Available April 21, 2020

A sweeping historical romance in the age of sail

A sweeping historical romance in the age of sail

A sweeping historical romance in the age of sailA sweeping historical romance in the age of sail

A sweeping historical romance in the age of sail

A sweeping historical romance in the age of sail

A sweeping historical romance in the age of sailA sweeping historical romance in the age of sailA sweeping historical romance in the age of sail

Coming 4/21/20

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Coming 4/21/20

Heart's Blood

Advance Praise For Heart's Blood

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About Alice

Alice Von Kannon is an author and historian who's written for History and the Discovery Channel. She is co-author with her husband Christopher Hodapp of books in the popular ''Dummies'' series for Wiley publishing.  Her novel Heart's Blood grew out of her love for the town of Salem in the romantic age of tall ships.

Non-Fiction

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Books co-authored by Christopher L. Hodapp and Alice Von Kannon

Conspiracy Theories & Secret Societies For Dummies

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The most famous--and infamous--conspiracy theories throughout history, including the assassination of JFK, the death of Princess Diana, Area 51, Moon landing hoaxes, Elvis sightings, and the 9/11 "truth movement," along with secret societies like Freemasons, Skull and Bones, Rosicrucians, the Mafia, and Ninjas.  Authors Christopher Hodapp (Solomon's Builders, Freemasons For Dummies) and Alice Von Kannon (The Templar Code For Dummies) take you on a lively, balanced trip through the world of conspiracism and secrecy.

The Templar Code For Dummies

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Discover the true story of the rise and fall of the Poor Fellow Soldiers of Christ and the Temple of Solomon, from their humble start on the road to Jerusalem guarding pilgrims, to their meteoric climb as the most powerful military and political force in the Holy Land and Europe, their role as the first international bankers, and their subsequent plummet from grace and influence to total destruction--all in just the two hundred short years of the 12th and 13th centuries.