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By Matrinna Woods
Bertha, is a slave on Master Jackson’s plantation in Mississippi before the start of the American Civil War. She is young, sassy, driven, head-strong, and beautiful.

Bertha is allowed to work inside of the big house, which is taboo at the time because of her darker skin color. Upon starting working inside of the house she is met with many unexpected challenges that she has to overcome and these challenges do not prepare her for her biggest challenge yet, when she meets a similarly feisty Julia, who is the niece of Master Jackson.

Julia’s and Bertha’s personalities clash initially however, they eventually develop an unspoken friendship through unlikely circumstances and their mutual adoration starts to develop that contradicts their time, their circumstance, and their race.

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By Guy R. Lacroix
In the eyes of his grandson, Max, Roland Langevin is a hero who has always been silent about his war experiences. But while in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, Roland is reminded by Max that it is the fifty-seventh anniversary of D-Day. Suddenly, Roland, who is overcome with emotion, is transported back in time to when he was an eighteen-year-old Canadian soldier landing in Northwest Europe to fight the Nazi regime. As Roland finally begins to share his memories with Max, his grandson has no idea that a painful secret is about to be revealed.

It is 1943 when Roland presents himself to the Canadian Army’s recruitment office with his best friend, Jean-Pierre Bernier, without any idea he has just signed up for hell. After he completes his training, Roland details to Max how he and Jean-Pierre headed to Europe, excited to beat the Nazis and Hitler. But as Roland tells Max how he bravely faced the worst atrocities of the war, he inadvertently reveals a painful secret. Max decides to investigate the secret, leading to an unforgettable reunion, linking the past with the present.

In this historical tale, a Canadian veteran of WWII travels back in time to relay his personal story to his grandson. He soon discovers that love has the power to transcend time and even war. He is finally led to the answers he has been seeking for more than fifty years.

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By Elaine Kiesling Whitehouse

In the autumn of 1775, the year prior to the Battle of Long Island, four young women meet their destinies at an inn called Hart’s Tavern on the south shore of Long Island.

Hannah Hart is the motherless 14-year-old daughter of Peter Hart, the inn’s proprietor. She is strong, independent and curious, with a thirst for intellectual discovery. Yet her days are occupied with chores and caring for guests at the inn.

Evie is their slave who was sold to Peter Hart when she was just a little girl. She is in love with a Patriot spy and longs to be free. Violet White is the beautiful schoolmistress who came to America to seek adventure, but who finds herself caught in the dilemma of being a loyal British subject among the colonists who no longer view themselves as such.

Wyanjoy is a Native American, one of the last members of the Secatogue tribe that inhabits the outskirts of town. She is pregnant, unmarried, and sees the members of her tribe dying off from disease brought by the white men.

Set against the background of the British occupation of Long Island the women find themselves caught up in historic and profound change and hardship in the midst of trying to figure out their own destinies.


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By Guy R. Lacroix
In the eyes of his grandson, Max, Roland Langevin is a hero who has always been silent about his war experiences. But while in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, Roland is reminded by Max that it is the fifty-seventh anniversary of D-Day. Suddenly, Roland, who is overcome with emotion, is transported back in time to when he was an eighteen-year-old Canadian soldier landing in Northwest Europe to fight the Nazi regime. As Roland finally begins to share his memories with Max, his grandson has no idea that a painful secret is about to be revealed.

It is 1943 when Roland presents himself to the Canadian Army’s recruitment office with his best friend, Jean-Pierre Bernier, without any idea he has just signed up for hell. After he completes his training, Roland details to Max how he and Jean-Pierre headed to Europe, excited to beat the Nazis and Hitler. But as Roland tells Max how he bravely faced the worst atrocities of the war, he inadvertently reveals a painful secret. Max decides to investigate the secret, leading to an unforgettable reunion, linking the past with the present.

In this historical tale, a Canadian veteran of WWII travels back in time to relay his personal story to his grandson. He soon discovers that love has the power to transcend time and even war. He is finally led to the answers he has been seeking for more than fifty years.

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By Guy R. Lacroix
In the eyes of his grandson, Max, Roland Langevin is a hero who has always been silent about his war experiences. But while in the hospital undergoing cancer treatment, Roland is reminded by Max that it is the fifty-seventh anniversary of D-Day. Suddenly, Roland, who is overcome with emotion, is transported back in time to when he was an eighteen-year-old Canadian soldier landing in Northwest Europe to fight the Nazi regime. As Roland finally begins to share his memories with Max, his grandson has no idea that a painful secret is about to be revealed.

It is 1943 when Roland presents himself to the Canadian Army’s recruitment office with his best friend, Jean-Pierre Bernier, without any idea he has just signed up for hell. After he completes his training, Roland details to Max how he and Jean-Pierre headed to Europe, excited to beat the Nazis and Hitler. But as Roland tells Max how he bravely faced the worst atrocities of the war, he inadvertently reveals a painful secret. Max decides to investigate the secret, leading to an unforgettable reunion, linking the past with the present.

In this historical tale, a Canadian veteran of WWII travels back in time to relay his personal story to his grandson. He soon discovers that love has the power to transcend time and even war. He is finally led to the answers he has been seeking for more than fifty years.

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By Jon Howard Hall

The Civil War has come to an end, yet things are still not easy for Kyzer. It is now 1870, and the son of Delilah continues his life in the small town of Hastings, Virginia. Kyzer’s beautiful wife, Dellanna, has been dead for six months. Despite his personal grief, he finds the strength to be a loving father and continue to support his mother and a person of color who is now a member of the family.

Soon, an old friend from Kyzer’s Civil War days arrives in Hastings and changes the direction of the entire family’s life. Kyzer must make a choice: will he continue his haunted struggles in Virginia or move his family yet again? But how will his children handle the relocation, and will Kyzer be able to find a stable way to support them?

Amidst obstacles and challenges, Kyzer will keep his weakened family together. Unexpected conflicts threaten to tear them apart, but Kyzer’s strength goes to show that nothing is as powerful as the love of a father for his children. In a world still reeling from war, it is love, not hate, which conquers all.


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By Elaine Kiesling Whitehouse

In the autumn of 1775, the year prior to the Battle of Long Island, four young women meet their destinies at an inn called Hart’s Tavern on the south shore of Long Island.

Hannah Hart is the motherless 14-year-old daughter of Peter Hart, the inn’s proprietor. She is strong, independent and curious, with a thirst for intellectual discovery. Yet her days are occupied with chores and caring for guests at the inn.

Evie is their slave who was sold to Peter Hart when she was just a little girl. She is in love with a Patriot spy and longs to be free. Violet White is the beautiful schoolmistress who came to America to seek adventure, but who finds herself caught in the dilemma of being a loyal British subject among the colonists who no longer view themselves as such.

Wyanjoy is a Native American, one of the last members of the Secatogue tribe that inhabits the outskirts of town. She is pregnant, unmarried, and sees the members of her tribe dying off from disease brought by the white men.

Set against the background of the British occupation of Long Island the women find themselves caught up in historic and profound change and hardship in the midst of trying to figure out their own destinies.


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By Herman Edel

Anthony Angus O’Donnell has lived a life of suffering, cruelty, and depravation, and it has created a monster. Born at the height of the Irish Potato Famine, he suffered indignities that only a cruel world can heap upon one so unlucky as to be conceived in Ireland at that time. As a child, the regular beatings he endured inspired in the young victim a burning desire to rise above and succeed. Determined to achieve his dreams, he decided early on that morality is no barrier to his goals.

There is no sin, no lie, no foul maneuver he will not use in this battle.

His journey through college and his marriage to the daughter of an ultra-rich Englishman only served to harden his resolve. Because of his ever-maddening father-in-law, O’Donnell shifts his career ambitions to the Church of England. Almost immediately, the young man’s steely ambition is rewarded with success for both O’Donnell and the church itself. He uses every one of the tools he adopted as a young man as a weapon to achieve what he demands from his life.

At sixty-five, the famed Canon of the Bath Cathedral in England has more than earned the sobriquet of the “Good” Reverend.


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By Jon Howard Hall

The Civil War has come to an end, yet things are still not easy for Kyzer. It is now 1870, and the son of Delilah continues his life in the small town of Hastings, Virginia. Kyzer’s beautiful wife, Dellanna, has been dead for six months. Despite his personal grief, he finds the strength to be a loving father and continue to support his mother and a person of color who is now a member of the family.

Soon, an old friend from Kyzer’s Civil War days arrives in Hastings and changes the direction of the entire family’s life. Kyzer must make a choice: will he continue his haunted struggles in Virginia or move his family yet again? But how will his children handle the relocation, and will Kyzer be able to find a stable way to support them?

Amidst obstacles and challenges, Kyzer will keep his weakened family together. Unexpected conflicts threaten to tear them apart, but Kyzer’s strength goes to show that nothing is as powerful as the love of a father for his children. In a world still reeling from war, it is love, not hate, which conquers all.


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By Jon Howard Hall

The Civil War has come to an end, yet things are still not easy for Kyzer. It is now 1870, and the son of Delilah continues his life in the small town of Hastings, Virginia. Kyzer’s beautiful wife, Dellanna, has been dead for six months. Despite his personal grief, he finds the strength to be a loving father and continue to support his mother and a person of color who is now a member of the family.

Soon, an old friend from Kyzer’s Civil War days arrives in Hastings and changes the direction of the entire family’s life. Kyzer must make a choice: will he continue his haunted struggles in Virginia or move his family yet again? But how will his children handle the relocation, and will Kyzer be able to find a stable way to support them?

Amidst obstacles and challenges, Kyzer will keep his weakened family together. Unexpected conflicts threaten to tear them apart, but Kyzer’s strength goes to show that nothing is as powerful as the love of a father for his children. In a world still reeling from war, it is love, not hate, which conquers all.


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By Lisa Albuja
For decades, as the ruling Hutus vow to cleanse their lands of their ancient enemies, the Tutsi, a bloody and ceaseless act of extermination has torn the tiny nation of Rwanda apart. The result is the Rwandan Genocide, a brutal effort to obliterate a people the ruling Hutu disparagingly call “cockroaches.” The Tutsi, desperate and outraged, have mounted a vicious defense to reclaim their lands and their dignity.

In the broad, bloody brushstrokes of genocide, it is easy to forget that the horrifying numbers are comprised of individuals. It is easier to forget the stories of those brave individuals who fought for survival and who risked everything to protect them.

For those Tutsi lucky enough to escape the Genocide, the Benaco refugee camp in Tanzania offers their only sanctuary. Inside the camp, emotions run high. The alcohol-soaked and clever British director, Elsdon Beckett, fights to deal with the chaos. His job is complicated by the arrival of Dr. Annie Banks, who seems to have arrived only to prove to him, once and for all, that she is over him. Then Joseph Carlton, Jr., a prominent Georgia attorney, unexpectedly shows up. Carlton—for reasons only he knows—has just walked out of the biggest trial of his life and disappeared into Rwanda.

As the civil war rages, the UN workers and the Tutsi refugees fight for their lives. In this place of fragile sanctuary, danger looms everywhere and no one is guaranteed a future, let alone a happy ending.


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By Lisa Albuja
For decades, as the ruling Hutus vow to cleanse their lands of their ancient enemies, the Tutsi, a bloody and ceaseless act of extermination has torn the tiny nation of Rwanda apart. The result is the Rwandan Genocide, a brutal effort to obliterate a people the ruling Hutu disparagingly call “cockroaches.” The Tutsi, desperate and outraged, have mounted a vicious defense to reclaim their lands and their dignity.

In the broad, bloody brushstrokes of genocide, it is easy to forget that the horrifying numbers are comprised of individuals. It is easier to forget the stories of those brave individuals who fought for survival and who risked everything to protect them.

For those Tutsi lucky enough to escape the Genocide, the Benaco refugee camp in Tanzania offers their only sanctuary. Inside the camp, emotions run high. The alcohol-soaked and clever British director, Elsdon Beckett, fights to deal with the chaos. His job is complicated by the arrival of Dr. Annie Banks, who seems to have arrived only to prove to him, once and for all, that she is over him. Then Joseph Carlton, Jr., a prominent Georgia attorney, unexpectedly shows up. Carlton—for reasons only he knows—has just walked out of the biggest trial of his life and disappeared into Rwanda.

As the civil war rages, the UN workers and the Tutsi refugees fight for their lives. In this place of fragile sanctuary, danger looms everywhere and no one is guaranteed a future, let alone a happy ending.


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By Edward Beardsley

In 1750 This is the story of the Martin family of France: Grandfather Benjamin; Grandmother Christine; Father Andre; Mother Denise; Son Alain; Daughter Julie. They have emigrated to Canadian Acadia to escape heavy taxation and to find a new life in the New World. Under the yoke of the British Expulsions of all French speakers from what is present day Nova Scotia the Martins set out for Louisiana leaving grandparents in the little town of Grand Prè and Father Andre to the fight against the British with the Indians in what became the French and Indian War. Their journey down the Atlantic Coast through the British Colonies is both exciting and harrowing as they meet hostile Indians and Colonial Governors. There are two aims for the journey—to find Father Andre and to reach Louisiana to establish a new and permanent home for the entire family., George Washington is winning and losing battles in the struggle between the British and French for control of North America.


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By Gary Arthur Thomson

The meal they ate in the inn was boiled cabbage, sliced cooked meats, and bread with a cup of red wine. There was horseradish to flavor the beef and butter to spread on the brot. They sat beside the big heating and cooking fireplace. A kettle hung from a hinged iron hook that pivoted over the fire. The fireplace was so large that they were almost sitting inside it. The warmth felt inviting and good. A tall canister of pig’s knuckles simmered by the burning logs and an enormous pot of soup slow cooked on another hinge that could swing out to ladle a bowl of potato chowder. 

Their guest had not yet arrived. 
“How did you come to know Geert of Deventer?” the Landgraf asked Jan Cele making table conversation. 
“We were at the university together at Prague.” 
“Prague. That’s impressive. The capitol of the Holy Roman Empire.” 
“For being so far to the east, it is impressive” Cele affirmed. 
“The city of Good King Wenceslaus,” the Landgraf exchanged. 
“I know a Christmas carol about him,” chimed in Gretel. 

Good King Wenceslaus looked out 
On the Feast of Stephen 
Where the snow lay round about 
Deep and crisp and even. 

“Bravo!” the men clapped and Gretel was embarrassed. But she was beginning to like the conversation of schooled companions. 
“I would like to be educated like yourselves,” she blushed. 
John Cele came to her rescue. 
“So you shall be and more,” he said foreshadowing a bright future.
“I would like that very much.” 
“Education,” affirmed the Landgraf, “will set you free to be. . .” 
“I believe that!” John Cele said. “Free to be! That is the question and answer education offers.”


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By John L. Nelson

The Fabulous Carousels is a historical novel based on a true story. You will love this book if you ever played in a garage band and dreamed of going on the road. Children of the ’60’s, JFK conspiracy theorist, historians, psychologists, and open-minded readers who enjoy a fast-moving picaresque novel with a good laugh and cry will also be rewarded.

This edgy comedy/tragedy is spun by saint and sinner Rocky Strong, leader of the Carousels. Rocky chronicles youthful dreams, free love, easy drugs, the American Mafia, CIA black ops, JFK’s assassination, tectonic cultural shifts, and, finally, a path to self-actualization.

Join the Fabulous Carousels, The Pride of Dixie, as they chase dreams of becoming celebrity heroes in the early ’60’s—struggling to keep time with changing times in America.


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