Mary L. Newton

So Wild a Dream

By Win Blevins - Published 2003

Genres:

AdventureWestern

In 1822, Sam Morgan is growing up in the mountains near Pittsburgh, with itchy feet and a hungry spirit. At 19, he leaves his home ...Read Review

The Honourable Earl

By Mary Nichols - Published 2003

Genres:

Romance

Set in 1763, this is the romance of Lydia Fostyn and the Earl of Blackwater. Lydia is being pressured into marrying a wealthy but ...Read Review

Jane and the Ghosts of Netley

By Stephanie Barron - Published 2003

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Seventh in Barron’s series of historical suspense novels featuring Jane Austen as an amateur sleuth, this is a well-crafted melding of wit, ...Read Review

The Oriental Casebook of Sherlock Holmes

By Ted Riccardi - Published 2003

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeShort Stories

This novel covers the great gap in the Holmes canon, between the time Holmes was supposedly killed at Reichenbach Falls with his archenemy ...Read Review

The Welcoming Door

By Kenny Kemp - Published 2002

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The Welcoming Door is an imaginative story of what could have been the basis for three of Jesus’ parables from the Gospels. Before ...Read Review

The Elk-Dog Heritage

By Don Coldsmith - Published 2002

Genres:

MilitarySagaWestern

      The third novel written by Coldsmith in his Spanish Bit Saga narrates an episode of the Elk-Dog People of the American Great Plains ...Read Review

Tuxedo Park

By Jennet Conant - Published 2002

Genres:

InspirationalMilitaryNonfiction

Conant’s first book is a vividly written biography of Alfred Loomis, Wall Street mogul in the 1920s and brilliant amateur physicist after 1929. ...Read Review

The Adventures of Miles and Isabel

By Tom Gilling - Published 2002Published 2003

Genres:

Adventure

The title characters of Tom Gilling’s short novel are born on the same date in 1856 Sydney, Australia. Miles is the only son ...Read Review

Educating Waverley

By Laura Kalpakian - Published 2002

Genres:

Literary

Nona York, prolific elderly romance author, hires Rebecca Devere as a temporary assistant. Becky has just moved to Isadora Island with her mother, ...Read Review

Cloud of Sparrows

By Takashi Matsuoka - Published 2002Published 2003

Genres:

Saga

In 1861, Japan has been opened to Western trade, igniting a clash of cultures. Emily Gibson is one of a small group of Christian ...Read Review