We Shall See the Sky Sparkling

By Susana Aikin

Susana Aikin’s We Shall See the Sky Sparkling tells the tale of a young Edwardian girl who was disowned and removed from her family for wanting to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. Lily Throop quickly finds out how hard it is to be...

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The Inheritance

The Guernsey Novels Book 7
By Anne Allen

The Inheritance is Book 7 in The Guernsey Novels by Anne Allen, a compelling narrative steeped in mystery and featuring a historical personage that immediately catches the interest of the reader. The novel is set in 1862 and 2012. When her husband dies suddenly in...

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Adelicia

Grace, Grit and Gumption
By Joyce Blaylock

In Adelicia: Grace, Grit and Gumption by Joyce Blaylock, it's the end of the 1830s and twenty-one-year-old Adelicia makes her entrance into Nashville society, winning the heart of an older man by the name of Isaac Hayes, a wealthy slave trader and planter. He is...

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Oracle of the Reeds

By Thomas Bauer

This is the story of a man who was once called the Greatest of the Great. The son of a papermaker, Senmut was looking for the opportunity to make something of himself. From a very early age, he put his efforts into learning and becoming...

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They Called Him Yeshua

The Story of the Young Jesus: How Jesus’s Unrecorded Years Shaped His Ministry
By Dr. Donald Brake and Shelly Beach

They Called Him Yeshua: The Story of the Young Jesus: How Jesus’ Unrecorded Years Shaped His Ministry by Dr. Donald Brake and Shelly Beach is a novel with powerful biblical themes, inspiring and hugely entertaining. In this story, the authors recreate the world of Jesus...

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No More Blood

Epilogue on the Life of Truman Capote & In Cold Blood
By Barbara Thompson

From the moment I started reading Barbara Thompson’s No More Blood: Epilogue on the Life of Truman Capote & In Cold Blood, I realized this is one of those books confirming that good literature is still possible nowadays. Set in 1959 and in 1984, No...

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Brady's Rangers

Frontier Defenders
By David Ekardt

Brady’s Rangers: Frontier Defenders is a work of historical fiction from the American Revolution, penned by author David Ekardt. At a time when the British fought against the settlers along the borders of Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Ohio, Samuel Brady was a legendary figure supporting those...

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No Woman's Land

A Holocaust Novel
By Ellie Midwood

The first and most important thing to say about Ellie Midwood, and by extension her intensely appealing historical novel No Woman’s Land: A Holocaust Novel, is that this author’s fine writing skills are superbly well honed. Any seasoned reader will immediately recognize a master at...

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By Eastern Windows

The Macquarie Series Book 1
By Gretta Curran Browne

By Eastern Windows (The Macquarie Series Book 1) is the first novel in an epic historical fiction series by Gretta Curran Browne. Based on the life and times of British Major General Lachlan Macquarie (1761-1824), a famous early governor of New South Wales in Australia,...

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Unbroken

By Bill K. Underwood

Unbroken by Bill K. Underwood is an exciting work of historical fiction set against the 1519 expedition of Hernan Cortes to the Yucatan and Tabasco regions of modern-day Mexico. Told through the eyes of a talented, intelligent, and resourceful boy named Felipe, the son of...

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