Billy

By Shirley Dawson

Billy by Shirley Dawson tells the story of 7-year-old Billy throughout the Second World War. Billy thinks nothing of air raids, they are just a part of his life, until a bomb drops on his school. Scared, he is torn from his family and sent...

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Matamoros

By James Kahn

Matamoros by James Kahn is a rollicking Civil War adventure with strong hints of romance, set in the Rio Grande in 1863. It is a turbulent period with war going on. With the Confederate ports all blocked by the Union, Matamoros remained the only access...

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Reluctant Queen

About the Little Sister of Henry VIII
By Geraldine Evans

One can only wonder how the royals of today would survive in Tudor England. Perhaps they wouldn’t have the paparazzi hounding them, but they wouldn’t be able to choose their marriage partners. For Princess Mary, the younger sister of King Henry VIII, marriage for love...

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The Venturous Tales

A Collection
By Isabella Berdyna Zysk

Isabella Berdyna Zysk compiles five of her heroic historical novellas in one novel, The Venturous Tales: A Collection. High King Wigmund commissions his Royal Storyteller, Lady Ethelfled, to write five stories of adventure, chivalry, and honor to be read as entertainment at a summit of...

The Lady is Trouble

League of Lords Book 1
By Tracy Sumner

The Lady Is Trouble is a work of sizzling historical romance penned by author Tracy Sumner, and it forms the first novel in the League of Lords series. Set in the prim and proper times of Victorian England, this rebellious book leaps out of the...

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The Old Gilt Clock

A Novel
By Paulette Mahurin

The Old Gilt Clock by Paulette Mahurin chronicles the life of Dutch resistance fighter Willem Arondeus. The novel begins with his experiences through childhood, including the abuse he faced from his alcoholic father. Realizing at a young age that he was homosexual, Willem never shies...

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Acts of Faith

Part 1 of the Inquisition Trilogy
By Martin Elsant

Acts of Faith is a work of historical fiction focusing on mysterious events brought about by the activity of the Portuguese Inquisition, penned by author Martin Elsant. In the first novel of The Inquisition Trilogy, we find ourselves in Europe of the sixteenth century where...

The Baron's Ward

By Isabella Berdyna Zysk

The Baron’s Ward is a short story written by Isabella Berdyna Zysk. Eighteen-year-old Eustacia Rose travels to Galeva to visit her relative, the Baron of Galeva, whom she hasn’t seen in years. She wonders why he hadn’t replied to the letters she wrote while attending...

The Witches of Riegersburg

By Julie Anne Stratton

The Witches of Riegersburg is a work of historical fiction set from the seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries, as well as the modern-day, and it was penned by author Julie Anne Stratton. The novel is suitable for adult readers due to some scenes of...

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The Mission to End Slavery

By Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire

The Mission to End Slavery is a work of historical fiction set in different periods of world history, and it was penned by author Denis Olasehinde Akinmolasire. Featuring some dynamic feats of time travel and an important central message, the book contains scenes of violence...

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