Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

The Cherry Pickers

By Gregory C. Randall

Set against the backdrop of the summer of 1956 on a farm in Michigan, with reminiscences of WWII and the threat of nuclear war, The Cherry Pickers by Gregory C. Randall is a coming of age story that follows the life of Howie, a teenage...

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The Love We Gave

By Gretta Curran Browne

The Love We Gave by Gretta Curran Browne is an epic story that spans forty-four years, the class divide between an aristocratic family and a young woman brought up in an orphanage, and the countries of France, America, England, Vietnam, and Sweden. It is a...

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The Lost Tomb of Cleopatra

By JT Osbourne

Queen Cleopatra of Egypt has died and her body is secretly moved to a hidden location by devoted subjects who remain true to their religion and leader in The Lost Tomb of Cleopatra by JT Osbourne. While the ancient drama plays out, the story fast...

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The Dandelion Clock

A wish to end all wishes. The war to end all wars.
By Rebecca Bryn

Rebecca Bryn’s novel, The Dandelion Clock, is a vivid portrayal of WW1 shown through the eyes of a country lad and a backstreet girl. Bill joins yeomanry formed on a local duke’s estate and is allotted Lady Alice’s much-loved horse, Copper, to ride. Florrie, who...

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The Potato Thief

A Mercy Row Prequel
By Harry Hallman

The Potato Thief: A Mercy Row Prequel by Harry Hallman is set in a time when Ireland is under grueling British colonial rule. After his father dies of consumption, the strenuous burden of providing for the family rests on the shoulders of eighteen-year-old George Graham....

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The Fall of a Sparrow

By Dan Scannell

The discovery of a 450-year-old diary by Michael Devon’s friend was the beginning of an intriguing quest. Michael was working on a book on the Shakespeare authorship controversy. An old friend, Hank, (nickname for Henrietta Claudia Wells), owned a secondhand bookstore and loved to find...

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The Spiritualist Murders

Portia of the Pacific Historical Mysteries, Volume 2
By James Musgrave

The Spiritualist Murders: Portia of the Pacific Historical Mysteries, Volume 2 is an historical mystery novel written by James Musgrave. Clara Shortridge Foltz, Esq., had been attending a suffragist meeting at the Supreme Grand Lodge of the Rosicrucians. In the repressive atmosphere of 1886, the...

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The Oath of the Father

Kindred of the Sea Book 2
By C.J. Adrien

The Oath of the Father: Kindred of the Sea Book 2 is a novel with a multitude of twists and turns as most noblemen are loyal to no one, not even to their own people. C.J. Adrien has created a historical fiction story that brings...

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The Graveyard of Forgotten Dreams

By K.C. Greer

Josephine, or Jo, will do anything for her sister, Isobel, and anything is what she is doing by meeting with a mesmerist. The Graveyard of Forgotten Dreams is set in the late 1800s. Jo and her sister have survived the Orphan Trains, but that is...

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The Mystery of Julia Episcopa

The Vatican Chronicles Book 1
By John I. Rigoli, Diane Cummings

John I. Rigoli and Diane Cummings’ The Mystery of Julia Episcopa is book one in The Vatican Chronicles series. Historical archaeologists Valentina Villa and Erika Simone are hired by the Vatican to investigate the role of women in the first century church. However, not all...

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