Byron

A play in three acts
By Nigel Patten

Byron: A Play in Three Acts by Nigel Patten is really a novel dressed up as a play. The long speeches, particularly by George Gordon, Lord Byron, British Romantic poet (1788-1824), would be almost impossible to follow by a theater audience, though they make for...

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Lords of the Black Banner

A Mongolian Epic (Fractured Empire Saga Book 2)
By Starr Z. Davies

Lords of the Black Banner: A Mongolian Epic (Fractured Empire Saga Book 2) by Starr Z. Davies is exactly what the title implies: a true epic of Mongolian life, death, treachery, and an empire in decline, carefully held together by a cobbled alliance of Mongolian...

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A History of Vampires

A New Queen
By Amanda Lewis

In A History of Vampires: A New Queen, Amanda Lewis has written an original story about immortals and their role on earth. Archaeology professor Angelina has noticed a dark presence wherever she goes. When she finally corners the man she has seen all over the...

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Lace Curtain

Daughters of Ireland - Book 2
By Jeanne Charters

Lace Curtain by Jeanne Charters is set during the Civil War from 1857 and begins on Mary Boland and Daniel Kelly’s wedding day in Massachusetts. Daniel becomes one of the best lawyers in Boston and Mary opens a birthing clinic. They have one daughter, Nellie,...

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When Dignity Came to Harlan

By Rebecca Duvall Scott

In the early 1900s, the Atwoods left Leadwood, Missouri, because the lead mine stopped being productive. Their destination was Harlan, Kentucky, where there were alleged jobs at the coal mine. Ben and Laura Atwood agreed to split their children between homes in Harlan, where they...

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The Rand Conspiracy

By Richard Westover

An enterprising journalist stumbles onto a plot involving multiple countries that threaten to catapult South Africa into war in the stunning historical novel The Rand Conspiracy by Richard Westover. After a ten-year absence, journalist Peter Leroux returns to his childhood home of Johannesburg when his...

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Monica's War

By Jo Horne

Monica’s War is a work of historical fiction based on real life, and was penned by author Jo Horne. Chronicling the life of fierce female protagonist Monica Beresford Wichfeld, based on the facts of her life, this biographical-but-fictionalized account brings us closer to the emotion...

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The Reluctant Queen

The Story of Esther
By Lin Wilder

Esther was an ordinary girl, the daughter of a rabbi. Orphaned at a young age, she was adopted by her father’s brother, Mordecai. She matures into a beautiful woman, and the Persian king of kings, Xerxes I, chooses her as his wife. Esther was forced...

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Confessions of a Janissary

An Epic Tale of Military Historical Fiction and Medieval Action Adventure
By Nicholas Downing

Confessions of a Janissary by Nicholas Downing is an absorbing, compelling work of Christian historical fiction. This engrossing story is set in the early Ottoman Empire, in the latter part of the 14th century. Christian boys are taken from their families by the Sultan and...

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Sherlock Holmes & the Singular Affair

By M. K. Wiseman

M. K. Wiseman’s Sherlock Holmes & The Singular Affair is a gripping tale about an intricate mystery that a client desperately begged the famous Sherlock Holmes to solve. Before meeting and becoming partners in crime with Doctor Watson, Sherlock Holmes lived in Montague, where he...

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