Big Bad Wolf By Nancy Gray #Book Tour

Spine Chillers: Big Bad Wolf by Nancy Gray, Mid-Grade Horror, 112 pp.

Title: BIG BAD WOLF

Author: Nancy Gray

Publisher: Independent

Pages: 112

Genre: Middle Grade Horror

 

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The Artist And The Soldier By Angella Petta #Spotlight

Historical Fiction
Date Published: May 1, 2018
Publisher: Warren Publishing
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Two young men come of age and fall in love, set against the backdrop of true events in World War II
It’s 1938. Bastian Fisher and Max Amsel meet at an American-Nazi camp, Siegfried. Neither have any idea what to do with their blooming, confusing feelings for one another. Before they can begin to understand, the pair is yanked apart and forced in opposite directions.
Five years later, during the heart of World War II, Bastian’s American army platoon lands in Salerno, Italy. Max is in Nazi-occupied Rome where he has negotiated a plan to hire Jews on as ‘extras’ in a movie—an elaborate ruse to escape the Nazis. Brought together by circumstance and war, Bastian and Max find one another again in Rome.
Exploring the true stories of Camp Siegfried and the making of the film, La Porta del Cielo, The Artist and the Soldier is intense, fast moving, and sheds light on largely untouched stories in American and Italian history.

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Death said the Gypsy Queen: A Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery by Susan Boles #Spotlight

Death said the Gypsy Queen
by Susan Boles

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#FallingInLove Spotlight – Through The Fire By Elizabeth Johns

 

Through the Fire: A Traditional Regency Romance by Elizabeth Johns

When two people have walked through fire, can love bring the healing and help they need?

Spurned by love, Lady Margaux Winslow, daughter of the Marquess of Ashbury, has no use for the other eligible gentlemen of London. Despite her beauty, her sharp tongue soon earns her a reputation as a dragon. Convincing her parents to let her retreat to their Scottish estate, a home for abandoned young women, Margaux feels she can do something meaningful with her life. At their wits’ end, her parents believe a few months in seclusion will teach her to appreciate her privileged existence, and accept the next gentleman of worth who offers for her. Margaux has no plans to yield. But neither she nor her parents bargain for the proximity of the gorgeous, blue-eyed Scotsman on the neighbouring estate.

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