Jocki MacTavish and the Refugees

By Albert Marsolais

Set in early 18th-century Scotland, Jocki MacTavish and the Refugees by Albert Marsolais gives a comprehensive glimpse into country life in a coastal village. Jocki is the young son of the village tavern owners. He works as an assistant to the town’s doctor and as...

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Keeping Secrets

By McGee Mathews

Keeping Secrets by McGee Mathews is an intriguing novel of historical fiction set during the Civil War era. The story has Elizabeth Hepscott escaping the traditional role expected of her--wife and mother--when she enlists in the war as a young man (EJ) alongside her brother,...

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The Devil's Bookkeepers Book 3

The Noose Closes
By Mark Newhouse

In the third book of The Devil's Bookkeepers series, The Noose Closes by Mark Newhouse, it is now September 1942 in the Lodz ghetto, Poland. Bernard Ostrowski is in complete turmoil after witnessing his wife and child being taken from the ghetto. Bernard tries to...

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Playground Zero

A Novel
By Sarah Relyea

The 1960s, the era of sex, drug and rock ‘n roll, was a time of civil unrest, endless protests, unwanted wars, drug-induced ‘flower’ power, assassination, and, somewhat unexpected in such an era, putting a man on the moon. When the Rayson family packed up their...

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A Runaway Star

A Biographical Novel, The Lord Byron Series Book 4
By Gretta Curran Browne

A Runaway Star is a work of fiction in the historical, interpersonal drama and Regency fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author Gretta Curran Browne. In this fourth installment of The Lord Byron Series we see our central figure’s fame on the rise owing to...

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Spirit Rock

A Susquehannock Tale
By Wanda MacAvoy

Spirit Rock: A Susquehannock Tale is a work of fiction in the historical, Christian, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Wanda MacAvoy. Set in the eighteenth century in the United States of America, our protagonist Ahanu is one of the few surviving...

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Gentleman Jim

A Tale of Romance and Revenge
By Mimi Matthews

Gentleman Jim by Mimi Matthews awakens your soul to the enduring power of love. In the rural rolling hills of historical Somerset, England, two young people fall in love. One, a stable groom, rumored to be the illegitimate son of the notorious Gentleman Jim, and...

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Soldiers of Freedom

The WWII Story of Patton's Panthers and the Edelweiss Pirates
By Samuel Marquis

Soldiers of Freedom: The WWII Story of Patton's Panthers and the Edelweiss Pirates by Samuel Marquis takes readers back to the WWII experience on the Eastern European front and the final push to beat the Nazis. The story follows characters that are memorable and their...

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Valley Heat

By David Cropp

Valley Heat by David Cropp takes inspiration from Dante's Inferno and gives readers much to think about. This is the story of an alcoholic called Jack Kavanaugh. He is a police sergeant who needs to face his demons and fight them if he wants to...

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Summer of Two Worlds

By J. Arthur Moore

Summer of Two Worlds (3rd edition) by J. Arthur Moore is a coming-of-age story that takes place six years after the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Prairie Cub is an orphan raised since the age of three as the son of a Sioux warrior....

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