mother to her—he has a business to run and his own life to manage.
Kathleen takes a chance and becomes Kate Westfield, fending for herself in London, with a new life built on her hopes and dreams and new friends. She could hardly have imagined that one of those friends has a shoebox full of answers.
Kindle: £4.47 - Paperback £14.99