American History - Romance
A Land Beyond the River – American’s first major public work, the Erie Canal, opens a vast heartland to settlement and commerce. An eastern heiress and a Great Lakes ship captain find true love as they work to realize DeWitt Clinton’s dream of a 350-mile waterway joining Lake Erie to the Hudson River.
Native American Saint – Biographical Novel
Kateri: Lily of the Mohawks – A scarred, crippled Mohawk virgin transcends the brutality of her culture, and embraces Catholicism with such fervor that the Vatican canonizes her three centuries later as the first Native American saint.
American Irish History – True Story
The Trial of Bat Shea – An anti-Irish hate group infiltrates the criminal justice system to railroad a young Irish thug to the electric chair after an election day murder. This true story, based on a sensational 1894 murder trial, is told as a novel, a screenplay and stage play with 12 dramatic songs. See www.BatShea.com