Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

I, the Sun

By Janet Morris

With I, the Sun, Janet Morris comes close to a biography of the Hittite king, Suppiluliumas, whilst creating a captivating story, and that is a brilliant achievement in fiction where only one character, Titai, a slave girl, is fictitious. At the opening, Tasmisarri, heir to...

In the Shadow of Her Majesty

A Tudor Novel
By A. Piper Burgi

On Sunday the 8th day of September in the year of Our Lord 1560, 28-year-old Amy Dudley was found dead at the foot of a staircase at Cumnor Place, a country manor house in Oxfordshire, near the college town of Oxford, England. Since her childless...

Intriguing the Viscount

His Majesty's Hounds Book 2
By Arietta Richmond

Intriguing The Viscount is set in London in the period shortly following Waterloo and Napoleon’s final exile to St. Helena. While it is an excellent Regency-era romance, it also delves into some of the social issues of the day, including the grinding poverty experienced by...

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In The Blood Of The Greeks, The Illustrated Companion

Intertwined Souls: Eva and Zoe Companion Series, Volume 1
By Mary D. Brooks

In The Blood Of The Greeks - The Illustrated Companion: Intertwined Souls: Eva and Zoe Companion Series, Volume 1 is an educational historical companion volume to the Intertwined Souls Series written by Mary D. Brooks and illustrated by Lucia Nobrega. Part of the book is...

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I'm Yours

By Carolyn Menke

I’m Yours is a short story by Carolyn Menke. Beautiful Audrey McCall dreams of becoming the next star on Broadway and will do anything it takes to make it big in the glitziness of the Roaring Twenties, but her overly generous boyfriend, Edward Stark, wants...

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In Liberty's Wake

A Novel of British America
By Alexandra Norland

Wow! Just wow! How's that for a review? I just finished reading the beautiful new work of historical fiction by debut author Alexandra Norland, In Liberty's Wake: A Novel of British America. Follow the story of Arabella Alden, a privileged young woman in the British...

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Into The High Ute Country

By Charlie Donald Hubacek

John Randolph left Missouri following a long and devastating drought that caused him to lose his farm. He had heard of gold just for the taking in Colorado. On the way, he nearly died traveling over the hot, dry high plains, but he was rescued...

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Instant Friends

A Rainy Day in Boston with JFK
By Dan Ferullo

On a drizzly, blustery day in January of 1942, four young Mello brothers, from Woburn, Massachusetts, hop aboard a Boston & Maine Budd Liner and head into Boston for one last fling before shipping off to fight in the Second World War. In a bar...

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In The Blood Of The Greeks

Intertwined Souls Series, Book 1
By Mary D. Brooks

In The Blood of the Greeks by Mary D. Brooks is set in the period of World War II. Eva is the daughter of a German commander who has taken the helm of a small Greek town and is “purging” it of Jews. Eva does...

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Isolated Connected Kyushu Island

By Hana da Yumiko

This part fiction novel starts in 1944 with the story of a young boy, whose life is changed forever by the war. The passion and heartfelt sorrow one feels when a war takes away sons to fight a war no one understands or even in...

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