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Call Me Sonja

by Donna Russo Morin

There were few places as glamorous as Cannes, France, in the early twentieth century, and few women as lovely and mysterious as a Russian princess. For Princess Samaroff’s young daughter, Sonja, meeting American Norman Carey was... Read More

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The Legend of Alexandros

by Donna Russo Morin

In The Legend of Alexandros: Titans of Chaos, two cataclysmic events change the course of the lives of three Titans: One event puts them in stasis in the Underworld for hundreds of years, and the other brings them back. In the... Read More

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Million Dollar Baby

by Donna Russo Morin

The Depression era of the United States was one of the worst times this country has ever suffered. Yet even in the worst of times there is something valuable to be found—money was scarce, but innocence, kindness, and grace were in... Read More

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The Ruffian on the Stair

by Donna Russo Morin

Sebastian Rolvenden is gifted with the written remains of his namesake grandfather’s life: a journal of sorts, a map, and letters which reveal that his vicar ancestor was much more than a religious man in his earlier days; he was a... Read More

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The Outsider

by Donna Russo Morin

The ambition of the historical fiction novel is not only to expound upon the events within a previous time and place, but to peel back the layers of fact and reveal the nuances of the lives beneath. "The Outsider" by Ann H. Gabhart has... Read More

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River Ghosts

by Donna Russo Morin

Adult nightmares are often the echoes of childhood recollections, horrors left behind to grow and fester in the fertile earth of imagination. The visions of Richard Hill are no different; the memories of what he witnessed—his... Read More

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Maiden Rock

by Donna Russo Morin

Once upon a time, the evil of drugs lived only in the alleys of big cities. Now, as depicted in prolific author Mary Logue’s "Maiden Rock", its malevolence has permeated even the most innocent of small towns. No place is safe. Deputy... Read More

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Obit

by Donna Russo Morin

Rarely is the impetuousness of youth undertaken with thoughts of legacy. In "Obit" by Anne Emery, one man’s political devotion becomes his children’s ultimate terror. The book’s spirited ride is piloted by barrister Monty Collins,... Read More

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