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Historical Fiction

Fort Fisher

This dramatic Civil War novel details the four-day pivotal battle for Fort Fisher, NC, in that conflict's waning days. Told from the point of view of enlisted personnel on both sides, as well as a local woman, this is the first American novel to focus on the role of the Union Navy and the life of a Union sailor.

Dakota Trails

She was smart, she was beautiful, with no more than a nodding acquaintance with the truth. But was she worth dying for?

Billy in the Lowground

A boy learns that life isn't a playground made just for his amusement, and fairness isn't part of the growing-up process, during the Great Depression.

Just Follow Me

Angela Girardi travels to Manhattan to seek out John Lennon and hand-deliver her mother's unopened suicide note, which had been mysteriously addressed to the ex-Beatle. But the night of December 8th changed the course of her life forever.

Ridgeline

Jeremiah Jones set off to war, a boy full of pride and ignorance, seeking glory and to prove his manhood. That boy never returned. Wounded to the depths of his soul, Jeremiah clung to sanity only by holding tight to the memory of Maggie, the girl he'd loved since the first time he saw her in his father's church. But Maggie had married another.

Every Soul Is Free

How can a man choose between loyalty to his forbears and loyalty to the ones he loves? In 1948, in the mountainous world of Coalville, Utah, the grandson of a sheriff who died doing his job, and son of a sheriff who died on the job, Sheriff Mark Willford Simms must follow his calling and bring back to justice a man he caught once before – a man he raised like a son.

Los Angeles, 1968: Happy Ranch to Watts

Weeks before the assassination of Martin Luther King, a directionless young white man who never intended to be a teacher finds himself in a Watts classroom. Explore both subtle and violent ethnic conflict, as well as some tentative resolutions — issues that reverberate in our society today.

Silver

Silver City, Idaho Territory, was named in honor of the precious metal. In 1867, news of the vast silver veins in this new territory exploded and lured men. But when underground chambers were breached between mines, the results were incendiary – and deadly.

Blood Silver

Blood Silver relates the life of James Yoachum, with simple truths and sobering questions about the first white settlers on Indian land in the Missouri Ozarks. With elements of love, fear, treachery and family relationships, the suspense grows page after page.

Papa's Gold

2013 Spur award winner
Best Western Juvenile Fiction!


Spirited eleven-year-old twins must grow up quickly when the Civil War forces their family to escape from Confederate-held Tennessee.




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