Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

The Cherry Pickers

By Gregory C. Randall

Set against the backdrop of the summer of 1956 on a farm in Michigan, with reminiscences of WWII and the threat of nuclear war, The Cherry Pickers by Gregory C. Randall is a coming of age story that follows the life of Howie, a teenage...

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Blood of Toma

By Lauren Lee Merewether

Blood of Toma by Lauren Lee Merewether is a historical event/era fiction book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy stories about ancient Mexico during the time of the Aztecs and who do not mind violence. High...

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The Love We Gave

By Gretta Curran Browne

The Love We Gave by Gretta Curran Browne is an epic story that spans forty-four years, the class divide between an aristocratic family and a young woman brought up in an orphanage, and the countries of France, America, England, Vietnam, and Sweden. It is a...

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Seducing Jane Austen

By Peter M. Bollington

Seducing Jane Austen by Peter M. Bollington is a dramatic comedy novel revolving around the life of the trailblazing English female novelist when she lived in a large cottage in the village of Chawton, with her mother and sister, Cassandra, in 1814. Life at Chawton...

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He Hideth My Soul

Orphans of the West Book 3
By Faith Blum

Deeply moving and inspirational, He Hideth My Soul is the third book in the Orphans of the West series by Faith Blum, a tale of a young man’s journey to finding his purpose, his faith, and how his contact with workers at a mine he...

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Catfish

A Novel
By Madelyn Bennett Edwards

Catfish: A Novel by Madelyn Bennett Edwards is an energetic and poignant narrative that explores themes of love, family, and racism, set against the backdrop of a small town in the deep South in the sixties and the seventies, where the activities of the Jim...

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The Lost Tomb of Cleopatra

By JT Osbourne

Queen Cleopatra of Egypt has died and her body is secretly moved to a hidden location by devoted subjects who remain true to their religion and leader in The Lost Tomb of Cleopatra by JT Osbourne. While the ancient drama plays out, the story fast...

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The Dandelion Clock

A wish to end all wishes. The war to end all wars.
By Rebecca Bryn

Rebecca Bryn’s novel, The Dandelion Clock, is a vivid portrayal of WW1 shown through the eyes of a country lad and a backstreet girl. Bill joins yeomanry formed on a local duke’s estate and is allotted Lady Alice’s much-loved horse, Copper, to ride. Florrie, who...

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Wehr Wolff Castle

Wehr Wolff Chronicles
By B Bentley Summers

Wehr Wolff Castle by B Bentley Summers is a terrific read and a great entry in the Wehr Wolff Chronicles, set against a powerful historical background with the rise of Nazi Germany. Hagen Messer is an American soldier who specializes in tracking, working with the...

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Sam Loves the Ranch

Sam Loves Series
By Lou Kamradt

Sam Loves the Ranch by Lou Kamradt is Volume 2 in the 'Sam Loves' trilogy. Set on the Sweetwater ranch in a small town called Plainville, the novel continues the story of Sam Olgeve Grains. Sam moved from Missouri to marry Ted Grains, owner of...

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