Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

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...

Midnight Sleeper

Yellow Dog Train
By Raeder Lomax

The story is set against the backdrop of the 1920s, with social upheavals becoming the order of the day and the KKK gathering a wide following, characterized by lynching and mob justice. It’s a time like no other, with Wall Street manipulating to determine who...

Silent Heroes

A Recon Marine's Vietnam War Experience
By Rick Greenberg

Silent Heroes: A Recon Marine's Vietnam War Experience by Rick Greenberg is historical fiction that will transport readers to the Vietnam era, allowing them to have a clear peek into the realities of war, a story with realistic and compelling characters. What does it feel...

Judah's Scepter and the Sacred Stone

By D. A. Brittain

Judah's Scepter and the Sacred Stone by D.A. Brittain is a Christian historical romance novel that would appeal most to a diverse audience of young adults and adults who enjoy biblical fiction with elements of romance. Princess Teia is the daughter of Judah’s last king,...

That Deadly Space

A Civil War Novel
By Gerald Gillis

That Deadly Space: A Civil War Novel by Gerald Gillis is a novel with a powerful historical setting, a Civil War novel with characters that are solid and wonderfully developed. Conor Rafferty joins the Confederate army as an Infantry Officer, even though his Irish father...

Catch the Watercolored Wind

Jamestown 1617
By Jan Frazier

Life in seventeenth century Jamestown, Virginia is beautifully depicted in the amazing historical novel, Catch the Watercolored Wind by Jan Frazier. After his father dies in 1616, eleven-year-old Jeremiah Clements, his sister and two brothers sail from London to Jamestown with their newly widowed mother,...

The Fading of Lloyd

By Kit Crumpton

What was it like to live with a mental condition in the early years of the 1900s? The Fading of Lloyd by Kit Crumpton captures a family’s story as they struggle to cope with the mental retardation of one of theirs amidst social changes affecting...

Siren Song

Har Megiddo 2.0
By Ian T King

Siren Song: Har Megiddo 2.0 by Ian T King is a compelling story with great dimensions, a story that captures a spiritual event, a revolution taking place more within the soul of the reader than in the physical events taking place in his world. It...

Over the Next Horizon

In Retrospect
By Brian D. Ratty

Over the Next Horizon: In Retrospect is a nonfiction memoir, which includes a collection of short fiction and nonfiction articles, written by Brian D. Ratty. Ratty is a published nonfiction and fiction author with a special interest in history; he’s also a retired media executive,...

The Composer's Legacy

By Michael DeStefano

The Composer's Legacy by Michael DeStefano is a beautiful work of fiction, based on a historical personage, that combines the arts with the great skill of storytelling to offer readers an amazing treat. David Whealy is a renowned California music professor who tumbles on an...