Beyond the Goodnight Trail

By Roy V Gaston

Beyond the Goodnight Trail by Roy V. Gaston is a boisterous Western novel filled with breathtaking adventure and action. Pete Horse is a former Texas Rangers scout who accepts the invitation of his friend, Charlie Goodnight, to go on a trail ride across Texas to...

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Breakfast at Brewer Street

By Simon Bardwell

Breakfast at Brewer Street by Simon Bardwell opens with a chance encounter between a young vicar and a working girl on a train - a meeting which will lead to life-changing events for both the individuals involved. The novel’s central characters are the Reverend David...

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Babylon Laid Waste

A Journey in the Twilight of the Idols
By Brigitte Goldstein

Babylon Laid Waste: A Journey in the Twilight of the Idols by Brigitte Goldstein is a spellbinding historical novel that beautifully captures the period after the fall of the Third Reich. It follows a former refugee from Germany who gets a letter from Berlin indicating...

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Bluestream

A Novel of Houston at the Turn of the Millennium
By Michael Jungman

Bluestream: A Novel of Houston at the Turn of the Millennium by Michael Jungman has eight main characters and they all have a spot in the downfall of a large company in Houston. Bluestream is the new big thing that was supposed to be their...

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Buffalo Dance

Cimarron Jack Westerns Book 3
By GP Hutchinson

Buffalo Dance is a work of fiction in the western, historical and action sub-genres, and was penned by author G. P. Hutchinson. Written as the third novel in the Cimarron Jack Westerns series, this adventure sees our titular character as one of America’s touring wild...

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Bird in a Snare

A Lord Hani Mystery
By N.L. Holmes

Bird In A Snare is a work of fiction in the historical, political thriller and mystery sub-genres, and was penned by author N. L. Holmes. Mixing some fascinating modern genres and concepts into an ancient historical setting, we find ourselves in Egypt during the reign...

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Bloodletting and Germs

A Doctor in Nineteenth Century Rural New York
By Thomas Rosenthal

Bloodletting and Germs: A Doctor in Nineteenth-Century Rural New York by Thomas Rosenthal is a historical novel that explores strong medical themes and the work of Dr. Jabez Allen, a setting that is at the turning point in medical history. Dr. Allen is not particularly...

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Buried Secrets

Some things should stay hidden: An Ella Perri Mystery, Book 1
By Krissy Baccaro

Buried Secrets An Ella Perri Mystery, Book 1 is a historical sleuth mystery novel written by Krissy Baccaro. Ella loved the cottage her Poppy built on the shore of Skaneateles Lake. Poppy and Nonna were the best grandparents in the world, and their friendship became...

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Before the Brightest Dawn

The German Half-Bloods Book 3
By Jana Petken

In Jana Petken’s Before The Brightest Dawn, Book 3 of The Half-Bloods Trilogy, we are enfolded in a time in history that bears witness to the clichéd saying 'war is hell.' This is a story that reaffirms this wretched truth in a deeply moving way....

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Beyond the Ghetto Gates

A Novel
By Michelle Cameron

Trapped behind the gates that hold the Jews in their ghetto in Ancona, Italy, Mirelle, a young Jewish woman, yearns to be free. When the French army takes over Mirelle’s town, the previously trapped Jews begin to have more freedom. The gates eventually stay open,...

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