Christian - Historical Fiction

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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Mary, Chosen of God

By Diana Wallis Taylor

I was delighted as I read Mary, Chosen of God to find it stayed true to the Bible and made the family come to life. Mary, Joseph, Jesus and his brothers and sisters were a loving family. Only Mary and Joseph knew that Jesus was...

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Prairie Points

A Civil War Sanctuary
By Jan Frazier

Prairie Points by Jan Frazier is a thoroughly likeable and, dare I say, educational novel that is a cross between pure historical fiction and a family’s history. The novel centers on the author’s great-grandmother, Elizabeth Dully, and her two sisters, Anna and Maria, along with...

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Gideon

The Sound and The Glory
By Joseph Ganci

Gideon: The Sound and the Glory by Joseph Ganci is a masterpiece of a story, a historical fiction read that will transport readers back to the biblical era, rich in history and culture. The novel follows the story of Gideon, a woodcutter and a simple...

Battlesong

The Biblical Story of Deborah
By Betty Natelson

Battlesong by Betty Natelson tells the story of Deborah, a judge of Israel and a prophetess. This well written and scripturally accurate account is taken from the book of Judges. While dramatized, the story maintains the essence of the time and upholds the integrity of...

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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...

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Intriguing the Viscount

His Majesty's Hounds Book 2
By Arietta Richmond

Intriguing The Viscount is set in London in the period shortly following Waterloo and Napoleon’s final exile to St. Helena. While it is an excellent Regency-era romance, it also delves into some of the social issues of the day, including the grinding poverty experienced by...

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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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Long Road Out Of Ur

By Joel Thimell

In Long Road Out of Ur, Joel Thimell introduces us to Abraham, Lot and Sarai before they became the archetypal biblical characters of the Old Testament. This epic tale, told by the elder Lot in flashbacks, begins in the Hursag Mountains of Ur (Samaria) with...

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Children of Covenant

By Fred Howard

I really enjoyed this book. I was attracted to Children of Covenant by Fred Howard by the brief description of the story, but I was still surprised at the depth of the contents. A Muslim man, Ismael Hagarson, is refused permission to buy a building...