Too like the lightning
In the 25th century, to pay for his crimes, Mycroft Canner is required to wander the world being as useful as he can to all he meets; Carlyle Foster is a spiritual counselor in a world that as outlawed religion; and a young boy named Bridger with the ability to make his wishes come may hold the key to destabilizing the chaotic form of utopia they all live in.
The secrets of Wishtide : a Laetitia Rodd mystery
A debut entry in a new series by the award-winning author of "Five Children on the Western Front" introduces archdeacon's widow and private investigator Laetitia Rodd, who goes undercover to assist her barrister brother during a case involving the illicit affairs of a nobleman's son.
Katherine of Aragon, the true queen : a novel
Young Katherine of Aragon, daughter of Spain's powerful monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella, was an exquisite prize in the royal marriage market. Golden-haired, sixteen years old, she was sent to England to marry the future king, Arthur, Prince of Wales. But when Arthur died a few months after their wedding, Katherine's bright future was suddenly eclipsed. It took his younger brother Henry VIII eight long years to do the honorable thing and marry her. Their union was briefly happy until Katherine failed to bear a son, and Anne Boleyn caught Henry's eye.
Blood of the earth
Forced out of her isolated life, Nell Ingram—referred to PsyLED, a government agency policing paranormals by skinwalker Jane Yellowrock—is thrust into an investigation that leads her to the vampire Blood Master of Nashville and deep into the heart of the very cult she fears. By the New York Times best-selling author of Shadow Rites.