Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

The Trumpets of Jericho

A Novel
By J. Michael Dolan

The Trumpets of Jericho: A Novel by J. Michael Dolan is a historical novel that explores one of the horrible moments of history — the horrors of Auschwitz. Taking the reader through the daring 1944 Jewish uprising at the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz, the...

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Apricots and Wolfsbane

By K.M. Pohlkamp

“My target focused upon me. His hand shook, reaching out in a misplaced plea for aid. Instead, I raised my goblet in a final toast while he turned purple. He glanced towards his spilled glass, and then studied my face with new understanding. With his...

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Love of Finished Years

By Gregory Erich Phillips

In 1909, Elsa Schuller was sixteen years old, living in the Lower East Side of New York City with her German immigrant family. Four years previously, her parents, Tobias and Nina, her older sister, Sonja, and baby brother, Anton, crossed the ocean to find a...

Amy, The Story Of A Coram Foundling

By Angie Northey

Amy: The History Of A Coram Foundling is written by Angie Northey. Amy began life as an orphan in the Coram Foundling Hospital, where she received very little love, but was given a lot of rules and regulations to follow. Amy always tried her...

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The Secret of Altamura

Nazi Crimes, Italian Treasure
By Dick Rosano

The Secret of Altamura: Nazi Crimes, Italian Treasure by Dick Rosano is part of a series of mysteries set in Italy. The plot knits two different time lines together through parallel stories with intersecting points. Colonel Bernhard, a corrupt Nazi officer tasked with confiscating Italian...

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The White Horse

By Harold Louis Deen

The White Horse by artist and poet Harold Louis Deen is a short fiction tale set in Cork, Ireland in the early 1800s. It revolves around the sale of a fine white Arabian horse to the representative of a foreign ruler. While the sale of...

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The Biography of Mose Jones Jr., Lawrence County Commissioner District 1

A Seed of the Foot Soldiers Bloody Sunday March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965
By April Lavette Jones

The Biography of Mose Jones Jr., Lawrence County Commissioner District 1: A Seed of the Foot Soldiers Bloody Sunday March and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by April Lavette Jones is the biography of a powerful man who spearheaded the civil rights movement in...

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Atlantis

By Carol Roberts

The myths and legends of the fantastic legendary lost city of Atlantis have fascinated classical history enthusiasts for centuries. Stories tell of an advanced city in the Bronze age, one that mysteriously disappeared. Whilst some have argued that the stories were mere myths, others have...

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The After House

By Michael Phillip Cash

“A rough day at sea is better than any day in the office.” – Sailor’s Code # 75. The After House is a young adult paranormal story by Michael Phillip Cash. After a painful divorce, Remy Galway and her daughter, Olivia, move into a 300-year-old...

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Downriver

A Tale of Moving Pictures Before Hollywood
By Evan Anderson

Downriver: A Tale of Moving Pictures Before Hollywood by Evan Anderson is a historical novel that follows the life of Anne Blackstone, a woman who witnessed the birth of the movie industry, working behind the scenes at a time before Hollywood. She lost her father...