by Hannah Howe
Betrayal is book one in the five book Ann’s War Mystery Series. Each story, average 15,000 words, contains a complete mystery. The stories are based on true events and are set in 1944-5 on the Home Front in Britain. While each mystery is resolved in each book, Ann’s story arc is resolved over the five books.
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The Flame of Eternity
by Sydney Bristow
Preston LeClerc, a dying billionaire who built his empire on murder and extortion, offers his apprentice a chance to take over his dynasty, but when Terrance refuses the promotion, LeClerc frames him for murder, schemes to kill the love of his life, and bankrupts half of Chicago, knowing only his pupil could reverse the effects.
Terrance has only 24 hours to save his soul mate and clear his name from a murder charge while racing to save tens of thousands from losing their life savings. But will his efforts end up killing over 300 people, leaving 100,000 more homeless, and trigger the most calamitous natural disaster of the 19th century, the Great Chicago Fire?
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Category: Thrillers – Historical
Song for a Gypsy (The Wolfboy Chronicles Book 1)
by Willow Rose
A riveting new fantasy, perfect for adults or teens from a bestselling author.
Sara’s life is drastically changed the moment a convoy of horse-drawn caravans enters the quiet Reidenburgerstrasse in Germany, where she lives with the people she thinks are her parents. Sara doesn’t know that her parents found her in a basket on their doorstep thirteen years earlier. Neither does she know that she is a gypsy or that she is going to be the greatest sorceress who has ever lived. Soon Sara will discover a magical world she never knew existed and go on a journey that she knows will cost her dearly.
What people are saying about Song for a Gypsy:
‘If you are a fan of YA fantasy adventure books or would like an easy, fun, enjoyable read, adult or child, go ahead and pick this one up. You will not be disappointed. I cannot wait to read this to two of my step-daughters (who are 8 and 11) because I know they would love this story.’ – readitreviewit.
‘It reminded me of Alice in Wonderland and how once she left some sort of creature/obstacle behind, there was always something else even more strange ahead of them.’- readingwithstyle
‘I never had a dull moment reading the book. It was fun and full of exciting happenings and fast-paced just the way I like it! I recommend it to young readers, but adults can still enjoy the story’- coffeebooksandme
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