Axis of Hope by Kamal Azari

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In its halcyon days, Iran was a powerful empire that preserved Greek culture after the fall of Greece and paved the way for Renaissance advances in science, mathematics, and art. A new interpretation of Islam brought Iran’s Golden Age to a halt, and as the world around it advanced economically and culturally, the nation remained stagnant. Yet the ... Read More...

The Kraken by K.T. Tomb

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A sweeping historical adventure that's equal parts romance and thriller, K.T. Tomb's latest novel takes the reader from war-torn ancient Greece to deep sea dangers and something far worse. On the brink of the Roman Invasion of Greece, the city of Corinth, well established as a mighty seat of power in the Achaean League, is threatened with ... Read More...

Boiler: The Secession War Saga – Volume One by J. Paul Roe

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A Rousing Historical Fantasy Adventure! America is torn by the Secession War. The Union and the Confederacy wrestle for dominance with advanced technology wrought from secret collusion with European powers. Now, airship engineer Ettie Glass is faced with the opportunity to assassinate Abraham Lincoln, a questionable and mysterious leader who has ... Read More...

Crimes of a Guilty Land by Brooke Stewart

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The novel ‘Crimes of a Guilty Land’ follows the Hart and Beauchamp families through some turbulent years of the nineteenth century. It opens in the summer of 1825 when young Roger Hart, while enjoying his first visit to the beach in Rhode Island, witnesses a tragedy. The events of that day haunt him for the rest of his life. Many years later, just ... Read More...

One-Knight Stand (Brethren of the Coast Book 4) by Barbara Devlin

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Book 4 in the Brethren of the Coast series Do old friends truly make the best lovers? When Cara Felicity Douglas, known throughout the ton as Miss Perfect, sets her cap for childhood chum and Nautionnier Knight Lance Prescott, she enlists the aid of the Brethren women to chart a course for the altar. But her plans go awry, when her ... Read More...

Axis of Hope: A Prospective for Community Centeric Government for Iran by Kamal Azari

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In its halcyon days, Iran was a powerful empire that preserved Greek culture after the fall of Greece and paved the way for Renaissance advances in science, mathematics, and art. A new interpretation of Islam brought Iran’s Golden Age to a halt, and as the world around it advanced economically and culturally, the nation remained stagnant. Yet the ... Read More...

Shoot to Kill by Van Holt

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Mark Reston had never set out to be a killer. But there were those who just wouldn't have it any other way. And now there were five more men that he had to kill. They should have left him alone or made sure he was dead the first time. He was tired of being used for a target. He hadn’t decided what to do about the beautiful young woman who had ... Read More...

The Nero Prediction by Humphry Knipe

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It is 48 AD and Epaphroditus, a library slave, is shipped off to Agrippina, the scheming niece of the emperor Claudius. She is convinced that the scribe is destined to help her raise her son, the future emperor Nero, to the throne of the Caesars. What Agrippina doesn’t tell the young slave is that Nero is foredoomed to murder his mother and that ... Read More...

Dead Man’s Trail by Van Holt

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Four hired gunmen killed Tom Bannon's brother and disappeared without a trace, leaving no trail that he could follow. So he decided to follow the back trail of his dead brother, hoping it would lead him to the killers and the man who had hired them. The trail led him all over the Southwest and up into Wyoming, to places where his dead brother had a ... Read More...

The City of Man: Inferno by Michael Harrington

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Florence celebrated its Golden Age during the late 15th century under Lorenzo de’ Medici, the Magnificent. This was the age of artists, philosophers and poets like Leonardo, Michelangelo, Botticelli, and Machiavelli.But a societal crisis was imminent by the century’s last decade. As chaos loomed, an obscure Dominican friar, Girolamo Savonarola, ... Read More...