Author: Robert Wang Following the harrowing journey of Lady Lee Su-Mei and her family, Robert Wang's debut novel is a historical drama told from dual perspectives—Chinese and British—about the First Opium War, a tragic and history-altering conflict. Honoring the tradition of noted historical fiction writers such as Ken Follett, Philippa Gregory, and James Clavell, The…

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Author: Phyllis Edgerly Ring Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun.  Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends. The secret surfaces with a mysterious monogrammed handkerchief, and a man, Hannes Ritter, whose Third Reich family history is…

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Over the years, the way we read has changed significantly. Where once we would purchase a physical book or borrow one from a library, now we download electronic books onto our Kindles, Nooks, or other eReaders. The problem readers have is choosing a book to read out of the millions of books to choose from.…

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Author: Mutasem Nahed Hattar   This novel is a fictionalized autobiography about coming to terms with the failure of being able to save the “Savior” from the “no city’s” evil ruler and brainwashed masses. It focuses on the writer's love/hate relationship with Dublin- which he suddenly finds himself in- and the challenges of finding his…

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Author: Christopher Irons How would you react if one of your loved ones was unexpectedly abducted from a seemingly safe environment? Would you fall apart and wait for life to pass you by, hoping and praying that your loved one would return? Would you continue to be there for your family and allow the authorities…

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