Bound by Honor

The Clan Donald Saga Book 2
By Regan Walker

Bound by Honor (The Clan Donald Saga Book 2) by Regan Walker takes readers back to the rugged and exciting times of medieval Scotland and the seemingly interminable clashes not just amongst the clans, but with the eternal foe, England. When Angus Mor Macdonald met...

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Bloodlines

A Dying Truth Exposed, Book One
By Marcus Abston

Bloodlines is the first novel in the Dying Truth Exposed series by Marcus Abston. It is a historical novel that tells a tale of survival and fighting the odds. Albert Brooks woke up one morning and realized his family had no idea about their heritage....

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Backlash Bounty

McGuire
By Lori Power

Backlash Bounty by Lori Power is set in 1813 and tells the thrilling adventure of British Captain Garrett McGuire and his beloved wife Bessy. While searching for Spanish treasure at the behest of Cornwallis to fund the Napoleonic war, Garrett and Bessy’s brother, First Mate...

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Brothers of War

The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg
By Michael Eisenhut

It was two years in service for the Whitlow brothers in the Union army and the war was not over yet. This was since the secession of the Southern states of the US in 1861, which saw the outbreak of the Civil War between the...

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Brandenburg II

The Ninth Circle of Hell
By James Cloud

Brandenburg II: The Ninth Circle of Hell by James Cloud is a penetrating and well-researched story about Nazi Germany as told from the German perspective. While Hitler is the focal point, the struggles of those under the Third Reich keep the wheels of the storyline...

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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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Becoming Olive W.

The Women of Campbell County
By S. Lee Fisher

Becoming Olive W.: The Women of Campbell County by S. Lee Fisher tells the story of the youngest daughter of Henderson Westchester. Olive, who was left orphaned at the age of three when her mother died in childbirth, struggles to find her purpose and place...

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Black's Gold

By Lori Power

A heartfelt novel with a riveting plot, Black's Gold by Lori Power follows the life of a destitute young woman after the cruel death of her mother. Following the violent events of the previous night that leaves Flora’s mother, Maggs, hanging on to her life,...

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Between the Cypress and the Stars

Van Gogh's life through Perspectives
By Josephine Smith

Josephine Smith's historical fiction novel Between the Cypress and the Stars: Van Gogh's life through Perspectives is a re-imagining of the life of the artistic genius Vincent Van Gogh. The novel focuses on the last years of Van Gogh's life from 1888 -1890 when he...

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Beneath the Splendor

By Jami Taylor

In 1853, a much-loved reverend is being tried for murder in the fictionalized true-crime novel, Beneath the Splendor by Jamie Taylor. While visiting her cousin, Elizabeth Carawan takes the maid's twelve-year-old daughter, Mary, to be her personal maid. Having grown up in servitude, Mary is...

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