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On November 22, 1963 John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President of the United States, was murdered in Dallas, Texas.  His accused assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was never tried for the crime. He was murdered in the basement of the Dallas Police Department by Jack Ruby as he was being transported to the Dallas County Jail.           Kennedy’s successor, President Lyndon B. Johnson, … Continue reading Kindle Book Sale

“The Zebra Affaire” by Mark Fine

Author Bio THE AUTHOR, Mark Fine was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. He has made the United States his home since 1979, living in New York, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles. For well over a decade he headed an award-winning record label that he founded, called Hammer & Lace, that united non-profit organizations with world-class celebrity and music talent to create benefit albums and entertainment events … Continue reading “The Zebra Affaire” by Mark Fine

“People of the Masks” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

I have been a fan of this series by the Gear’s since the very first book, “People of the Wolf”.  Their ability to blend the archaeological history of the cultures with fictional plots makes their books compelling. “People of the Masks” is no exception. Beginning with the present day, a team of archaeologists have unearthed a long buried Iroquois site. Living in the northeastern United … Continue reading “People of the Masks” by Kathleen O’Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

Jean Gill

Author Name:  Jean Gill Book Title:  Plaint for Provence Genre and Sub-Genre: Historical Fiction / Romantic thriller Book Content Rating:  PG13 Author Bio Jean Gill is a Welsh writer and photographer living in the south of France with a big white dog, a scruffy black dog, a Nikon D750 and a man. For many years, she taught English in Wales and was the first woman to … Continue reading Jean Gill

Claire Stibbe

Author Name:  Claire Stibbe Book Title:  The 9th Hour Genre and Sub-Genre:  Crime, Psychological Thriller, mystery Book Content Rating PG13 Author Bio Originally from England, Claire lived in Hong Kong for three years before eventually finding a second home in New Mexico, USA. Her genres include Historical Fiction and Crime. She has written two historical fiction novels, Chasing Pharaohs and The Fowler’s Snare, both set … Continue reading Claire Stibbe

“Chasing Pharaohs” by Claire Stibbe – A Vibrant and Vivid Depiction of Ancient Egypt

Capturing the essence of any historical period is a challenge and Claire Stibbe meets the challenge head on in “Chasing Pharaohs”. Lush and historically accurate, Stibbe’s descriptions of ancient Egypt are spot on. Bringing her characters to life in vivid settings she uses contemporary dialogue to engage readers in the controversy surrounding the succession of Pharaohs in the dynasties. The ongoing subtle battle between Pharaoh … Continue reading “Chasing Pharaohs” by Claire Stibbe – A Vibrant and Vivid Depiction of Ancient Egypt

“Bladesong: 1151 in the Holy Land” (The Troubadours Quartet Book 2) by Jean Gill

In Book 2 of Jean Gill’s brilliantly written Troubadours Quartet Series, “Bladesong: 1151 in the Holy Land”, the author once again takes the reader into a long ago world of intrigue and romance. Gill’s ability to capture the essence of the time period borders on magic. With much of the story taking place in Damascus and Jerusalem, Gill creates the flavor of the Middle East … Continue reading “Bladesong: 1151 in the Holy Land” (The Troubadours Quartet Book 2) by Jean Gill

Brains to Blogs Book Tour – Charlene Diane Jones

Fast Facts Author: Charlene Diane Jones Genre: historical/metaphysicial fiction Books: Bliss Pig Poetry with Linda Stitt The Stain: A Story of Reincarnation, Karma and the Release from Suffering upcoming non-fiction easy to read exploration of Medicine Buddha/Medicine Mind. Vajrayana Tantric Meditation in parallel with Neuroscience. Bio Offical Site There is nothing short about my bio so I am writing My Impossible Life due out at … Continue reading Brains to Blogs Book Tour – Charlene Diane Jones

“Song at Dawn: 1150 in Provence” by Jean Gill

Song at Dawn by Jean Gill My rating: 5 of 5 stars Writing about the 12th century and doing it with authenticity is a daunting task. Jean Gill has stepped up to the challenge and achieved success in “Song at Dawn: 1150 in Provence”, Book One in the Troubadour Series. Blending true events with the imagined experiences of both real and fictional historical characters, Gill … Continue reading “Song at Dawn: 1150 in Provence” by Jean Gill

Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age

When I think of Jean Gill the word “renaissance” immediately comes to mind. I don’t mean the renaissance of the 12th century (the time period in her latest series) which was more social, political, and economic. Jean is like the renaissance of the 14th through the 17th centuries. Often considered the link between the Middle Ages and Modern History, the renaissance saw the “rebirth” of … Continue reading Jean Gill – Renaissance Woman in a Modern Age