Fifty years ago, Heinrich “Henry” Rohling was a German POW in Camp Conrad. Now widowed and in his seventies, he journeys back to Conrad, Kansas, to join in a POW reunion. And to correct the American verdict that his friend Novak died of suicide many years ago.
In a moment of heinous desecration, Claire O’Brien’s life changes forever. In an attempt to gather the pieces of her shattered life, she leaves Ireland and all she loves and journeys to America to begin her life anew.
The Eidola Project travels to Petersburg, Virginia, to investigate a series of murders in the Black community—rumored to be caused by a werewolf.
Returning from Vietnam to the family’s Carolina tobacco farm two Marines find a place that isn’t home anymore.
It’s the summer of 1962, middle of the Cold War, and the O’Brien family has moved off-grid to the Mojave Desert in Southern California.
Escaping a disastrous love affair, successful Silicon Valley techie, Alyssa Manchester pounces on the chance to settle a long-lost relative’s Parisian estate. Buried amidst hordes of junk in the apartment, Alyssa unearth s a trove of priceless artifacts—and a partial journal revealing evidence of her great-aunt’s secret World War II identity.
When USO volunteer and nursing student Millie Beaubien meets WWII Royal Air Force pilot Edward Owen in Detroit, she’s convinced she’s found her very own larger than life hero.
When Betty Palmer’s sister dies under suspicious circumstances whilst landing her Tiger Moth, Betty and three other women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary in WWII England unite to discover who killed her and why.
Lieutenant Shane Winslow is a recipient of the prestigious Coast Guard Medal. But four years after his rescue and survival story that catapulted him into the news, he is back home on Cape Cod. The perfect life he’d planned to live has become one of unfulfilled promises and grief.
The teenage son of a hetaera (woman of pleasure), Pheidippides and his beautiful young mother are not recognized as citizens of ancient Athens.