A mystery/suspense novel that spans the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall. Inspired by real events, the novel features dramatic escapes, puzzling mysteries, and murder.
This is the story of Jesus, seen through the eyes of a slave, a guard in Herod’s palace, a Pharisee, the daughter of a Zealot, and a tax collector. Jesus overthrows the thrones in their lives as they weave through the book of Luke, chapter by chapter.
André Cailloux is the forgotten first black hero in the first black unit to see action in the American Civil War. This is the story of André and his wife, Felicie, as they try to survive in the turbulent world of New Orleans.
John Scobell, the first African-American spy in the U.S. intelligence service, operates deep within Confederate lines during the Civil War. Based on a true story, this thriller tells the little-known story of the Lincoln League, a network of African-American spies.
Harriet Tubman’s name is legendary, but most people do not know her complete story. The Tubman Train is one of the first novels to tackle her remarkable life.
Henry “Box” Brown mails himself to freedom. He ships himself in a box from Richmond to Philadelphia—one of the most incredible escape attempts in the history of the Underground Railroad.
Ellen and William Craft escape from Macon, Georgia, when Ellen poses as a white man, while her husband pretends to be her slave. Their escape changes the nation. A true story.