Fiction - Historical - Personage

Sovereignty

He Lied For Your Sins
By Rhys Hagan

In Sovereignty: He Lied For Your Sins by Rhys Hagan, we meet a Roman banker who is trying very hard to make a name for himself. He wants fame and he wants recognition, but he is not getting anything close to that. Just when he...

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Salvation in the Sun

Book One of The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles
By Lauren Merewether

Salvation in the Sun: Book One of The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles is a historical fiction novel by Lauren Merewether. The story is set in the religiously and politically turbulent, though artistically unique, Amarna period of ancient Egypt. It tells the story of Pharaoh Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten...

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Surviving the Fatherland

A True Coming-of-age Love Story Set in WWII Germany
By Annette Oppenlander

Annette Oppenlander opened doors in her heritage that most people would have kept closed when she penned Surviving the Fatherland: A True Coming-of-age Love Story Set in WWII Germany. She records her parents' young lives as they watch fathers, brothers, and friends go off to...

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Slipper

By Hester Velmans

For beautiful Lucinda, being born into a well-to-do aristocratic family in 17th century England should have been the beginning of a life of opulence and ease. Unfortunately, her mother, fifth daughter of Lord Hempstead, was disgraced by becoming pregnant while unwed and died shortly after...

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Sally

A Novel
By J. Schlenker

Sally: A Novel is the fictional account of the life of Sally Ann Barnes (1858 - 1969), a black woman born into slavery in Kentucky. Author J. Schlenker met Sally briefly as a child, when Sally was over one hundred years old. Her memory of...

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Sister Witch

The Life of Moll Dyer
By David Thompson

Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer (Legends of the Family Dyer) by David Thompson is a paranormal tale with a dark edge, a story that powerfully demonstrates the irresistible pull of evil and allows the reader to follow one woman’s journey as she struggles...

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Sherlock Holmes and the Dance of the Tiger

The Great Detective in Love Book 2
By Suzette Hollingsworth

Sherlock Holmes and the Dance of the Tiger (The Great Detective in Love Book 2) by Suzette Hollingsworth is a historical mystery fiction novel that takes place after Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Sword Princess. This is a book that would appeal most...

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Six Days in September

A Novel of Lee's Army in Maryland
By Alexander B. Rossino

I love books about the American Civil War, whether they are fact or fiction. Other wars have been bigger, but none have been more important to American history. I am an African-American so this war was particularly important to myself and my family. I am...

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Swallow

By Heidi Fischer

Gabrielle Richter is the feisty, smart, beautiful daughter of General Maximillian Richter. Her Onkel, Lieutenant General Albert Kesselring of the German Luftwaffe, took her on her first airplane ride on her twelfth birthday. Gabi was immediately smitten with flying; this led her to pursue the...

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Struggles of the Women Folk

By T M Brown

If Oprah Winfrey reads Struggles of the Womenfolk by T.M. Brown, it will probably be made into a movie one day. I say this because I know Oprah feels strongly about a lot of things, and two of the things she feels most strongly about...

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