Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Eleanor Hill

By Lisa Williams Kline

Eleanor Hill by Lisa Williams Kline is a wonderful, engaging and gripping novel about a 12-year-old girl growing into her teenage years during the decade of the 1910s, and wanting a better life than the limited existence possible to her in the isolated fishing village...

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Broken in Boston

By Rick Shakalis

Broken in Boston by Rick Shakalis is the second book in the Thomas Plant series and is a historical event/era fiction novel that takes place in Boston, Massachusetts in the early 1900s. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of...

Deadly Peril

Alec Halsey Mystery Book 3, A Georgian Historical Mystery
By Lucinda Brant

Set in the glitzy atmosphere of eighteenth century England, Deadly Peril: A Georgian Historical Mystery by Lucinda Brant is book 3 in the Alec Halsey mysteries. When Alec Halsey escaped from Midanich for the first time, he vowed never to return there again. But now,...

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The Missing Groom

By Linda Baten Johnson

Inga Sorensen is a mail-order bride. She has arrived in the small town of Pierre, South Dakota, to marry a man she’s never met, one she’s corresponded with for several months. It was a long journey from her home in Norway and her English is...

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 Confessions of Socrates

By R. L. Prendergast

The Confessions of Socrates are daily articles written by Socrates while being held in his prison cell, awaiting the day of his execution. This new novel by R.L. Prendergast tells how his family and friends have arranged for him to receive food, along with quill...

Walking Among Giants

A Painter in Paradise
By Michael S Meusch

Walking Among Giants: A Painter in Paradise by Michael S Meusch is a powerful novel with a captivating setting, laced with historical references and personages. It could be read as a love story or a novel that explores the workings of the mind of an...

An Epiphany in Lilacs

In the Aftermath of the Camps
By Iris Dorbian

An Epiphany in Lilacs: In the Aftermath of the Camps by Iris Dorbian is a moving book, set within the years following World War II. It is 1945 when Daniel, a Latvian Jew, finally tastes freedom after his horrible experience of the Holocaust. Daniel is...

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Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou

By Steven Burgauer

Political intrigue, espionage, and sabotage are aspects of the deadly game that brings together the US intelligence community, a New Orleans Mafia don, exceptional code breakers, and MI6 in a deadly conflict and race in Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou by Steven Burgauer. The Nazis...

Must I Remember

By Timothy Watson AKA Timothy Spearman

The fact that this book is based on a true story is a powerful component in my favorable opinion of it. Must I Remember by Timothy Spearman is an emotional story and that emotion is driven home by the fact that it is about real...