Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Much Ado at Longbourn

By Margaret Lynette Sharp

Much Ado at Longbourn is the fifth in a series of Jane Austen fan fiction short works by author Margaret Lynette Sharp. Based on characters in Pride and Prejudice, the story focuses on the next to youngest Bennet sister, Kitty (Catherine), and a budding romance...

Mary's Journey Begins

Cramped Quarters Book 2
By Ron Shaw

Mary's Journey Begins (Cramped Quarters Book 2) is a short story by Ron Shaw. It was the dawn of a new century; 1899 was becoming 1900 and the Mother Superior was all set to ensure the children knew this was an event to remember. But...

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Midnight Sleeper

Yellow Dog Train
By Raeder Lomax

The story is set against the backdrop of the 1920s, with social upheavals becoming the order of the day and the KKK gathering a wide following, characterized by lynching and mob justice. It’s a time like no other, with Wall Street manipulating to determine who...

My Darling Dorothy

By Jo Ann Virden

My Darling Dorothy by Jo Ann Virden is a historical event/era novel that takes place during World War II. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction with romance, and who...

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Must I Remember

By Timothy Watson AKA Timothy Spearman

The fact that this book is based on a true story is a powerful component in my favorable opinion of it. Must I Remember by Timothy Spearman is an emotional story and that emotion is driven home by the fact that it is about real...

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My Lonely Room

By John A Vikara

My Lonely Room by John A Vikara was really an unexpected treat. When I read it had to do with gangs, I was prepared to not care for it. The first thing I think of is violence and death. It turned out to be a...

Madame Presidentess

By Nicole Evelina

Nearly fifty years before women were granted the right to vote, Victoria Woodhull ran for President of the United States. The ballot in 1872 included the Equal Rights Party; Victoria was the presidential candidate and Frederick Douglass, a former slave, was the vice-presidential candidate. This...

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My Father's Kingdom

A Novel of Puritan New England
By James W. George

Can people from different worlds co-exist together within the confines of a specific geographic area? In the historical fictional story, My Father's Kingdom: A Novel of Puritan New England by James W. George, in the 17th century, the Native Americans and the whites not only...

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Meet Me in Tulsa

By Christopher Davis

During the early 1930s, machine gun-toting bank robbers like John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd, and Bonnie and Clyde terrorized the American Midwest and Southwest. But there were plenty of smaller fry, too. Meet Me in Tulsa by Christopher Davis describes two hardened criminals, Atlee Dodge...

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Mission Song

Ladies of Mischief - Chenoa's Story
By Karen Dean Benson

Mission Song: Chenoa's Story, Book 2 from the Ladies of Mischief series is a lovely historical fiction by Karen Dean Benson. Impetuous twelve-year-old Chenoa Sandoval’s adopted father, Padre Tomas, dies and she reluctantly goes to live with Don Sebastian at his ranch in Monterey. Her...

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