Stalingrad, Iron and Fire

By Richard J Reese

Stalingrad, Iron and Fire is a work of fiction in the historical fiction and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is best suited to the mature adult reading audience owing to graphic violence and sexual scenes and was penned by Richard J Reese. The plot follows two...

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Viva Puccini!

By Mel Weiser

Viva Puccini! by Mel Weiser is a captivating historical work of fiction that follows the personal and professional life of the great Italian composer, Giacomo Puccini. Puccini was born in Lucca, Tuscany in 1858 and lost his father at an early age. His mother determined...

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Sons of Liberty

By Matthew Speiser

The life of Ulysses Brooke is a complicated one growing up in the south on a prosperous plantation that used slaves for workers, and Ulysses is set to inherit it. Onlookers would say he had it all and much more. Ulysses, however, disagreed. How could...

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A Devious Secret

Gentlemen of London Book 6
By Laura Beers

Laura Beers’ A Devious Secret features Stephen Wycomb and Gemma Hawkinge. Both characters are deeply depressed, though for different reasons. Stephen is a commoner who served as a captain in the Royal Navy. France captured his ship, and the majority of his crew is killed....

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Demons of Babylon

By Paul Curtis

Demons of Babylon by Paul Curtis commences in the year 586 B.C. After an unsuccessful rebellion against Nebuchadnezzar, King Zedekiah of Judea is blinded and hundreds of Jewish citizens are taken captive to Babylon. Calev is spared because he has linguistic skills and is useful...

Nad of Nadide

By Wagih Abu-Rish

Nad of Nadide by Wagih Abu-Rish is a romance novel set against the backdrop of the political turmoil plaguing Turkey in the early 1980s. The son of accomplished doctors, an Irish Catholic and a Muslim Palestinian immigrant, Fareed inherited the best of both worlds, becoming...

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Call of the Blackbird

By Nancy Polk Hall

Call of the Blackbird is a historical fiction mystery novel by Nancy Polk Hall. Carrie Mitchell travels to France to visit her childhood friend Colette and after a week, decides to take a break. She rents a car, drives into the French countryside, and takes...

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Noble Satyr

Roxton Foundation Series, Book 1
By Lucinda Brant (author) , Mary Jane Wells (Narrator)

Noble Satyr is a work of fiction in the historical romance and interpersonal drama subgenres and forms the opening book of the Roxton Foundation Series. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience and was penned by seasoned author Lucinda Brant, with narration for...

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Saltire Captured

The Torrport Diaries Book 3
By Albert Marsolais

As the vote for union with England draws nearer, the people of Scotland are thrown into turmoil as those in favor and those against it make their views public in sometimes violent ways. Doctor Malcolm Forrester's main interest is in caring for his patients and...

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The Elephant in the Room

By Simon Bardwell

The Elephant in the Room by Simon Bardwell is a captivating story of the Second World War told by veteran soldier Tom Hope. It is unknown if this is a true event or not since Bardwell is a pen name with no reference suggesting with...

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