Christian - Historical Fiction

The Legend of Chip

The Legend Begins
By Stanley Campbell

The Legend of Chip: The Legend Begins by Stanley Campbell is an inspiring story with a great historical setting against the backdrop of 18th century Edinburgh, Scotland. The reader follows the life of an ordinary man, Christopher MacDougall, whose sole interest is to cater to...

The Tiara Mystery

By Karen Meyer

The Tiara Mystery by Karen Meyer is a children’s historical novel set in 1880s Dayton, Ohio. Young Claire Russell is heartbroken by the possible eviction of her family from their lovely home, which serves as a small boarding-house. With the assistance of dashing Orville Wright,...

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The King's Prey

Saint Dymphna of Ireland
By Susan Peek

The King’s Prey: Saint Dymphna of Ireland, written by Susan Peek, delves deep into the lives of two estranged Irish Catholic brothers, Brioc and Turlough, in their heroic attempt to save the beautiful Princess Dymphna from her insane father, and his sinful desires. After the...

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The Old River Road

Long Lake Legacy Volume 1
By Ivy Rose

A book of love, God, and historical fiction is my perfect description of The Old River Road (Long Lake Legacy Volume 1). We meet Clara as a young seventeen-year-old living with her mother, father and sisters in 1885 in the big and bustling city of...

The Finest Hat in the Whole World

By Colleen A. Parkinson

The Finest Hat in the Whole World by Colleen A. Parkinson brings alive a world that is now consigned to history. Opening on New Year’s Eve in 1916, the backdrop, seen through the eyes of Phena and Des, is of young American boys excited about...

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To Fear The Dawn

By Sean Young

The battle between good and evil is a common occurrence in our world. Sean Young clearly showed the battle between good and evil in To Fear The Dawn, with the good side comprising Nicholas Gallagher (the computer genius and billionaire), Decklin Kanabas (the controversial priest),...

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The Fisherman's Bride

The Untold Story of the Wife of Simon Peter
By Catherine Magia

The Fisherman's Bride: The Untold Story of the Wife of Simon Peter by Catherine Magia is the kind of literature I haven’t read for a long time. Just the idea of writing about the wife of one of the eminent figures in Christian literature, Simon...

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To Honor and Cherish

Western Vows Book 1
By Kari Trumbo

Life on a Kansas farmstead was not very easy at the turn of the 20th century, and Meg Connor has to face it alone after the sudden death of her husband in To Honor and Cherish by Christian fiction author Kari Trumbo. In this first...

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The Pattern Artist

By Nancy Moser

Annie Wood has dreams. She was an upper housemaid to a very prestigious family and she dreamed of earning her way into the position of lady’s maid. She has a talent with needle and thread and she’s often called upon to improve or alter designer...

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The Popish Midwife

A tale of high treason, prejudice and betrayal
By Annelisa Christensen

It's a bold task to take on writing a 400-page plus book based on the life of an obscure English midwife who lived in the 1600s. But that is the challenge Annelisa Christensen gave herself with The Popish Midwife, after studying court transcripts about the...

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