In Maze of Mourning, Frieda Voorhorst describes the process of grieving after the death of her father. Her style is reflexive: she looks at her own emotions, thoughts and actions. In this way, the book is contemplative without being weighty: it focusses on the dayly events in this period.
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A permanently free start to The Phoenix Series.
The Romanov legend is alive and well and Stacey is about to find out first hand as she goes to Russia to learn more about their royalty only to find out that she is the last direct line to the Romanovs and she is a threat to the current president of that country.
The ideal introduction to Catholicism for spiritual seekers, Catholic or otherwise.
Private eye Simeon Grist has been out of print for 20 years, his remaining readers are being murdered, he’s just learned he’s fictional — and he’s PISSED OFF.
Reader’s Favorite 5* Award Winning Travel Memoir
Take a trip to Cairo, Egypt, visit the sites, and read what it’s like to be a western educator in a Muslim school. Whether you’re a traveler or not, you will be astounded at this honest and riveting account of learning to live in an Islamic society
Compelling dark drama with sophisticated comic relief.
A Thriller of Masterful Suspense that strikes deep fear throughout it’s journey to the chilling truth.
With vampires, it’s all about the blood…
A story about the relationship between a young nurse in the Vietnam War and a political protester in Australia.
This outstanding story is the one of a man, who was born in France to a North African mother and an unknown American father. He spent more than half his life looking for his father whose name was the only thing he knew of him. In 2016, at the age of fifty, he eventually found the truth!
Love lost is painful. And then they kill themselves. And you lose again. And then your life unravels. And so do the lives of your friends.