Hell Hath No Fury… They say "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." In this second volume of the Anthology with No Name, the senoritas get their payback. In "Some Mercy, Some Justice, Some Magic", ancient matriarchal sorcery protects a young girl from an other-worldly horror in "Nuna Daul Tsuny", a young Cherokee woman who suffered a great atrocity... [click here for more]
On the Wings of Eagles features the warmth and rich characterization readers of all ages enjoyed in the first book, and is sure to become a new favorite among the many fans of Otto, his friends, family, and their little town of Pioneer Lake. This second installment in the Beyond the Blue Horizon series will inspire and engage readers from Young Adult on up.
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Young Otto Kerchner dreams of escaping his father’s Wisconsin dairy farm and becoming a flier like his hero Charles Lindbergh. When a small airport is built on an adjoining property, Otto trades odd jobs for flight lessons and becomes a pilot at 16. When World War II breaks out, he enlists in the Army Air Corps and finds himself a year later high over Germany at the controls of a B-17. Otto and... [click here for more]
On the Wings of Angels (Book 3 of the Beyond the Blue Horizon Series), continues the saga of Otto Kerchner, the airplane-obsessed Wisconsin farm boy who becomes a hero of World War II in On Wings of the Morning (Book 1). He continued to lead his family, friends, and community into new ventures—and sometimes danger—in On the Wings of Eagles (Book 2).
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Every time traveler wants to kill Hitler. Only one actually stopped him.
Yes, I'm a time traveler. Why didn't I go back to kill Stalin? Because in my timeline, there was someone even worse. No, I didn't kill him either. Why? Because sometimes, history's true pivot points aren't where you think they are.
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