The Alewives

A plague-era tale of murder, friendship, and fine ale
By Elizabeth R. Andersen

The aftermath of the bubonic plague, dubbed the great pestilence, was a difficult time for everyone. It was especially tough for Appel and Efi, who lost their families to the plague. Lacking any means to feed her drunk husband and twelve children, Gritta faced a...

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Who Killed Jerusalem?

A Rollicking Literary Murder Mystery Based on William Blake's Characters & Ideas Updated to 1970s San Francisco
By George Brown

Who Killed Jerusalem? A Rollicking Literary Murder Mystery Based on William Blake's Characters & Ideas Updated to 1970s San Francisco is a work of fiction in the detective, mystery, and suspense subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience owing to some...

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Timeless Mysteries

Three Sisters Island Mysteries, Book 3
By Casi McLean

Bulwer-Lytton’s classic opening line, “It was a dark and stormy night,” has met with considerable disdain over the years, but, in reality, beginning a story with a horrific storm is a good way to set the scene and engage readers. Set the scene in two...

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Kaz

War, Love, and Betrayal
By Bogdan Kotnis

Kaz: War, Love, and Betrayal by Bogdan Kotnis is a historical novel with strong characters, a great plot, and intense action. The story follows the life of the father of the American Cavalry, General Kazimierz Pulaski. Originally a Polish cavalry officer, Kazimierz was removed from...

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From the Drop of Heaven

Legends, Prejudice, and Revenge
By Juliette Godot

Juliette Godot's From the Drop of Heaven: Legends, Prejudice, and Revenge is historical fiction inspired by the author's 16th-century French ancestors. Catherine Cathillon de la Goutte de Paradis was Godot's thirteenth-generation grandmother. The family name "de la Goutte de Paradis" provides the title of the...

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If Someday Comes

A Slave's Story of Freedom
By David Calloway

Few concepts have left such hideous scars on world history as slavery, with the wounds caused by centuries of kidnapping and selling human beings still being healed around the world. In David Calloway’s debut novel, If Someday Comes: A Slave's Story of Freedom, I was...

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The Muse of Freedom

A Cévenoles Sagas novel
By Jules Larimore

Jules Larimore's The Muse of Freedom is a well-crafted historical novel, a coming-of-age story of Jehan BonDurant, a young French nobleman. Larimore has drawn inspiration from the 17th-century historical figure of his ancestor Jean Pierre Bondurant dit Cougoussac, a French Huguenot. The Muse of Freedom...

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Daughter of the Shadows

Defying the Crown
By Kerry Chaput

Isabelle was a French Protestant persecuted by the Catholic church. They wiped out her family and subjected her comrades in faith to torture. Isabelle eventually converted to Catholicism and married a soldier but remained a Protestant at heart. She bides her time while leading a...

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From The Archives

A Collection of Short Stories
By Kitty Arceneaux

From The Archives: A Collection of Short Stories is a unique and compelling insight into five women mentioned in the Bible. Kitty Arceneaux provides an unprecedented view of these women’s lives and their contribution to history. Not just your typical Bible story, Kitty explores the...

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The Two Wolves

A Dying Truth Exposed, Book Three
By Marcus Abston

The Two Wolves is the third novel in the Dying Truth Exposed series by Marcus Abston, continuing the story of Annabelle as she moves forward in her life with her Cherokee family. Being married to John was the best decision of her life. Now that...

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