In the Shadow of the Pyrenees

The Freedom Trail to Spain
By Kathryn Gauci

In the Shadow of the Pyrenees: The Freedom Trail to Spain by Kathryn Gauci takes place in the early years of the war in the Donezan region in southwestern France. The Nazis begin their conquest of Europe and the quiet life for the rural residents...

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Empire Resurgent

By Robert Bruton

Empire Resurgent by Robert Bruton, book one of the historical fiction Double-Edged Sword series, begins in the year 530 A.D. when General Flavius Belisarius makes a name for himself in combat by defeating the Persian army during Emperor Justinian's rule in the Eastern Roman Empire....

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When the Skies Rained Freedom

A gripping historical novel about the Berlin Airlift
By Annette Oppenlander

When the Skies Rained Freedom is a gripping work of fiction in the historical, wartime fiction, and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Written by author Annette Oppenlander, this highly immersive and cinematically penned work plunges readers into...

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Trail of Vengeance

By Amanda Brenner

Charlie Cross, a gunman for hire, and Hank Dawson, a man looking for a job and a fresh start, cross paths on their way into Lodestar, Colorado, a small town with a thriving community and welcoming residents. Cross wants to find out what happened to...

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Pallbearers and Plastic Flowers

By Michael John Cruit

Michael Dibiaso arrives back from his tour of duty in Vietnam as a disillusioned man. He receives word of his mother's failing health which moves him to return home where he finds a lot of things have changed since he has been gone. When his...

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The Reclusive Life of Rita Reilly

By Robert E. Kearns

In 1925, Rita Reilly was born to a middle-class Irish family and grew up in a sheltered home with lots of love. Her family is well-off financially, owning a booming grocery and newsagent store with their living quarters above. When her family travels to Wicklow...

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The Shingle Weaver's Picnic

By P.C. Smith

The Shingle Weaver’s Picnic by P.C. Smith is a sweeping murder mystery told through the eyes of a young girl as she and her younger brother sort out the effects of their late mother. Annie Elizabeth Jordan, Cricket to her friends, was just a child...

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Ragtown

By Kelly Stone Gamble

Ragtown by Kelly Stone Gamble is an excellent historical novel. Helen resides in one of the labor camps alongside the families of the dam employees, attempting to survive the difficulties of the Great Depression. Helen is by herself after her father passes away. She resolves...

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Hardened Steel

A Warrior's Odyssey
By Victor Gregor

Hardened Steel: A Warrior's Odyssey is a work of fiction penned by author Victor Gregor in the historical fiction, military, and cultural subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience. Readers are invited into a gripping historical novel set against the backdrop...

The Wall at the Sugar Factory

A Novel
By Sherry V. Ostroff

The Wall at the Sugar Factory by Sherry V. Ostroff is a heartrending and yet ultimately triumphal essay on man’s continuing inhumanity against his fellow man, especially as it pertains to European Jews. Long before the recognized Holocaust, Jews in Eastern Europe especially were already...

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