Militia by Michael Hill on BookTweeter.com

Militia by Michael Hill

Summary: In 1769, William Mitchell is an orchard farmer in a time when neighbors become enemies. He becomes a minuteman in the Massachusetts militia and responds to the alarm at Lexington, which takes him into battle at Bunker Hill, Saratoga, Monmouth and Rhode Island. He starts out as a loyal Patriot defending his home and…

Zepharius, Volume 1 by Mel Snyder on BookTweeter.com

Zepharius, Volume 1 by Mel Snyder

Summary: Gaining more power is the only objective of the government of Gisaawek, and Zepharius is a devoted soldier who serves with that objective in mind. Then memories of events before a certain point in time in the history of the Gisaawekians start coming back to her, memories that could be deadly, and she begins…

May of Ashley Green by Lilly Adam on BookTweeter.com

May of Ashley Green by Lilly Adam

Summary: Tragedy strikes in 1860 in the quiet hamlet of Ashley Green, Cheshire, and 17-year-old May Huntley’s life changes forever as a series of shocking family secrets are revealed. The author has indicated that this book contains questionable content for children under 13. The author has indicat Top-level Genre: Fiction Sub-genre(s): Historical, Romance Buy from:…

The Color of Fear by Wendy Wanner on BookTweeter.com

The Color of Fear by Wendy Wanner

Summary: Murder. Unexplained events. Mysterious symbols. One woman risks her life to uncover the truth… A spree of unexplained serial killings rocks the quiet, God-fearing town of Eastwood, shattering nearly 350 years of peace and harmony since the witch trials in neighboring Salem. Racing the killer, Rachel works to unlock the mysteries of supernatural phenomena,…

Heraclitus Nimis Obscurē by Ross Coburn on BookTweeter.com

Heraclitus Nimis Obscurē by Ross Coburn

Summary: This book is a coherent, cohesive exposition of the methods, intentions and teachings of the only universally acknowledged, founding member of the fraternity whose other members Socrates, Plato and Aristotle formed the foundation of western thinking. Considered impenetrable for more than 2,500 years, his words offer new insights into the nature of knowledge, understanding,…

Sarah's Song by Vicky Whedbee on BookTweeter.com

Sarah’s Song by Vicky Whedbee

Summary: In the 1940s, in a rural East Tennessee town in Appalachian country, where people rise before the sun comes up, work hard all day, go to bed early and rest in church on Sunday, one little secret that has been kept for over 16 years could change the lives of so many people if…