Archive for the Historical Fiction Category

The Best Way Out…

“The Best Way Out” is a stirring tale of the misfortunes and triumphs of a young English/Argentine sailor from Devon in his quest to sail around Cape Horn. William Spyre defies the odds as he survives the ‘79 Fastnet Race debacle, then later arrest by the Argentine Junta as an English spy.

Miami ’90: 2Paths2 Murder

Miami 1990. Sun and fun. Surf and turf. In Miami ’90 the turf is greyhound racing. The surf runs down the Intracoastal Waterway and out to sea… south to Cuba. The backstory is a 1986 unsolved murder that took place at a Miami style holiday party, witnessed by judicial, police and other civic leaders. The backstory connects two mysterious cities, Miami and Havana.

The Antonine Romans and The Golden Torque

The Antonine Wall in Western Caledonia, modern day Scotland, has been standing for two years. Centurion Andronicus and Optio Scrivinus have recently been assigned to the Roman Balmuildy Fort and are attempting to improve the men’s fitness and discipline.

The Archer’s Diary

Since the 14th century, Robin Hood has proven to be one of the most enduring and versatile folk heroes. Medieval historians believed Robin lived during the 12th or 13th centuries, but despite decades of intense research by contemporary scholars, solid evidence has never been found.

Across the Wilderness (The Wilderness Series Book 1)

Introducing the Wilderness time travel series, a timeless, spellbinding novel of passion and richly detailed history that delightfully comes alive in an exhilarating adventure with a love story that spans across the ages.

Saving Tomorrow

Tree Of Knowledge

The time does not matter, that is a matter of your beliefs, however the temperature of the earth had risen to average of 59 degrees. The ice age as we know it, was over, and however man survived it, they did. This is near the beginning of man himself. Pangaea or the “Garden Of Paradise” could have been…

The Accidental Salvation of Gracie Lee

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Those words succeeded to fire up my mind. Whatever I simply love, will instantly hook me. Talya Tate Boerner, the architect of the above words, was also the author next in line on my shelf. It’s not that I lock up people, especially authors on my shelves. 🙂 You got it, the book I intended to read after doing some research on the author, belonged to Talya.