The Man With Two Names

Quintus Sertorius was once Rome’s greatest hero, now he is her most dangerous enemy. He now tells his story from the beginning, from the treacherous Forum of Rome to the violent forests of Gaul. He recalls how he became friends and enemies of the most powerful men in Rome as he is forced to decide […]

The Munich Girl

Anna Dahlberg grew up eating dinner under her father’s war-trophy portrait of Eva Braun. Fifty years after the war, she discovers what he never did—that her mother and Hitler’s mistress were friends.The secret surfaces with a mysterious monogrammed handkerchief, and a man, Hannes Ritter, whose Third Reich family history is entwined with Anna’s.Plunged into the […]

Free: Encounters of Fate

Encounters of Fate tells about encounters between young people and the romance that grows despite the wars and difficulties they experience. It relays a multi-faceted exploration of the Jewish experience through the horrors and the hope of the Holocaust and the post-war years in which there were still challenges to be met. The struggle against […]

The Fall of the Russian Empire

Teeming with unforgettable characters, The Fall of the Russian Empire reveals the brutal realities of Soviet life and the inspiring spirit it takes to endure and overcome a violent regime. $0.99 on Kindle.

The Sword Brothers

An exciting, fast-paced story set in the Baltic Crusade in the 13th century that revolves around Conrad Wolff, a boy who flees Germany to fight in the wars of the Sword Brothers against the pagans. $0.99 on Kindle.

The Black Hand of God

As a man floats down the Kongo river in the 18th century, his confused thoughts unfold to tell a story of greed, deception, and murder. A skull, some bones, and his recollections reveal the truth about one of Africa’s greatest heroines and how she shook the foundations of Catholicism in Africa. Since so many slaves […]

Free: Stop Them Now

For a time, the Nazi killing machine of World War 2 was effective at extinguishing the testimony of its evil deeds. Its ability to insulate information concerning its radical program of genocide is almost too much to fully comprehend. However, people like Szmul Zygielbojm punctured the Nazi veil of secrecy and managed to be champions […]

The Trail Drivers of Texas

“Absolutely the best source there is on the cattle trail.” Walter Prescott Webb. J. Marvin Hunter’s The Trail Drivers of Texas is a brilliant collection of first hand accounts of men and women who lived on the trail and range in the Old West. In total there are over two hundred different accounts from Texans in the […]

The Other Side of the Stars

  After the death of her parents, immigrant Gita finds herself in post WWII America with nothing but a few haunting childhood memories and an arranged marriage to Max. Despite her initial hesitations and his elusive nature, the awkward tension soon dissipates as they settle into life together. But with the arrival of a stranger, […]

The Lost Gospel of Barabbas: The Thirteenth Apostle

An epic and gripping saga of the most notorious man in the Bible. Rome is at the height of its power and cruelty. Insurrection is punishable by death. While the Jews hope for their long-awaited messiah, a zealot hides in the belly of a ship, his hand forced in a rash and devastating event. He […]

Atlantis Explained

This book is a compilation of writings, which tell about the Atlantis civilization and the flood that destroyed it. Also, the conclusion leads to an explanation about why Europeans are white. It seems that the destruction of Atlantis was the result of a natural disaster that dug a series of craters across North America; the […]

We Were Soldiers Too

Ground zero for a nuclear war was just over an hour northeast of Frankfurt, Germany. The small town of Fulda is nestled at the base of a natural gap in the hilly wooded terrain of West Germany and was a corridor between East and West Germany. Referred to as the Fulda Gap, this corridor was […]

The Lost Gospel of Barabbas: The Thirteenth Apostle

An epic and gripping saga of the most notorious man in the Bible. Rome is at the height of its power and cruelty. Insurrection is punishable by death. While the Jews hope for their long-awaited messiah, a zealot hides in the belly of a ship, his hand forced in a rash and devastating event. Hunted […]

Chinese Education in Singapore: An Untold Story of Conflict and Change

With five star reviews at Goodreads, this uncensored, unofficial, and unauthorized history of Singapore is not crammed with historical facts and dates, but filled with the experiences of Chinese migrants and their descendants. $0.99 on Kindle.

The Commitment: The Impact of American Jews on the Establishment of the State of Israel post-WWII

In this riveting analysis, Doron Almog describes the pivotal role of the Jewish community in the United States in helping Israel fight for its independence. Though their government had its doubts, American Jews saw the righteousness of the cause of establishing a Jewish homeland after World War II and the Holocaust. In defiance of official […]

Warrior Lore

The echoes of Norse myth and Germanic legend resonate through these medieval Scandinavian ballads, presented here in a new English translation. You will see fighting with trolls and heroes, flyting with riddles, and flights with princesses from their raging fathers and rampaging brothers. Let these ballads of heroes sing out and remember a bygone age in the […]

History Books from $1.99

  Browse this selection of history books from $1.99.

Starved For Bullets: A Collection of Scars

Fifty tantalizing poems and prose await you as medically-retired Marine, Sgt. Goodrich, brings the unsettling world of the conflicted veteran into full view. With beautifully terrifying visuals and unexpected truths, be sure to strap yourself in tight for the controversial ride ahead. Once the final page is turned, you will never again look at the […]

A Peek at Bathsheba

At the height of his political success, David takes a stumble, which threatens to undermine all his achievements. He falls in love with a married woman, Bathsheba, and then tries to cover up the scandal, and have her husband, Uriah, carry his own death sentence to his commander, Joav. Only then does regret set in.

Buying Time: Beating Swords into Plowshares

During the Cold War, with the doomsday clock at three minutes to midnight, protesters risked their lives and freedom at nuclear weapon sites. Join a rabble-rousing Catholic priest and Methodist minister, a kindergarten teacher, and a Quaker homemaker, as they beat swords into plowshares, or in this case, hammer on a B-52 bomber. Arrested and […]

Gone for a Soldier

Divided by loyalty to the King of England and the idea of democracy, the Van Buskirk family struggles from the Boston Tea Party to the Battle of Yorktown to preserve a way of life or forge a new nation. This novel includes descriptions of major battles, transcriptions of letters from George Washington, John Adams, Benedict […]

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