Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Raiding the Empire of the Sun

Tinian 1945
By Kit Crumpton

Raiding the Empire of the Sun: Tinian 1945 by Kit Crumpton is a compelling historical story that takes readers on a rollicking ride through the events of WWII, a setting that comes across in the novel with vivid clarity. Based on the true experiences of...

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Outsource

By D. Hearle

Outsource is an international political thriller written by Douglas G. Hearle. It was the 1980s, and business had taken on an increasingly international flavor. Multinational corporations arose out of the rapid rise of mergers and acquisitions that graced Wall Street after the deregulatory efforts of...

The Storm That Shook the World

By Walter Soellner

The Storm That Shook the World by Walter Soellner is not just the story of two men, but also of the people in their lives, whether they are friends or family. Set at the turn of the twentieth century, the novel follows Levi and Markus....

The Syrian Peddler

By Linda Hanna Lloyd

The Syrian Peddler by Linda Hanna Lloyd is a fictionalised retelling of the author’s forebears as they immigrated and settled in America in the early years of the twentieth century. Like so many Europeans, many people from the Middle East sought a better life at...

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The Lies That Bind

DarkHorse Trilogy, Book 1
By Ed Protzel

The Lies That Bind is a stunning opening in the DarkHorse Trilogy by Ed Protzel, a gripping tale for fans of Southern fiction, and a story of deceit, slavery, and dangerous complicities. The trickster Durksen Hurst returns to Mississippi after being away for a long...

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Truth and The Serpent

By J. Rutledge

Truth and The Serpent by J. Rutledge is a compelling retelling of the myth of creation from the point of view of one of the characters of the “fall,” the serpent himself. Throughout the course of history, the myth of the fall has been propagated...

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Footprints in the Dust

A powerful and heartfelt Ohio Civil War story
By L.E. Hutchinson

I was a very willing time traveler as I found myself being transported back in time to the Civil War as I read Footprints in the Dust. This is not a true war story as there was very little of the actual battles being fought...

The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler

Volume I - The Anointed
By A. G. Mogan

The Secret Journals of Adolf Hitler by A.G. Mogan is a gripping opening book that explores the psychology of one of the historical personages that have shaped the course of modern history, the man responsible for the death of millions of people, Adolf Hitler. Most...

After the Pemberley Ball

By Margaret Sharp

Lady Catherine's disapproval of her daughter's choice of a partner is clear. Artist David King had apparently taken a liking to Anne, although there are whispers it was more about her fortune than any other reason. Anne is not beautiful, and her health is not...

Hannibal's Niece

A Tale of Love, Murder, and Deceit in Ancient Rome
By Anthony R. Licata

Hannibal's Niece: A Tale of Love, Murder, and Deceit in Ancient Rome by Anthony R. Licata follows one warrior’s quest to avenge the death of his father, but little does he know that this would lead him to find that one thing he never expected...