Fiction - Historical - Personage

Barbra Streisand

On the Couch
By Alma H. Bond, Ph.D.

Fans of Barbra Streisand are going to love this latest book, the 23rd from the On the Couch series written by Alma H. Bond Ph.D. In this fictionalized series, Alma H. Bond, a psychoanalyst, combines her extensive knowledge of why folks do what they do...

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Big Hero of a Small Country

By M.J. Neary

Big Hero of A Small Country by M.J. Neary is the enlightening story of an Irish family at the turn of the twentieth century. The family members struggle amongst themselves in an effort to live together, despite the fanatical drive of the head of the...

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Before the Court of Heaven

By Jack Mayer

Before the Court of Heaven by Jack Mayer tells the story of Ernst Techow, a young German who, in the years following World War I, gets caught up in what can be called the pre-Nazi movement. As a youngster before the war, he learns, both...

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Black Sun

By Glenn Starkey

It’s not unusual for me to cry at the end of a movie. But it’s totally unlike me to cry at the end of a book. How did Glenn Starkey move me so much with his historical fiction novel, Black Sun? Was it the series...

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Be Still the Water

By Karen Emilson

Be Still the Water by Karen Emilson is a historical novel set against the backdrop of the tranquil shores of Lake Manitoba in the early 1900s, a story centered around the immigrant Gudmundsson family and their struggles to settle among the Siglunes in the early...

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Béla's Letters

By Jeff Ingber

Bela’s Letters by Jeff Ingber is a Jewish World War II story with a twist. The protagonist, Bela Ingber (Jeff’s father), never went to the concentration camps. Instead, he survived the war by being conscripted into a Hungarian-Jewish “labor battalion” after Hungary, allied with Nazi...

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Beige

A Novel
By Ci'Monique Green

Beige by Ci’Monique Green is a delightful story of the life of Josiah Kessler. Josiah is the only surviving child of Obadiah Wade Kessler; a quiet man of integrity and strength. The tale takes the reader on a fascinating journey through many decades. It tells...

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Blessop's Wife

By Barbara Gaskell Denvil

After eighty years of conflict, the War of the Roses is nearing its end. Edward IV made a disastrous mistake when he married Elizabeth Woodville. Her ambitious family did everything to increase their power and suspicions were aroused when Edward died mysteriously at the age...

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