Some Selections From Our Members
Sometimes Fate Can Be Very Cruel! Book # 9 by Raymond Cook
Migrating to the Colorado Territory was not without perils. From cholera, smallpox, broken wagon wheels, Indian attacks, lost children, injuries, rattlesnake bites, taking the wrong road, blizzards, starvation and even robbery could crush the dreams of a pioneer family.
Sometimes Life Can Be Very Cruel! is a 179 page story about Arnold and Bonnie Brown
Dobyns Chronicles: A Boy Becomes A Man by Shirley McLain
Dobyns Chronicles is a captivating celebration of the life of Charlie Dobyns. His life began in northeast Texas near Bonham, on the Red River. His Cherokee mother and cowboy father strove to survive on their river valley ranch. Tragedy ended this way of life for Charlie in 1888. Follow him through Chickasaw Territory and on
Her Man In Havana by Fran Connor
If you love action, adventure and thrillers that also make you smile, this is the one for you.
When Harry arrives in Havana on business he’s soon way out of his depth as he’s drawn into a scam with stolen rum, gangsters, secret police and the beautiful Maria.
This ordinary guy must trawl his hidden
The Journal Of Ezekiel Walker by John J. Zelenski
On furlough from his World War ll Civilian Public Service Unit in the fall of 1945, a war weary Ezekiel Walker returns to his family farm in Walker’s Vale, Pennsylvania. Everything about him, the world and his beloved town of Walker’s Vale, which had been founded by his grandfather Noah Walker 90 years ago had
Kidnap The Pope (World War II Series Book 6) by Jack DuArte
In late July 1943, World War II is in full throttle when Italian dictator Benito Mussolini is overthrown. His close friend and long-time admirer, Adolf Hitler, is convinced that Catholic Church and Pope Pius XII are behind the coup and determines to do something about it.
Even though he is himself a catholic, and his