Pagan’s Vows

By Catherine Jinks - Published 2004


Children/Young Adult

The four young adult novels Pagan’s Crusade, Pagan in Exile, Pagan’s Vow and Pagan’s Scribe form the Pagan Chronicles. In ...Read Review

Tyrant of the Mind

By Priscilla Royal - Published 2004



In the bitter cold winter of 1271, Prioress Eleanor of Tyndal returns to her father’s castle on the Welsh border. Her young nephew ...Read Review

Marie and Mary

By Nigel Tranter - Published 2004


Biographical Fiction

The author, who died in 2000 after publishing more than ninety historical novels about Scotland and Scots-related issues, revisits the stories of Marie of ...Read Review

Memoirs of a Dwarf at the Sun King’s Court

By Paul Weidner - Published 2004



Monsieur Hugues, the dwarf at the center of this tale, draws a coarse and bawdy portrait of the glittering court of Louis XIV. ...Read Review

Moon in the Water

By Stan Gordon - Published 2004


Biographical FictionWestern

1830: Baby Lozen of the Warm Springs Apache, sister of the great leader Victorio, is discovered to have the Power of the Blue Hands, ...Read Review

Distant Images

By Audrey Howard - Published 2004



Beth and Milly Goodwin are the beautiful twin daughters of Noah Goodwin, a well-to-do Lancashire glass manufacturer, and his wife Abby (the heroine ...Read Review

Memories Trail

By D.L. Larson - Published 2004



This is a novel of the War of 1812. Elizabeth Kincaid and her mother are captured on the Ohio River by Shawnee raiders, led ...Read Review

Vessel of Sadness

By William Woodruff - Published 2004


MilitaryShort Stories

Vessel of Sadness is not a new book; it was first published in 1969. But it is fitting that there be a new printing ...Read Review

The Plough’s Share

By David Richards - Published 2004



The Plough’s Share follows Jack Thornton from England to South Africa to Canada at the end of the 19th century. Jack’s ...Read Review

Witchcraft, A History

By P.G. Maxwell-Stuart - Published 2004



Witchcraft, A History is a concentrated examination of the rituals and customs of the craft’s first architects in Greece and Rome through ...Read Review