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Shadows by Chéri Vausé

The Refused

by Ron Singerton
Paris! 1861, City of light, art, scandal and great expectations, where extreme wealth rubs against raging poverty, with insurrection roiling beneath the surface. In the United States, the war of 1861-65 destroys families and communities. Three survivors decide to leave behind the ruins of their former lives.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Hornblower and the Island

by James Keffer
Napoleon Bonaparte is embarrassing the British on the remote island of St. Helena almost at will, and England is now the laughingstock of Europe. The answer is a new Governor: Lord Horatio Hornblower. The British government are willing to bet that Hornblower’s background will earn the Corsican’s respect. Hornblower discovers a Bonaparte that history never knew and learns the truth about the Emperor of the French!

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

The King's Corpse

by M.J. Jones
A hilarious detective story from the Dark Ages into the light of day. Our disreputable hero following his grubby profession lead us on a merry chase around the English and Welsh countryside. His name’s Tryff, he comes from Wales, and he steals saints for a living. But everybody in England’s got to have a lord, so Tryff’s become radman, mounted protection for the abbess of a little country convent. She sends him to find the missing body of her cousin Edward, the probably murdered king of England.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Carronade

by Marc Liebman
The American Revolution is in its fourth year. Even though France sides with the Americans, the issue is still very much in doubt. The Continental Congress is struggling to find money to fund the war. The British have turned their attention to the southern states, where Loyalists are numerous and influential. In December of 1778, Savannah falls to the British. But on the high seas, Britain’s sovereignty is being challenged. Prize by prize, Jaco Jacinto and Scorpion are disrupting British commerce.
Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Hornblower and the Journey Home

by James Keffer
It’s 1840. Twenty-three years ago, Horatio Lord Hornblower was governor of the island of St. Helena and hailer to its only prisoner, Napoleon Bonaparte. The French have requested Hornblower attend the exhumation. Hornblower knows the situation is a veritable powder keg; the Ultra-Royalists, led by the ruthless Duke of Angouleme, will stop at nothing to prevent Bonaparte’s remains from returning to France.
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The Contessa's Easel

by Mary Sharnick
Orla Castleberry returns to her New Orleans home after a year as artist-in-residence at Manhattan’s New York University. Her topical exhibit “Portraits of AIDS” has earned world-wide praise and notoriety for its realistic representations. For years, Orla has sidelined her longings in order to be and do what others needed from her. Now, her love for the truth of art is leading her to discoveries of love.
Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Coral Moon

by Craig Godfrey
Samoa, 27, arrives in Cook Town to charter a boat to take her to Mist Island in the Solomon’s searching for her younger brother, Rennison. But Rennison harbours dark secrets. He’s associated with the Germans infiltrating the Pacific. Rennison is discovered marooned on the Shoal of Ghosts off Malaita. Samoa, Rennison, and company must face headhunting savages, Captain Bligh and the German Navy.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Silent From the Shadows

by Craig Godfrey
Nineteenth Century Van Daimian sleuth, Caspian Hunter, is a colonial lawman deeply immersed in the life and crimes of Hobart Town, where convicts transported from Mother England form a majority of the population. Vampires! The ignorant rant, as mysterious murder victims appear around Hobart Town’s environs with inexplicable puncture marks to their throats. Anarchy threatens the island.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Valhalla

by Lee Gold
Robin Johnson died a hero’s death, rescuing people from a hospital during a California earthquake. So how is a hero rewarded? Robin finds herself not in Heaven but in Valhalla of Norse myths, welcomed by heroes and the guardians of Asgard. But Robin had been something of an oddity in life and continues to be so in the afterlife.

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Queen of Blood

by Sarah Kennedy
1553. Mary Tudor has just been crowned queen of England. Catherine’s estranged son suddenly returns from Wittenberg amid circulating rumours about overthrowing the new monarch, Catherine finds herself having to choose between the queen she has always loved and the son who seems determined to join the Protestants.

Shadows by Chéri Vausé

Better to Die

by Steve Smith
After a five-year stint with the French Foreign Legion, Jack Adair is determined to have a career as a Sandhurst officer, preferably in his father’s old regiment, the King’s Royal Rangers. But the KRR considers itself elite, professionally and socially, with scant room for a rough diamond like Adair.

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The Refused by Ron Singerton
Hornblower and the Island by James Keffer
The King's Corpse by M.J. Jones
Carronade by Marc Liebman
Hornblower and the Journey Home by James Keffer
The Contessa's Easel by Mary Sharnick
Coral Moon by Craig Godfrey
Silent From the Shadows by Craig Godfrey
Valhalla Absent Without Leave by Lee Gold
Queen of Blood by Sarah Kennedy
Better to Die by Steve Smith
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