Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

Afghan Mirrors

Stephen Connor Cold War Spy Novels Book 3
By Michael Connick

I’m going to be honest here. I loved Afghan Mirrors: Stephen Connor Cold War Spy Novels Book 3 by Michael Connick. I loved it because, though it is a novel about the C.I.A., a lot of the story involves military training and Michael Connick gets...

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Though War Shall Rise Against Me

The Turner Daughters Volume 1
By Marie LaPres

Though War Shall Rise Against Me: The Turner Daughters Volume 1 by Marie LaPres is a historical Christian fiction novel set against the backdrop of the American Civil War. It takes place in the village of Gettysburg, from the start of the war through the...

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Blood Moon

Diary of a Highland Massacre (Fate of the True Vampires Book 3)
By Christine Church

Is it fact or is it fiction? Real or imaginary? Blood Moon: Diary of a Highland Massacre (Fate of the True Vampires Book 3) by Christine Church is a tantalizing novella which blends history and fiction in such a way as to leave readers asking...

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It Was Fight Or Die!

By Raymond Cook

It Was Fight or Die! by Raymond Cook is a gem for fans of Westerns, a plot-driven story with intense action and a lot of drama. The author takes readers to the town of Marble, Colorado, in the late 1800s and explores, in a skillful...

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Drive

The Volunteers Book 1
By John Nuckel

Drive is an engaging opening in The Volunteers series by John Nuckel. It is set in the late 1800s and in modern day New York, and it features compelling historical characters, a story that links troubling events in contemporary society to a secret society established...

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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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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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2017

By Tarin Breuner

America is a land of hope and of freedom, but also a land of contradictions and distrust. With so much to live for and so much to lose, what better way to understand than to put it into a poem? By looking at the good...

The Eagle and The Dragon

By Steve Zimcosky

The Eagle and The Dragon is a charming novella by Steve Zimcosky, subtitled A Reiki Tale as it cleverly weaves the history and basic techniques of Reiki into a work of fiction. The tale starts with a grandfather telling his grandson how he had been...

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Has God Forsaken Me?

By Raymond Cook

Has God Forsaken Me? by Raymond Cook tells the story of Noah and Kimberley Harris and their six children who, in 1898, decide to sell their farm and most of their possessions and join a wagon train to Colorado. Here they hoped for a better...

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