Fiction - Historical - Personage

Madame Presidentess

By Nicole Evelina

Nearly fifty years before women were granted the right to vote, Victoria Woodhull ran for President of the United States. The ballot in 1872 included the Equal Rights Party; Victoria was the presidential candidate and Frederick Douglass, a former slave, was the vice-presidential candidate. This...

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Mother Nile

By Warren Adler

If you are unfamiliar with the author Warren Adler, as I was, don't hesitate to pick up Mother Nile. Mr. Adler is an incredible writer and Mother Nile is an utterly engrossing story. How engrossing? In my eagerness to learn how the book ended, oblivious...

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Maiden General

How a 17-year-old Girl Saved France at Orleans: A True Story
By Mike MacCarthy

It is said that God works in mysterious ways and that was certainly the case when ‘Joan of Arc’ became the savior of France in 1429. Maiden General: How a 17-year-old Girl Saved France at Orleans: A True Story by Mike MacCarthy tells the true...

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Miriamne the Magdala

The First Chapter in the Yeshua and Miri Novel Series
By JB Richards

Miriamne the Magdala: The First Chapter in the Yeshua and Miri Novel Series by JB Richards is a beautiful, heartwarming, yet daring account of the life of Yeshua (Jesus) and Miriamne (Mary) of Magdala as no one could ever imagine it. A brilliant intro into...

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Mr. Meeks

His Life & Times 1812-1867
By David S. Larson

Damian Hopkins, a young San Francisco newspaper reporter, undertakes an assignment that will change his life and outlook on other people in Mr. Meeks: His Life & Times 1812-1867 by David S. Larson. Hired by a wealthy benefactor to interview William Meeks, Hopkins is at...

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My Razzle Dazzle

An Outsider's True Story
By Todd Peterson

My Razzle Dazzle: An Outsider's True Story is a historical fictionalized autobiography written by Todd Peterson. Todd felt like an outsider all through his years growing up in Illinois and Wisconsin. As a child, he was stung by the jeers and rejection of his peers,...

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Metal Storm

Weird Custer, A Novel
By William Sumrall

Metal Storm: Weird Custer is a historical fiction novel written by William Sumrall. The author sets the stage for the infamous last stand of George Armstrong Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876. Custer has big plans for his future, including the...

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My Heart Still Surrenders

By Robbi Perna

Carolina, the Contessina DeSimone, has a very demanding and overbearing father. Of noble birth, Carolina is expected to marry well. Carolina, however, wishes to follow her heart. She does so first to a childhood friend, Carlos, and then, disowned by her abusive father, to the...

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Men of the Cross

Battle Scars
By Charlene Newcomb

In Men of the Cross, author Charlene Newcomb opens the Battle Scars series with a resounding, epic novel of love and war. This historical romance novel, set primarily during the Third Crusade led by King Richard the Lionhearted of England in the 12th century, is...

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My Enemy's Tears

The Witch of Northampton
By Karen Vorbeck Williams

Mary Bliss Parsons and Sarah Lyman Bridgeman are young girls who have just arrived in the Connecticut area from England. Mary’s family struggles to make ends meet in the new country, while Sarah’s family has a little more success. It is a new frontier where...

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