The Past We Step Into

By Richard Scharine

The Past We Step Into by Richard Scharine discusses the daily life and struggles of a couple as they love together, live together, and build a family against the backdrop of rapid modernity in America. The work opens with the narrator reminiscing about past generations...

The Tenth Sword of the Prophet

The Last Revelation
By M.J. Kojack

Intrigue, mystery, religious history, and adventure are all bundled up spectacularly in The Tenth Sword of the Prophet: The Last Revelation by M.J. Kojack, a novel that should sit on the shelf alongside works in the tradition of Dan Brown. Michael is a professor at...

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The Fabian Waltz

A Novel Based on the Life of George Bernard Shaw
By Kris Hall

The Fabian Waltz: A Novel Based on The Life of George Bernard Shaw by Kris Hall brings back one of the most legendary playwrights to ever be born. Giving his life a gentle twist, the author takes readers through the life of Shaw as he...

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The Secret Eye

By Brad Hanson

The Secret Eye is military history made into historical fiction by Brad Hanson’s introduction of running dialog. The book follows four main tracks, from the pre-war development of radar to World War II in the Pacific, the American life of Charlie Brand, and the Japanese...

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The Museum of an Extinct Race

By Jonathan Hale Rosen

In the mind-blowing dystopian novel, The Museum of an Extinct Race by Jonathan Hale Rosen, Nazi Germany won the Second World War. After Adolph Hitler, the Fuhrer, decreed the war over, the Nazis continued with their abominable plan of exterminating the Jewish people. Upon his...

The Pandemic Report

By Kenneth R. McClelland

During The Great War, a virus quickly spreads throughout the world, killing more victims than the war in the historical fiction novel, The Pandemic Report by Kenneth R. McClelland. Devon McCall is a cub reporter sent to get a story that nobody else wanted. Traveling...

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The Three Kingdoms

The Sown Seed
By Mark J Musser

In a world filled with violence and war, a young boy seeks to find a foothold amidst the chaos and the danger in The Three Kingdoms: The Sown Seed by Mark J. Musser. After being insulted and treated as outcasts, the people of Surx begin...

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The Boy King

Book Three of the Seymour Saga Trilogy
By Janet Wertman

The Boy King by Janet Wertman is the story of Edward VI from the time he became king in January 1547 until his death in July 1553. Edward was only nine years old when his father, King Henry VIII, died. Even though he was aware...

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The Cardiff Giant

By Larry Lockridge

In the extraordinary novel The Cardiff Giant by Larry Lockridge, Jack Thrasher, a journalist for Discovery Channel, arrives in Cooperstown, New York, to investigate the disappearance of the Cardiff Giant. Following the discovery of the Cardiff Giant in 1869, its home had been a shallow...

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The Gray Son

The Year of Our Lord 1757
By Jeffrey Mark

The Gray Son by Jeffrey Mark takes place in 1757 when times were uncertain and dangers were posed by man and beast. Jacob Grayson moved his family to the Carolinas to avoid the French and Indian War. Starting over without his wife offers many challenges...

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