A video of Paulette’s new book, The Old Gilt Clock.
Synopsis: During one of the darkest times in human history when millions of innocent Jews and others deemed “undesirables” were being sent to concentration camps to be brutality worked to death or slaughtered, a group of Dutch resistance workers rose up against the atrocities. Their resistance to the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands created a vast counterintelligence, domestic sabotage, and communications network to help hide Jewish people from German authorities. The Old Gilt Clock is the story of how one Dutch resistance member, Willem Arondéus, risked his life to defy the Nazis’ plans to identify and deport hundreds of thousands of Dutch Jews. Arondéus’ courage is largely forgotten by history, but not by the Jewish and Dutch people. Written by the award-winning international Amazon bestselling author of The Seven Year Dress, comes a story of Arondéus’ courageous struggle to stand up to the unimaginable evil designs of Hitler. Inclusive is Arondéus’ battle to come out to his homophobic father, who hated his son’s homosexuality. It is also a story about friendships formed in the Dutch resistance movement, their joys and sorrows, their wins and losses, their loves and betrayals, and ultimately their resilience to oppose tyranny and oppression when millions stood silent condoning heinous behavior. Thousands are alive today because of these brave, compassionate men and women.

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

A heartfelt thank you to my friend Catalina Egan for making this great video. Please feel free to stop by and have a look, make a comment, and share.

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Paulette’s new book. All profits from all her books go toward rescuing dogs from kill shelters.

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

Dear Family & Friends,
I am happy to announce the release of my latest novel, Irma’s Endgame.
To date profits from my books have helped free 2,177 dogs from kill shelters. All before and after photos are on my blogsite. I’ve been very fortunate that my books have been selling and that dogs are benefitting. To each and every one of you who has purchased a book, wrote a review, or helped spread the word, a heartfelt thank you. You have made it possible for me to help all these dogs.
IRMA ENDGAME eBOOK front cover
When newspaper headlines screamed in large bold print that one of the world’s leading heart-transplant surgeons, Peter Dayton, was arrested for the death of one of his transplant patients, shock waves were felt around the world. Particularly impacted was an attorney, Irma Mullins, who found it inconceivable that the man she once loved could have committed…

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A lovely review by the very talented author, Christoph Fischer.




I’m delighted to finally prewsent my own review of this marvellous book. I am a big fan of Paulette who has been on my blog plenty of times and yet, not often enough. A different kind of Angel by Paulette Mahurin is particularly powerful as it is based on a true story. When a brave […]

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Paulette’s new book, A Different Kind of Angel. All profits go to help get dogs out of kill shelters.

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

My new book is live on Amazon. As with all my other books, all the profits from it will go to help get dogs out of kill shelters.  I’m grateful for all the support my books have received. To everyone who has or plans to purchase a book and additionally take the time to write a review, thank you. Each purchase and review is given attention by Amazon in ranking a book and that means promotion. A lot of dogs will benefit.

Links to purchase my new book in the U.S. and it will also be available on other Amazon sites around the world.


Inspired by real events chronicled by journalist for The World News, Elizabeth Cochrane (pen name, Nellie Bly), in 1887.

Klara Gelfman’s life in Kiev was serene until she turned nineteen. That’s when Russia’s Tsar Alexander II was assassinated, and a vicious propaganda campaign spread that…

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106 dogs saved from kill shelters with the help of profits from Paulette’s books.

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap

I’m deeply grateful to everyone who has purchased, read, and taken the time to review one of my books. All profits from my books go to help get dogs like Clifford, Bella, Elton, Cookie,  Betty, Jayla, Dakota, Jacoby, Terrance,  Noreen, Girly girl, Rosaleen, Reba, Leo, siblings Tanner & Sue, Millicent, Lucy, Phoebe, Meeka, Vikingo, Maverick, Gershwin, Halo, Trudy, Porter, Rory, Ruby, Lulu, Angel, Eliza, bonded siblings elderly Bruno & Bullet, Casper & Kassidy (see photos below) out of kill shelters. So far in 2018, 106 dogs have been rescued. In 2017 we’ve helped free 904 dogs. In 2016, 250 dogs were freed. In 2015, 148 dogs were freed.

AND please for everyone who’s purchased a book could I humbly ask you to write a review when you’ve completed the read.  Amazon promotes and ranks books according to number of reviews in addition to sales. Every voice helps spread the word…

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Great Review for Paulette’s book, The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap.


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The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap (2012) by Paulette Mahurin is an intriguing and thought-provoking book which is written excellently by the author.

Set in the 1800s in a small town in Nevada, the story follows the love story of Mildred Dunlap and her cousin Edra. Following Oscar Wilde’s conviction in Britain, we see how the various people in the town react to the news and how their reactions affect the lives of Mildred and Edra. It’s a beautiful yet often sad story that shows just terrible human rights were back then and shows just how far we’ve come. Some of it would pull your heart to pieces. Reading the stress and fear these women are going through in the novel shows the kind of high levels of persecution people who weren’t straight faced in those days. Being pansexual, I felt angry at parts at how utterly cruel and prejudiced some of…

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A great review of Paulette’s new book, The Day I Saw The Hummingbird, from the talented author Christoph Fischer.


The Day I Saw the Hummingbird: A Novel by [Mahurin, Paulette]Today I have a superb book for you, written by a close friend of mine. So yes I’m biased, especially as all proceeds from her books goe to a no-kill animal shelter. But with the charitable thought comes quality, so you’re on a double winner.

“The Day I Saw the Hummingbird” by Paulette Mahurin marvellously continues her series of heart-breaking and heart-warming celebrations of the human spirit in times of adversity.
The point of view is that of a growing up slave boy, who is forced to witness the death of his father and other close friends at the hand of white men, just before the outbreak of the Civil War.
Told by the grown up man as he looks back at his life, this manages to bring into the novel also the reflection of the post-slavery man on the Civil War and the times before and after.
The horrors…

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