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By Rue L. Cromwell

It is 1928 when Hanno Buchwald is born in the only hospital in Linton, Indiana. As he grows up on an isolated one-hundred-acre farm far from gravel roads and playmates, Hanno helps care for his ailing grandfather, works in the fields and kitchen, and daydreams atop his family’s grape arbor.

Like almost every farm boy, Hanno learns how to kill a chicken, churn butter, and milk a cow. Left to his own devices for playing, Hanno attaches special importance to visitors that include his brothers’ and parents’ friends, relatives, neighbors, and salesmen. After he begins his education in a one-room schoolhouse, he learns all about life in the town of Linton from his adventurous aunt, who is among the first to have a phone and car. But just as Hanno enters adolescence, World War II begins, sending him on a new path that will test his inner-strength, convictions, and spirit in ways he never imagined.

You’ll Like Linton shares the coming-of-age tale of a young dreamer as he matures from a boy into a man in rural Indiana amid uncertain times in America and the world.


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By Rue L. Cromwell

It is 1928 when Hanno Buchwald is born in the only hospital in Linton, Indiana. As he grows up on an isolated one-hundred-acre farm far from gravel roads and playmates, Hanno helps care for his ailing grandfather, works in the fields and kitchen, and daydreams atop his family’s grape arbor.

Like almost every farm boy, Hanno learns how to kill a chicken, churn butter, and milk a cow. Left to his own devices for playing, Hanno attaches special importance to visitors that include his brothers’ and parents’ friends, relatives, neighbors, and salesmen. After he begins his education in a one-room schoolhouse, he learns all about life in the town of Linton from his adventurous aunt, who is among the first to have a phone and car. But just as Hanno enters adolescence, World War II begins, sending him on a new path that will test his inner-strength, convictions, and spirit in ways he never imagined.

You’ll Like Linton shares the coming-of-age tale of a young dreamer as he matures from a boy into a man in rural Indiana amid uncertain times in America and the world.


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By Richard McClements

Sean Devaney takes his first breath in 1895 without any idea of the twists and turns his life will eventually take. As he grows up on a farm outside New York City, Sean learns that there is no substitute for character. It is only after he enters Columbia University that the rumblings of a World War begin in Europe, influencing the direction of Sean’s life forever.

The day after his college graduation, Sean walks into a Marine Corps recruiting station, shakes destiny’s hand, and is soon transported to France where he must face death on a grand scale. Yet in the midst of the dark indescribable horrors of war, he finds a bright light in Lynn, a beautiful Red Cross nurse who seems destined to be his bride. But when tragedy intervenes and destroys his plans, Sean embarks on a revengeful journey with the power to destroy not only him, but also anyone else who crosses his path. As life comes full circle, Sean reflects on his life, with help from a new friend, as he contemplates the biggest decision he has ever had to make.

In this historical saga, a young man struggles to finds himself through great adversity as a world war rages and teaches him the value of life, love, and loss.


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By Kevin Carroll

In the late summer of 1862, after a series of victories culminating in the Union Army’s rout at Second Manassas, General Lee and his commanders meet with President Davis and Secretary of State Judah Benjamin near that blood-soaked battleground to arrange a highly controversial and risky campaign for the fall. General Lee agrees to divide his Army of Northern Virginia by sending his most trusted general, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, to Kentucky with three Divisions by railcars to Knoxville, Tennessee. Jackson’s Corps is ordered to march into Kentucky and meet with two other Confederate armies, those of Braxton Bragg and Kirby Smith, to secure that state for the Confederacy.

In 1862 The Confederates Strike Back, author Kevin Carroll offers a fictional work of military history that envisions what might have happened if commanders at the time had made other choices. The story journeys through a series of hypothetical historical events once the Battle of Second Manassas is complete.

Laced with military strategy, tactical maneuvering, and unforeseen complications caused by the fog of war, 1862 The Confederates Strike Back is complete with details on orders of battle that were accurate in late summer of 1862. It presents a realistic and plausible alternative to the historical events as they occurred. Can General Lee hold on and buy the time Jackson needs to complete his mission and return to Virginia? Will the risky strategy backfire on the South? Will the Confederacy achieve Independence?


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By Richard McClements

Sean Devaney takes his first breath in 1895 without any idea of the twists and turns his life will eventually take. As he grows up on a farm outside New York City, Sean learns that there is no substitute for character. It is only after he enters Columbia University that the rumblings of a World War begin in Europe, influencing the direction of Sean’s life forever.

The day after his college graduation, Sean walks into a Marine Corps recruiting station, shakes destiny’s hand, and is soon transported to France where he must face death on a grand scale. Yet in the midst of the dark indescribable horrors of war, he finds a bright light in Lynn, a beautiful Red Cross nurse who seems destined to be his bride. But when tragedy intervenes and destroys his plans, Sean embarks on a revengeful journey with the power to destroy not only him, but also anyone else who crosses his path. As life comes full circle, Sean reflects on his life, with help from a new friend, as he contemplates the biggest decision he has ever had to make.

In this historical saga, a young man struggles to finds himself through great adversity as a world war rages and teaches him the value of life, love, and loss.


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By Elmer M. Haygood

When Jacob Jones joins the army and is thrust into the heat of battle on foreign soil, he is mentally prepared and trained for combat. After a fiery explosion transforms him from a strong soldier into a disabled veteran, Jacob soon discovers he is not mentally prepared or trained for his subsequent fi ght with post-traumatic stress disorder. There is no question his new enemy is proving to be his most formidable.

Now immersed in a vicious conflict within himself where recurring nightmares about war relentlessly plague him, Jacob is tended to by his brother, mother, and a dedicated family friend who provide encouragement, hope, and faith in miracles. But when Jacob’s brother is fatally injured during a heroic effort to stop a robbery, it is only then that Marcus is finally able to help Jacob heal—through his new powerful role as a dream maker.

Dream Makers shares the tale of a war veteran’s struggle with post-traumatic stress syndrome as a miracle comes through an unexpected sacrifice.


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By Sid Gardner

A young draftee arrives in Vietnam, is assigned to work in the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, and experiences the most intense years of the American presence in Vietnam. Forty years later, he arrives in Iraq, serving as a senior diplomat in the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. Inevitably, he reflects on what’s the same and what’s different about the two wars. Through relationships with two remarkable women in each country, he comes to understand how little most Americans knew about each country’s culture. At the end, he looks back over his experiences with a visiting journalist and tries to make sense of what happened and what didn’t—what was forgotten and what should be remembered.


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By Elmer M. Haygood

When Jacob Jones joins the army and is thrust into the heat of battle on foreign soil, he is mentally prepared and trained for combat. After a fiery explosion transforms him from a strong soldier into a disabled veteran, Jacob soon discovers he is not mentally prepared or trained for his subsequent fi ght with post-traumatic stress disorder. There is no question his new enemy is proving to be his most formidable.

Now immersed in a vicious conflict within himself where recurring nightmares about war relentlessly plague him, Jacob is tended to by his brother, mother, and a dedicated family friend who provide encouragement, hope, and faith in miracles. But when Jacob’s brother is fatally injured during a heroic effort to stop a robbery, it is only then that Marcus is finally able to help Jacob heal—through his new powerful role as a dream maker.

Dream Makers shares the tale of a war veteran’s struggle with post-traumatic stress syndrome as a miracle comes through an unexpected sacrifice.


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By Sid Gardner

A young draftee arrives in Vietnam, is assigned to work in the U.S. Embassy in Saigon, and experiences the most intense years of the American presence in Vietnam. Forty years later, he arrives in Iraq, serving as a senior diplomat in the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. Inevitably, he reflects on what’s the same and what’s different about the two wars. Through relationships with two remarkable women in each country, he comes to understand how little most Americans knew about each country’s culture. At the end, he looks back over his experiences with a visiting journalist and tries to make sense of what happened and what didn’t—what was forgotten and what should be remembered.


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By M. Foroozandeh

Iran is in crisis when an electrician engineer is recruited to become the prosecutor’s assistant director of the Revolution Court in Abadan and Khorramshahr. Unfamiliar with any members of Iran’s Supreme Court, including Jalal, the court’s organizer and leader, the engineer reluctantly accepts his new role where he unfortunately begins witnessing one atrocity after another.

As the engineer immerses himself in his new duties within an Islamic revolution that spares no one, he must investigate cases of sodomy, adultery, spying, and murder and interrogate suspects who, if confess to their crimes, are either whipped or even worse yet, executed. But as a war begins and Iran is attacked from the land, air, and sea, the engineer drops everything and serves on the front lines for several years. As his journey leads him through war and beyond, the engineer is brought full circle where he eventually discovers that the lengthy battle has taken many more victims than he ever imagined.

In this historical novella, an engineer turned investigator during the Iranian Revolution finds a new destiny amid an upheaval that forever changes his homeland.


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By Dan Bel-Tempo

Rachel is a beautiful naval officer prepared to begin a new role commanding a large organization of recruiters when her doorbell rings. When she opens the door and thinks she is greeting her commander, he informs her he is really Bruce Prescott, an FBI agent in the middle of a sting operation. Even more surprising, Bruce reveals he is in love with her.

Conrad Cooper, a graduate of Annapolis Naval Academy, is attempting to move on after buying marijuana from a lieutenant and becoming a victim of exposure. Now a United States Marines Corps lieutenant, Conrad is in command of a special detachment of soldiers who are masters of looking, speaking, and acting like insurgents. As Conrad’s company prepares for a raid in the Middle East, Rachel’s musically talented brother, Josh, returns home from Europe to create a fifteen-piece orchestra. As Conrad, Rachel, Bruce, and Josh all attempt to embark on new beginnings, they soon realize that nothing in life is ever easy.

Cover of Darkness is the tale of four people standing on the cusp of change who must face the consequences of their choices—good or bad.


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By Paul &Julia Cooley Altrocchi

Riddled with cannonball holes from their stunning defeat by the English Navy after trying to invade Queen Elizabeth’s Protestant realm in 1588 to restore Catholicism, the Spanish Armada sailed north around the Orkneys and Hebrides in their attempt to return home. The worst storms in fifty years, however, drove 24 Spanish ships relentlessly onto the rocky Irish coast, tearing them apart.

Thousands of sailors and soldiers drowned; hundreds of unarmed Spaniards were slaughtered on the beaches. Those who fled across Ireland to reach Scotland faced daily peril for months.

The story of those few who didn’t die was told only once, by Captain Francisco de Cuellar. This true saga of survival against all odds, based upon Cuellar’s manuscript which lay hidden for 300 years, is vividly described in remarkable detail by historical novelists Paul Altrocchi and Julia Cooley Altrocchi, placing Captain Cuellar among the great heroes and legendary wanderers of history alongside Jason, seeker of the Golden Fleece; Sigurd, ancient Norse hero; and Homer’s Odysseus.

Fraught With Hazard describes one of history’s most dramatic and least-known tales—the fate of Spanish Armada survivors in Ireland after the English navy and stormy weather caused many of their warships to wreck on the treacherous Irish coast.

“Based on the sole witness-account of Captain Francisco de Cuellar, who endured seemingly endless death-defying crises before making it back to Spain, this enthralling epic is grippingly told by Paul and Julia Altrocchi. They breathe dazzling new life into a memorable 400 year-old saga of Homeric proportions.”

- Hank Whittemore, author of the compelling non-fiction books So That Others May Live and The Monument.

“It is hard to believe that the perilous adventures of Francisco de Cuellar are true but they are, and the Altrocchis’ breathtaking account of his daredevil escapades on the high-seas and on hostile shores is more vivid than the best that Hollywood has ever been able to offer. This is historical writing at its brightest, liveliest and very best.”

- English writer Alexander Waugh, author of the best-selling The House of Wittgenstein: A Family at War, and Fathers and Sons: The Autobiography of a Family.


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By M. Foroozandeh

Iran is in crisis when an electrician engineer is recruited to become the prosecutor’s assistant director of the Revolution Court in Abadan and Khorramshahr. Unfamiliar with any members of Iran’s Supreme Court, including Jalal, the court’s organizer and leader, the engineer reluctantly accepts his new role where he unfortunately begins witnessing one atrocity after another.

As the engineer immerses himself in his new duties within an Islamic revolution that spares no one, he must investigate cases of sodomy, adultery, spying, and murder and interrogate suspects who, if confess to their crimes, are either whipped or even worse yet, executed. But as a war begins and Iran is attacked from the land, air, and sea, the engineer drops everything and serves on the front lines for several years. As his journey leads him through war and beyond, the engineer is brought full circle where he eventually discovers that the lengthy battle has taken many more victims than he ever imagined.

In this historical novella, an engineer turned investigator during the Iranian Revolution finds a new destiny amid an upheaval that forever changes his homeland.


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By Dan Bel-Tempo

Rachel is a beautiful naval officer prepared to begin a new role commanding a large organization of recruiters when her doorbell rings. When she opens the door and thinks she is greeting her commander, he informs her he is really Bruce Prescott, an FBI agent in the middle of a sting operation. Even more surprising, Bruce reveals he is in love with her.

Conrad Cooper, a graduate of Annapolis Naval Academy, is attempting to move on after buying marijuana from a lieutenant and becoming a victim of exposure. Now a United States Marines Corps lieutenant, Conrad is in command of a special detachment of soldiers who are masters of looking, speaking, and acting like insurgents. As Conrad’s company prepares for a raid in the Middle East, Rachel’s musically talented brother, Josh, returns home from Europe to create a fifteen-piece orchestra. As Conrad, Rachel, Bruce, and Josh all attempt to embark on new beginnings, they soon realize that nothing in life is ever easy.

Cover of Darkness is the tale of four people standing on the cusp of change who must face the consequences of their choices—good or bad.


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By Paul &Julia Cooley Altrocchi

Riddled with cannonball holes from their stunning defeat by the English Navy after trying to invade Queen Elizabeth’s Protestant realm in 1588 to restore Catholicism, the Spanish Armada sailed north around the Orkneys and Hebrides in their attempt to return home. The worst storms in fifty years, however, drove 24 Spanish ships relentlessly onto the rocky Irish coast, tearing them apart.

Thousands of sailors and soldiers drowned; hundreds of unarmed Spaniards were slaughtered on the beaches. Those who fled across Ireland to reach Scotland faced daily peril for months.

The story of those few who didn’t die was told only once, by Captain Francisco de Cuellar. This true saga of survival against all odds, based upon Cuellar’s manuscript which lay hidden for 300 years, is vividly described in remarkable detail by historical novelists Paul Altrocchi and Julia Cooley Altrocchi, placing Captain Cuellar among the great heroes and legendary wanderers of history alongside Jason, seeker of the Golden Fleece; Sigurd, ancient Norse hero; and Homer’s Odysseus.

Fraught With Hazard describes one of history’s most dramatic and least-known tales—the fate of Spanish Armada survivors in Ireland after the English navy and stormy weather caused many of their warships to wreck on the treacherous Irish coast.

“Based on the sole witness-account of Captain Francisco de Cuellar, who endured seemingly endless death-defying crises before making it back to Spain, this enthralling epic is grippingly told by Paul and Julia Altrocchi. They breathe dazzling new life into a memorable 400 year-old saga of Homeric proportions.”

- Hank Whittemore, author of the compelling non-fiction books So That Others May Live and The Monument.

“It is hard to believe that the perilous adventures of Francisco de Cuellar are true but they are, and the Altrocchis’ breathtaking account of his daredevil escapades on the high-seas and on hostile shores is more vivid than the best that Hollywood has ever been able to offer. This is historical writing at its brightest, liveliest and very best.”

- English writer Alexander Waugh, author of the best-selling The House of Wittgenstein: A Family at War, and Fathers and Sons: The Autobiography of a Family.


FORMAT: Softcover
OUR PRICE:
$17.95
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