John Manhold

From All the False Doctrine: A Love Story

By Alice Degan - Published 2014

Genres:

InspirationalRomance

Harriet Spencer and Elsa Nordqvist, college roommates in 1925 Toronto, are at the beach when they meet Peverell ‘Peachy’ Peacham and Christopher ‘Kit’ Underhill. ...Read Review

Miserere

By Caren J. Werlinger - Published 2014

Genres:

Saga

During the Potato Famine, an Irish farmer sells his daughters Orla and Caitriona N. Faolain, to an English landowner to serve as indentured ...Read Review

Madoc’s Legacy

By Edward Swanson -

Genres:

FantasyMystery/Crime

A historical adventure centered on an old legend buttressed by rumors and discovered artifacts. The unlikely, but trustingly enmeshed trio of Alvord Rawn, ...Read Review

Reluctant Rebel

By Don E. Phelps - Published 2014

Genres:

AdventureChildren/Young AdultMilitary

In this coming-of-age tale of a youngster involved in the burgeoning interpersonal conflicts among the politically-divided Mohawk Valley inhabitants and a solider in ...Read Review

First Fury

By Thomas Macy - Published 2012

Genres:

Adventure

Against her parents’ wishes Ann, a native of Rochester, New York, leaves home with a man she believes she will marry. Abandoned instead, ...Read Review

Widow Walk

By Gerald LaSalle - Published 2013

Genres:

Saga

The story of this unusual book follows the trials of a family who settled in the Pacific Northwest when indigenous northern Indian tribes ...Read Review

The Light: Tales from a Revolution

By Lars D. H. Hedbor - Published 2013

Genres:

Children/Young Adult

Robert Harris, a blacksmith living in a town facing takeover by the British and Hessian troops because of the growing revolt in the ...Read Review

Of Blood and Brothers

By E. Michael Helms - Published 2013

Genres:

Saga

Calvin Hogue, cub reporter at the St. Andrew Pilot in St. Andrew, Florida, is assigned to cover the Malburn family reunion. This dull-sounding ...Read Review

Letter from a Dead Man

By Dawn Harris - Published 2013

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

The main protagonist is the daughter of a member of the landed aristocracy on the Isle of Wight, a landowner who has recently ...Read Review

The Hunley: The Civil War’s Secret Weapon

By Larry C. Kerr - Published 2013

Genres:

Military

In this fictional account of the building and use of the Confederate ‘submarine,’ Kerr portrays the South as dying as a result of ...Read Review