Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Song at Dawn

1150 in Provence (The Troubadours Quartet) Book 1
By Jean Gill

Song at Dawn: 1150 in Provence (The Troubadours Quartet) Book 1 is a historical fiction novel, the first in a four-part series, by Jean Gill. Set against the background of political and religious power struggles in twelfth-century France, it follows the adventures of a sixteen-year-old...

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Sally

A Novel
By J. Schlenker

Sally: A Novel is the fictional account of the life of Sally Ann Barnes (1858 - 1969), a black woman born into slavery in Kentucky. Author J. Schlenker met Sally briefly as a child, when Sally was over one hundred years old. Her memory of...

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Sophia's Storm

By Cara Skinner

Sophia's Storm: The 1900 Storm is a young adult historical coming of age novel written by Cara Skinner. The highlight of Sophie’s summer was the week that her family would spend every year at the family beach house on Galveston Island. She loved watching the...

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Samuel

Usdi Yona
By Jeff B. Morgan

Samuel: Usdi Yona is an historical fiction novel written by Jeff B. Morgan. Jonathan Newcastle was chafing at the bit as he boarded the train bound for Asheville, North Carolina. He was on an assignment to interview Samuel Timmons. Timmons was a one-hundred-year old African...

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Saving Juliana

By Gretchen Meyer

Orphaned at a young age, Juliana and her younger sister, Tessa, are forced to leave their home and live with their uncle. This, however, is not the end of their torturous journey. Their uncle hands them over to the Community House where they encounter horrendous...

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Swords and Slavery

By David Lees

I liked Swords and Slavery by David Lees. I like the sometimes-grim portrayal of ancient life. Some people tend to romanticize the past. It wasn't nearly as carefree as the movies make it appear. To be honest, I am interested in all things Roman and...

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Swordpoint

By David Crane

Swordpoint by David Crane is a historical novel set against the backdrop of a turbulent period in French history, the 18th century; a story that follows the path of an unusually skilled character, Eugene Francois Vidocq, a thief and a hunted man in search of...

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Saving Shadow

A Regency Spy Romance
By Laura Beers

Spying in the Regency period was all-important to the British Crown. It was often the aristocracy who became involved in spying - especially the second son of a lord or duke, who by British law would inherit nothing from his father and must therefore find...

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Satyr’s Son

A Georgian Historical Romance (Roxton Family Saga Book 5)
By Lucinda Brant

Satyr’s Son: A Georgian Historical Romance is book five in the Roxton Family Saga by Lucinda Brant, a compelling historical romance with memorable characters and a great plot. The setting is London, in 1786, and Lord Henri-Antoine is back from a Grand Tour to a...

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Salleys Kitchen

By Bruce Wise Weeks

Salleys Kitchen by Bruce Wise Weeks is a historical event/era fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction that focuses on the Jim Crow era in the South during the 1960s, and who...