Fiction - Historical - Event/Era

The Downing Street Plot

An Agent's Revenge
By Toby Oliver

When Spencer Hall, Head of British MI5, sees Jack Stein resting against a car across the street, he knows that it is not a social visit. In The Downing Street Plot by Toby Oliver, Stein, a US CIA agent, is in London to personally deliver...

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Rooks of the Raven

By Franklin Neal

You might be tempted, as I was, to toss Rooks of the Raven by Franklin Neal aside after the first couple of chapters because of what appears to be some incoherence in descriptions, and dialogue that’s occasionally difficult to follow. But persevere. While I’m not...

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The Kitchen Mistress

The Letter Series Book 3
By Kathleen Shoop

Oh, what an emotional ride The Kitchen Mistress: The Letter Series Book 3 by Kathleen Shoop has been! Katherine, the protagonist, loves her family more than anything in the world. She wants to help her mother, Jeanie Arthur, in every possible manner. Katherine has a...

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Doubloon Cove

The Secret of the Ancient Visitors
By Kelly Novak

Doubloon Cove: The Secret of the Ancient Visitors is an action and adventure mystery novel for children and preteens written by Kelly Novak. Twelve-year-old Jeffrey and Steven loved hanging out in their fort, the old shed in the back of Jeffrey’s house. It had been...

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Even in Darkness

A Novel
By Barbara Stark-Nemon

Even in Darkness: A Novel by Barbara Stark-Nemon is a lyrical tale that explores a family saga, taking the reader through three generations of the family and through three different continents. Kläre Kohler is born into a wealthy German-Jewish family, and the future is nothing...

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Salleys Kitchen

By Bruce Wise Weeks

Salleys Kitchen by Bruce Wise Weeks is a historical event/era fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction that focuses on the Jim Crow era in the South during the 1960s, and who...

Wetzel

By Richard Fleming

Wetzel by Richard Fleming is a complex, yet thrilling historical novel that follows the life of a compelling character that emerged towards the end of the Revolutionary War, a hunter and a fierce fighter, Lewis Wetzel. He played an invaluable role in the war between...

The Big Inch

By Kimberly Fish

The Big Inch by Kimberly Fish is a fascinating historical novel set in Longview, Texas, during World War Two. Lane Mercer is a member of the OSS, and after a harrowing and tragic assignment in France, she has recently been reassigned to Texas. After the...

Pleasing Mr Pepys

By Deborah Swift

Pleasing Mr. Pepys by Deborah Swift is a compelling novel featuring a historical personage with powerful political undertones. Inspired by the famous Samuel Pepy’s diary, this novel explores some of the key players in the historical events that took place in Pepys’ time. Deb Willet...

Joan of Arc

The Conspiracy Theory
By Jacques P. Genicot

Told in an inimitable, ebullient voice, Joan of Arc: The Conspiracy Theory by Jacques P. Genicot is a compelling work that explores the events surrounding the rise to fame of a peasant girl and her ultimate end at the stake. It is the 15th century,...