Historical Romance

Yeshiva Boy <bR>A Story of Piety and Young Love <bR>By: Ruth Fisher Goodman
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-397-6
Edition: Paperback, 185 Pages
Publication Date: May 11, 2012
Translated from the Yiddish: Herschele by Jacob Dineson

Herschele, a story of piety and young love, was written in Yiddish by Jacob Dineson (b. 1856-d.1919) and published in Warsaw, Poland in 1928. Herschele, an orphan, is enrolled in a Yeshiva. As it was in that era, boys would be given a day each week at someone’s home to take meals. His Wednesdays were at the home of a wealthy widow. The story takes on the depth of meaning when the teenage boy falls in love with the widow’s daughter, but he doesn’t understand the strange feelings that have possessed him: “Has evil passion grasped me by the shoulder? Or has a magician cast an evil spell upon me?” he asks.
A Chance for Glory <BR>By: Elizabeth Haswell
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-389-5
Edition: Paperback, 621 Pages
Publication Date: May 31, 2007
From the author of Green Eyes

It is 1939. Three young men from the same small Canadian town, eager to be part of the history of their time, go off to war. Johnny Henderson, to escape his father’s wrath, sails to England, determined to become a pilot in the R.A.F.. Gordon Cooper, a young lawyer with a promising career, joins the Royal Regiment of Toronto and heads overseas, where, after being involved in espionage for the British, he takes part in the Dieppe Raid. Keith Reid’s destiny takes him to Hong Kong, to a fierce but hopeless battle against the Japanese, followed by a lengthy term as a Prisoner of War.

This is a flesh and blood story of deep emotions, of pain and joy, of love between men and women, between parents and their children. Colleen Mitchell is a nurse, who travels overseas to work in Canadian field hospitals. Frances Easton, an American feminist, finds herself trapped in conservative values she has previously scorned. Gillian Crosswell represents the thousands of English women with whom Canadian and American men formed passionate alliances. Audrey Gage joins the Red Cross Women’s Corp in order to pursue her unfaithful husband and becomes acquainted with an entirely different person within herself.

This book has been ten years in the making. It is based on years of research and personal interviews with veterans in every branch of military service, and with former P.O.W.s. Research into previously unopened files of the Tokyo War Crime Trials, of correspondence between Mountbatten and Hughes-Hallett, of numerous private diaries and letters home form its basis.

The truth that is foremost in A Chance for Glory, is what hovers in the hearts and brains of those who go off to war, - the intensity of love they have known, the desire to die if they must, as soldiers before them have died, bravely and honourably. It is a story which will appeal to every generation- to those in their wild and fiery youth, and to parents, who are helpless to do anything but be spectators of a tragedy they are able to predict.
Impending Danger <BR>By: Jeanette Cooper
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-495-3
Edition: Paperback, 297 Pages
Publication Date: May 22, 2007
Beautiful Gabrielle Hampshire is driven by the single-minded goal of discovering who she is after she witnesses a brutal murder, suffers from traumatic-shock amnesia and is abandoned to a convent. Later, secular life presents Gabrielle with dangerous challenges when she crosses paths with the killers who try to kill her, fearing she will identify them.

Dashing Jonathan Briercliff – who rescues the lovely Gabrielle from a near fatal attempt on her life and later wins her heart and hand in marriage – deceives her with a growing web of lies to keep her from learning the truth about his terrible secret, which could drive her away from him. When Gabrielle finds herself in a life and death battle of wits with Jonathan's vindictive old flame, wanton storms come crashing down around her in the most desperate fight of her life.

Impending Danger is a tale of danger, romance, and passion in a suspenseful love story that will warm your heart and keep you guessing the outcome right to the end.
The Judgment <BR>By: Helen M. Ide
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ISBN: 1-59824-370-5
Edition: Paperback, 296 Pages
Publication Date: November 20, 2006
The Judgment is the third installment in the saga which began with Seduction of Sarah and A Past Revealed. It’s the story of a naive, timid young man growing into a confident man of the world. James was a young school teacher in New York who found his life very boring – until his friend Seth, a U.S. Marshal, convinces him to set out on what would be the adventure of a lifetime. All of his education in New York could not have prepared him for what he would witness in his travels and how it would change his life forever.
Green Eyes <br>By: Elizabeth Haswell
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ISBN: 1-59824-228-8
Edition: Paperback, 348 Pages
Publication Date: July 18, 2006
From the author of A Chance For Glory

This action-packed war novel is set during the Second World War. It begins with the dramatic meeting of RCAF Pilot Officer Samuel LeBlanc and Susan, a young woman who, in only a few minutes, captures his heart for a lifetime. Because of Susan’s unstable and abusive older sister, Hilda, the meeting is a violent one. Circumstances force these three unique characters to part and each experiences their separate struggle before they meet again. Sam is shot down over France and rescued by the French Resistance. Because of his ability to speak the language, he is recruited to help set up an escape route for downed airmen as the secret agent, ‘Green Eyes’. At home, Susan awaits the birth of their child and Hilda’s sanity is tested when she is forced to deal with her mother’s lover.

‘Green Eyes’ is a story of the destructive powers of hate, insanity, abuse and murder and of the redeeming power of love.
A Walk In The Sand <br>By: Alice M. Drobney
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ISBN: 1-59824-244-X
Edition: Paperback, 472 Pages
Publication Date: June 13, 2006
A young girl leaves the farm life she grew up in to seek a better life. Remembering her few vacations at the seashore, the lure of those memories draws her to the New Jersey shore. Elizabeth Downs finds out about romance, the wonders of real love, the horrors of war and the meaning of true friendship.
A Past Revealed <bR>By: Helen M. Ide
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ISBN: 1-59824-086-2
Edition: Paperback, 279 Pages
Publication Date: October 2005
This is a gripping tale of a daughter finding an envelope in her Grandmother’s things that she should have left alone. She will unleash a past that should never have been revealed. It affects everyone’s life and she will see her father in ways she never would have imagined.
The Seduction of Sarah <Br>By: Helen M. Ide
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The Seduction of Sarah is a story of romance during the turmoil of the Civil War. Sarah is a young southern girl who is striving to be an adult. She finds herself lost during the war and seeks refuge with her uncle. Her mother tries to keep her safe, but Sarah has her own plan. She meets Robert, a young brash colonel from the North. He takes her on a journey that she will never forget. They have a love hate relationship that will capture your heart, make you angry at times, and will surely leave you wanting more.

Trade Paperback 374 pages
ISBN: 1-59824-080-3
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