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Ross Castle Murders is a Gothic tale of evil, hatred, and greed, interwoven with redemption, love, and generosity of spirit, told by engaging characters dark or luminous.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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Beholder, Fielden's third poetry collection, she ventures into both the luminous and the shadow areas of creation and the human condition. Her poems span the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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The Somerset Strangler, third volume in the Virginia Gilmore mystery series, is a psychological thriller that takes place in Glastonbury, Somerset County, England, an area full of mystery and ancient history. It will keep you captivated to its curious and compelling end.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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Travelling Together is a contemporary fable about a man, a tree and a woman on a healing journey. Author Fielden believes that humans and trees are travelling together and that we can't live without each other.

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The Story of Marly Mansion, sequel to The Wolves of Positano, is a psychological thriller that will bring you to a quaint town in England to find murder and devastation. The reader will subsequently be taken to the south of France during the hoopla of the Cannes Film Festival, engaging you in a kidnapping and a villain pursued by favourite characters from the prequel.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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In BEADS ON A FRAGILE STRING, Charlotte FIELDEN’s second poetry collection she demonstrates that during life challenges there has always been a part of her — spirit, soul, higher consciousness — call it what you will, helping her embrace and transcend whatever shows up. Once more, she invites you into her life — inner and outer — as she transcribes it poetically, spanning three years –– 2008, 2009, and 2010. If you have enjoyed her previous collection — Fragrance of Thyme, in Beads On A Fragile String, you will once more find her wisdom, wit, and her considerable insight into the human condition.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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CHARLOTTE FIELDEN’S mystery novel THE WOLVES OF POSITANO transports you to Italy on the Amalfi Coast in the summer of 1966. A crime casts a lingering pall over the beautiful tourist area and the engaging characters and ensuing investigation become entangled in a mystifying web of intrigue and lies. The making of a film that parallels the main plot adds another dimension to the story and keeps you in suspense until the last frame.

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Fragrance of Thyme Charlotte Fielden's lyrical poetry collection spans more than fifty years and displays not only an evolution in the way she writes but in the way her life has evolved. It also reflects the way times have changed. Author Heather Wiley, her editor, has this to say: "Charlotte Fielden has written a poetic trail that can be used for the healing of body, mind, and spirit, capturing the womanly nature of Mother Earth."

John Robert Colombo, author and anthologist says:"In these pages the reader will find poem after poem that speaks to the heart as well as to the head. The poetry in this volume was not written to be read or spoken but to be sung. In fact, if the reader turns the pages slowly and quietly, the poems themselves hum."

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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An Age Without A Name is author Charlotte Fielden's vision of a promising future that evolves out of an apocalyptic past. The novel is the concluding volume of her Weil Trilogy. We rejoin the characters from Crying As She Ran and Messages Like Memories in the year 2020, and we follow them through the hazards of life, the mysteries of afterlife, and their intriguing relationships with people and advanced technologies. This is a novel about heinous ambitions and gargantuan corporate greed, about the healing of hate, and the enduring power of love. It is, above all, a story of redemption. This completes the Weil trilogy that spans one hundred years from the arrival of Sam Weil in the New World in the 1920s to the dawning of an age without a name in 2020.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters, Amazon, the Playrights Guild of Canada, and in most Indigo/Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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Charlotte Fielden's first collection of short stories - A THIN PLACE - released October 2006 contains stories that will take you to the place where the real becomes the surreal, hate becomes demonic, where the day-to-day becomes the miraculous, and love a mystical union. John Robert Colombo, author and anthologist has this to say about A THIN PLACE:

It "...is an accomplished piece of fiction, or should I say, ten accomplished pieces of fiction. No, I was right the first time: the collection amounts to more than the sum of its parts." And Michael Valpy in the Globe and Mail explains: "There is a thin place where the veil between the ordinary world and the Other World is reduced to transparent gossamer… the soul awakens, imagination is captivated, and raw, naked, universal truth is found."

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters and Amazon.

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MESSAGES LIKE MEMORIES , the sequel to Crying as She Ran is the second book of the Weil Trilogy. Sarah returns in the 70's as a ghost so that her nephew Herald will search for the truth about her untimely and tragic death. He becomes a dope-head and dropout who finds purpose in his life with the unravelling of the mystery around both Sarah's life and death. In this book, Charlotte Fielden weaves a web of lies, secrets, alienation, love, and suspense that will capture the reader from cover to cover and ensnare members of the Weil family for generations to come.

This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters and Amazon and in most Indigo and Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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Saving Angel is a most unusual play in two acts. Three famous people - Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, one of the founders of the Theosophical Society, William Butler Yeats, the great Irish poet and occultist, and Denis Saurat, French critic, essayist, poet and metaphysician - gather in an effort to demonstrate that Angel Shiner, a young woman from Leeds, England, is not insane but divinely inspired.

These three great voices from the past combine to create a sparkling comedy with a sterner moral purpose.

The action takes place in 1891 on Friday, the 8th of May, in Madame Blavatsky's home in Norwood, a suburb of London, and later, on the same day in the padded cell of a private clinic for the mentally disturbed. It is the last day of her life and she chooses to spend it saving Angel.

The young Dr. Edwin Samuels feels that while he was treating Angel for her aberrations, and unethically falling in love with her, he had slipped through a rabbit hole into the Mad Hatter's tea party and that perhaps, after all, they were in Wonderland!

During the fascinating examination of Angel's mental state Madame Blavatsky reminds everyone: 'This is no tea party and we are not in Wonderland.'


This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters and Amazon and in most Indigo and Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques. .

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In 1970, Secord descendants June and Lois literally stumbled upon their family history in St. Mark’s cemetery, Niagara-on-the-Lake. They started a genealogical search and ended up with the epic story of Palatine Hill. Three remarkable pioneer women —Elizabeth Servos Johnston, Laura Ingersoll Secord, and Euretta Servos Secord tell the story. Fact and fiction blend seamlessly. PALATINE HILL is about ordinary men and women roused out of their quiet, comfortable lives to perform heroics in extraordinary events that shaped both Canada and the United States of America. The Palatine Hill property grew out of the wilderness to become an important part of idyllic Niagara-on-the-Lake. The Servos and Secords survived contagion, revolution, and war, and when Euretta Servos and John Courtland Secord fall deeply in love and marry, the rival families are finally united. Historians and genealogists are still at work unearthing biographical data about the Servos-Secord family, but PALATINE HILL will always remain a story replete with passion and spiritual yearning, the finality of death and the emergence of life.

PALATINE HILL has a nice historical sweep, covering as it does some two centuries of epochal events, and a succession of carefully presented historical and other figures. Author Charlotte Fielden has worked hard to integrate her historical research with her feeling for people, places and things. As I read it, I kept thinking of “Jalna” and “Forsyte Saga” and other family narratives. She obviously loves her subject and has done the historical figures proud.”

—John Robert Colombo, author and anthologist


This book is now available On-Line at Volumes Publishing, Chapters and Amazon and in most Indigo and Chapters bookstores at their special kiosques.

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Charlotte Fielden’s novel CRYING AS SHE RAN the prequel to MESSAGES LIKE MEMORIES and the first book of the Weil Trilogy is now available through CFM Books.

This story about a Jewish family in the 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s is mainly about Sarah, the youngest of three daughters who refuses to leave the magic of childhood. In her teens she leaves behind all her precious illusions as she runs crying into womanhood.

 

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