Jocki MacTavish and the Refugees

By Albert Marsolais

Set in early 18th-century Scotland, Jocki MacTavish and the Refugees by Albert Marsolais gives a comprehensive glimpse into country life in a coastal village. Jocki is the young son of the village tavern owners. He works as an assistant to the town’s doctor and as...

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Johnny And The Kid

An Old Time Western
By R. Lawson Gamble

Johnny And The Kid is a work of fiction that describes itself as “An Old Time Western” and was penned by author R. Lawson Gamble. This shorter work of fiction delivers a novella-length tale of action, adventure, hijinks and intrigue, all within an authentic Western...

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Justice of the Root

The Order of the Rose Book 2
By Abby Gordon

Justice of the Root is a work of historical fiction with plenty of interpersonal drama and wider intrigue and was penned by author Abby Gordon. The sequel to The Hidden Rose, this novel forms the second book in The Order of the Rose series and...

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Jane the Quene

Book One of the Seymour Saga trilogy
By Janet Wertman

In Janet Wertman's Jane The Quene: Book One of the Seymour Saga trilogy, we are introduced to one of King Henry VIII’s wives that we hear about less often. She was probably the favorite of Henry’s wives but, unfortunately, she died shortly after the birth...

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Jeroboam Derangement Syndrome

A Hebrew Scholar's Dream of Fox News Hosting Israel's Most Maligned King, Trump Twin, Jeroboam ben Nebat
By Siegfried Johnson

When Donald J Trump announced his intention to run for the Presidency of the United States, many doubted his chances of success. It came as a surprise to many when he thwarted the mighty Hilary Clinton and moved into the White House. The onslaught of...

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Joy Comes to Pemberley

Longbourn Stories 1 to 10 (From Longbourn to Pemberley)
By Margaret Lynette Sharp

Joy Comes to Pemberley: Longbourn Stories 1 to 10 (From Longbourn to Pemberley) is a collection of Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice fan fiction short works by Margaret Lynette Sharp. Having previously published them separately, Sharp presents them here in chronological order. Told primarily through...

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Jugend

By Aalia Lanius

Jugend by Aalia Lanius is a historical fiction novel that is set in 1937 Europe juxtaposed with events unfolding in 2017 in the United States of America. Fourteen-year-old Ernst, an enthusiastic member of the Hitler Youth, is chosen to participate in what is made to...

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Journey into Darkness

By Dr Dell Elizabeth Brand

Journey into Darkness by Dr. Dell Elizabeth Brand is a powerful story that features strong elements of history, adventure, and women’s fiction. It’s the story of Kit Markham, who has lived her life hoping to marry the man she’s loved since she was a little...

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Jesus Unbound

By Richard Malmed

Jesus Unbound by Richard Malmed is the story of the most famous man to ever walk the planet (and ascend from it) in the fictional format of a novel. The book reads on the basis of reality and provides an alternate view of all the...

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Joan of Arc

The Conspiracy Theory
By Jacques P. Genicot

Told in an inimitable, ebullient voice, Joan of Arc: The Conspiracy Theory by Jacques P. Genicot is a compelling work that explores the events surrounding the rise to fame of a peasant girl and her ultimate end at the stake. It is the 15th century,...

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