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Chief of Thieves by Steven W. Kohlhagen

Chief of Thieves by Steven W. Kohlhagen

Chief of Thieves by award-winning author Steven W. Kohlhagen is historical fiction, based on a factual group of 1862 con artists who successfully stole millions of today’s dollars, became cattle ranchers in Oregon and Wyoming, and ultimately met their respective fates at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Where They Bury You, Sunstone Press, was released in September 2013.  Chief of Thieves, […]

Secrets of the Tudor Age Seers

Secrets of the Tudor Age Seers

Today, it is my pleasure to welcome Nancy Bilyeau to my Fear and Loathing in Tudor England blog. If you love all things Tudor, you will love these posts. Have a look around to see what else Nancy has contributed to the blogs. You’ll also find articles by Alison Weir, Susan Bordo, Adrienne Dillard, The […]

Watch the Lady #SummerMustRead

Watch the Lady #SummerMustRead

UPDATE: Elizabeth Fremantle will be hosting a Facebook Q&A next week, on 6/16/2015 from 7-9pm UK time (2-4pm EST). For easy reference, you can find her Facebook page here:  Elizabeth Fremantle Author From “a brilliant new player in the court of royal fiction” (People), comes the mesmerizing story of Lady Penelope Devereux—the daring young beauty […]

Peace, Love & Romance Boxset: Women Who Have Loved, Lost, and Triumphed.

Peace, Love & Romance Boxset: Women Who Have Loved, Lost, and Triumphed.

For a limited time, ten of today’s hottest and bestselling authors bring you PEACE, LOVE & ROMANCE – a collection of full-length novels (some sweet, some sizzling!) all celebrating women who have loved, lost, and triumphed. 99 Cents for TEN FULL LENGTH Best selling romance novels.That’s less than the price of a grande coffee of […]

Film Review: “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”

Film Review: “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”

Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson), two young Americans spend the summer in Spain. Their first adventure is meeting the passionate artist Juan Antonio (Javier Bardem). He has romance overflowing in his blood. He approaches them while they are enjoying a conversation surrounded by the warm ambiance of a Barcelona restaurant. Vicky makes the […]

The Gamblers by Christoph Fischer

The Gamblers by Christoph Fischer

THE GAMBLERS Ben is an insecure accountant obsessed with statistics, gambling and beating the odds. When he wins sixty-four million in the lottery he finds himself challenged by the possibilities that his new wealth brings. He soon falls under the influence of charismatic Russian gambler Mirco, whom he meets on a holiday in New York. […]

Why? Why? Why? The Marriage of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, 30 May 1536

Why? Why? Why? The Marriage of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, 30 May 1536

by Hunter Jones When I started this blog, it was to research the symbols and motifs that surrounded Henry VIII and Jane Seymour on her presentation at his court as Queen on 4 June, the Whitsunday which followed their official marriage on 30 May 1536. I was going to begin at 29 May and build […]

Film View: “The OceanMaker”

Film View: “The OceanMaker”

After the seas have disappeared, a courageous pilot fights against vicious sky pirates for control of the last remaining source of water: the clouds. The Earth is dry. The Oceans are strewn with decaying ships, long ago falling to the bottom of the empty seas. What caused the Earth to dry up is unknown. I […]

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