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Historical Fiction with Heart

“Turbulent historical setting? Check.
Vivid descriptions? Check.
Realistic and likeable central character? Check.
Page-turning excitement? Check.
Heart-stopping denouement? Check.
Passion, heroism, betrayal? Check, check, and check.”
(Kathryn Atwood).


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All seven novels are available as ebooks and paperbacks.
Stalin Will Save Me, a free short story, is only available from Instafreebie.


Due early 2017: The Red Oak and The Sixth Man.




5 thoughts on “Home

  1. The Woman on the Train reveals a balance of Man’s inhumanity and one man’s humanity ; a powerful documentary of Holocaust and hope. Thank you for this story. Also, I would like to preview The Sixth Man. Thank you, Sandra Eells.

  2. SHAME ON YOU!!!
    Who told you that St. Petersburg was named after Peter 1 ??? !!!
    Lie with the first line!!!
    Read the history before write the BOOKS, “writer” !
    Such a shame.

    • Alena,
      I guess you’re referring to my book on the siege of Leningrad? So, who was St Petersburg named after if it wasn’t Peter the Great?

      • Tsar Peter the Great named our city after his patron saint, the apostle Saint Peter.
        Do you know how your book was translated into Russian?
        “История Ленинграда
        Названный в честь своего основателя Петра I..”

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