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Historical novels with Grit and Passion



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Fly Away Snowgoose

In the early 1950s, four 1st Nation's children are on a visit to town. They are surprised and captured by Indian Agents and taken to the Indian Residential School in Ft. Providence, NWT. A winter of suffering follows, for the school's mission is to “Kill the Indian inside the child.”  Sascho, the oldest boy, makes a plan to escape. They will travel  800 kilometers through wilderness, living off the land, hoping to reconnect with their nomadic family before the snow flies again. Based on actual stories of residential school survivors, Fly Away Snowgoose is a walkabout style adventure, full of beauty, danger, courage and love.

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A Master Passion

This is the story of a fascinating marriage 18th Century style, shared by a great lady and a great genius - Elizabeth Schuyler and our brilliant first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton.

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Roan Rose

Rose gives her heart and a lifetime of service to the doomed House of York. Born to a peasant midwife, she is taken to nearby Middleham Castle by the Countess of Warwick, in the same way we might adopt a puppy. Here she becomes poppet and companion to the mighty Earl of Warwick’s daughter, Anne. Here she also meets Duke Richard, King Edward’s youngest brother, who is undergoing knightly training.

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My Mozart

Mozart was her teacher, her mentor, her rescuer--and, finally, fatally, her lover.

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Mozart’s Wife

Giddy sugarplum or calculating bitch? Mozart’s many biographers (from Schenk to Hildesheimer to Solomon) show little love for his Constanze.

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Nightingale

Count Maximilian discovers Klara in a Nightingale Cage, an orphanage for the abandoned children of musicians. He educates her, fosters her remarkable vocal talent and initiates her into the art of love, intending to create the perfect mistress.

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Red Magic

(Magic Colours Book 1)

Red-headed Caterina von Velsen, a tomboy and superb horsewoman, detests her older sister’s husband-to-be.
Christoph von Hagen is handsome and brave, but he is also a Casanova, a man with a reputation that stretches from his mountain manor all the way to Vienna.

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Black Magic

(Magic Colours Book 2)

Disappointed in love, weary of war, Goran von Hagen retreats to his idyllic alpine estate. He does not know the dark and ancient secret of the looming mountain--or that it will change his life forever.

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Angel’s Flight

Angelica is a Patriot heiress, stalked by a brutal, fortune-hunting British officer. Forced to trust Jack, the mystery man who pledges to take her on a dangerous war-time journey up river to her Albany home, she expects to encounter brigands, Tories and Indians. What she doesn’t expect is to lose her heart along the way.

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Genesee

Her father was Iroquois, her mother a Dutch runaway--which world will welcome Genesee van Cortlandt? The love of a bright young soldier pulls Jenny toward the world of her mother, but the brutal frontier war of the American Revolution may demand that she put him -- and love -- away forever.

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Hand Me Down Bride

(Sisters Book 1)

Based upon the story of the author’s great grandmother, who was a real life mail-order bride. Sophie agrees to marry a wealthy man she's never met--but life has other plans.
An engaging family saga about the tribulations of a mail order bride, set in a uniquely “Dutch” farming community in Post Civil War Pennsylvania.

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Butterfly Bride

(Sisters Book 2)

In Hand-me-Down Bride, Sophie found her knight in shining armor, the miller’s son, Karl. He’s arranged to have her sisters come from Germany to seek their own happily ever-afters in 1870’s Pennsylvania. Little sister Elfie is cut from another bolt than her serious, tender-hearted older sister. Elfie is something of a material girl, and her Aunt, who’d arranged Sophie’s first marriage—to a rich old man—is ready to encourage her striking niece in her search for a life of comfort. Elfie doesn’t want to work the way her farm wife sister does, and her looks straightaway carry her into the best circle. With four very different men vying for her hand, everyone in valley is wondering who will catch this lovely butterfly.

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