Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Ratlined

First in the Inspector O'Leary Series
By Shane McCartney

Ratlined is the first book in the Inspector O’Leary Series by Shane McCartney, a gripping crime novel with historical underpinnings and a setting in the period following the fall of Germany. We are introduced to a clandestine network of criminals from the fallen Nazis, running...

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Rain Doesn't Fall on Angels

By Erin Eldridge

Rain Doesn't Fall on Angels is an historical fiction novel written by Erin Eldridge. It was 1940, and Bastian and his mate, Friedrich, were chilled and terrified as they waited in the Ardennes Forest for their orders. The two young men had gone through Tank...

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Radio Underground

By Alison Littman

Set against the backdrop of the revolution against the Soviet regime in Cold War Hungary, Radio Underground by Alison Littman is a huge achievement for a debut novel and a gritty tale that follows a daring journalist determined to see the fall of an oppressive...

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Rebels against Tyranny

Civil War in the Crusader States
By Helena P. Schrader

It is the 13th century, and a match between Sir Amaury Barlais and Sir Toringuel sees Amaury defeated. This failure sparks even more hatred from Amaury and this time he swears his revenge. Barlais and his two supportive friends, Cheneché and Bethsan, leave and later...

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Revelations

The Colburn Curse
By Catalina DuBois

Revelations: The Colburn Curse by Catalina DuBois is the prequel to the well-received first installment, Book of Matthew, in the author's saga series, House of Whispers. DuBois takes us back to the early days of Matthew Colburn's life, a man who grows up before our...

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Red Clay, Yellow Grass

A Novel of the 1960s
By Richard Barager

Red Clay, Yellow Grass: A Novel of the 1960s by Richard Barager is a fascinating story that combines romance with war to transport readers to an interesting setting in the sixties. Meet two people, orphan David Noble and Jackie Lundquist, college sweethearts whose relationship takes...

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Ruby Dorn

By Paul Wychor

From the outset, Ruby Dorn has only the problems any other fifteen-year-old girl living in a small Minnesota town in the year 1875 might face: her mother recently died in childbirth, her father has been arrested for burning the crops on their farm that had...

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Roanoke

By Kathryn Sommerlot

When sixteen-year-old Audry's father dies, he leaves her in a difficult situation, as she comes under the protection of her elder sister, Alis, and her husband, John. In Roanoke, by Kathryn Sommerlot, John and Alis have determined to make a new beginning and in 1587...

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Ruby and Sal

Bk 1, The Unforgettables
By Jane O'Brien

Ruby and Sal by Jane O'Brien is the first book in The Unforgettables series, gripping and utterly fascinating. Encouraged by her friend, Ivy starts writing the story of her great-grandmother, Ruby, a woman who lived to be 102 years old. Now, the author is transported...

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Raiding the Empire of the Sun

Tinian 1945
By Kit Crumpton

Raiding the Empire of the Sun: Tinian 1945 by Kit Crumpton is a compelling historical story that takes readers on a rollicking ride through the events of WWII, a setting that comes across in the novel with vivid clarity. Based on the true experiences of...

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