I Am Cuba

Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution
By Matt Cost

I Am Cuba: Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution by Matthew Langdon Cost offers an accurate and detailed historical account of Cuba’s people's revolution (26th of July Movement) that began in 1953 and ended on December 31, 1958, with the overthrow of military dictator Fulgencio...

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Siciliana

A Novel
By Carlo Treviso

After Charles of Anjou (Re Carlu) from France vanquished Prince Conradin in 1269, Sicily became a shadow of itself. Re Carlu used his fierce Angevin soldiers to subdue, dominate, and make the lives of Sicilians unbearable. However, seven-year-old Aetna Vespiri and her elder brother, Cicero,...

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The Portraitist

A Novel of Adelaide Labille-Guiard
By Susanne Dunlap

Women in eighteenth-century Paris were subjected to a level of discrimination we’d never accept in the twenty-first century. Adelaide Labille-Guiard was no exception. She married young, but her passion wasn’t her husband; it was rather her painting. This created a volatile relationship, one that she...

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The Glovemaker’s War

By Katherine Williams

The Glovemaker’s War, by Katherine Williams, relates a heartwarming yet heartbreaking story of three generations of women who will learn much about themselves as well as each other. Eve, Angela, and Georgina are mother, daughter, and granddaughter, each with their own very independent successful lives,...

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Imperial Passions - The Great Palace

A Byzantine Novel
By Eileen Stephenson

The Great Palace: A Byzantine Novel is the second book in the Imperial Passions series by Eileen Stephenson. The imperial court has become a hotbed for conspiracies, betrayal, weak loyalties, and changing times. Isaac I Comnenus took over the throne of the Byzantine Empire and...

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The Porch Swing

By R.A. Dillow

In the wistful realistic fiction work, The Porch Swing by R.A. Dillow, a grandmother shares memories with her grandchildren as she turns the pages of a photo album. She remembers her husband’s devotion throughout their life together as she turns each page. In the beginning,...

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A Buss from Lafayette

By Dorothea Jensen

A Buss from Lafayette by Dorothea Jensen is a historical fiction tale set over the course of a week in the early 19th century, as narrated by a fourteen-year-old girl named Clara Hargraves. She lives in a small town in New Hampshire with her father,...

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The Prophecy of Achilles

A novel in verse
By H M Roberts

The Prophecy of Achilles: A novel in verse by H M Roberts is a modern-ish retelling of an ancient Greek myth, the original being what many either read at some point in school or, if they did not, have likely heard of the titular hero....

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The Blue Butterfly

A Novel of Marion Davies
By Leslie Johansen Nack

The Blue Butterfly is a work of fiction in the historical fiction and interpersonal drama subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author Leslie Johansen Nack. In a fictionalized account of a real-world relationship, the book follows Marion Davies...

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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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