Fiction - Historical - Personage

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...

A Day in Eternity

By Kathryn Gabriel Loving

The here and now, or the hereafter? A Day in Eternity by Kathryn Gabriel Loving addresses this question. After crash landing his plane, Anson Roe wakes up in a place he knows well, the Panhandle of Oklahoma. He feels off, in a bizarre state of...

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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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Princess Dracula

By John Patrick Kennedy

Princess Dracula takes the classic tale of the origins of the first vampire, Dracula, and turns it upside down. Vlad Dracula is the father in this story, and a ruthless man, bent on winning a decades-long war against the Turks, no matter what the cost,...

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In the Shadow of Her Majesty

A Tudor Novel
By A. Piper Burgi

On Sunday the 8th day of September in the year of Our Lord 1560, 28-year-old Amy Dudley was found dead at the foot of a staircase at Cumnor Place, a country manor house in Oxfordshire, near the college town of Oxford, England. Since her childless...

London for Immigrant Suckers

So Long Yugoslavia
By Kolya S

London for Immigrant Suckers: So Long Yugoslavia by Kolya S is Peter Kovach’s exceptional odyssey as an immigrant in the UK, a story that features powerful historical experiences and references. While sharing the story of Peter, his hardships and the many challenges he has to...

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The Indigo Rebels

By Ellie Midwood

A riveting tale taking place during the German occupation of Paris during World War II. The Indigo Rebels by Ellie Midwood presents to the reader a story of three siblings, with very different lives, coming together in the most unexpected of fashions. Giselle Legrand, the...

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Dark Lady

A Novel of Emilia Bassano Lanyer
By Charlene Ball

Dark Lady: A Novel of Emilia Bassano Lanyer by Charlene Ball is a historical fiction novel on the life of Emilia Bassano Lanyer. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction...

The Confessions of Socrates

By R. L. Prendergast

The Confessions of Socrates are daily articles written by Socrates while being held in his prison cell, awaiting the day of his execution. This new novel by R.L. Prendergast tells how his family and friends have arranged for him to receive food, along with quill...

The Voice, the Revolution and the Key

The Epic Order of the Seven
By Jenny L. Cote

The Voice, the Revolution and the Key (The Epic Order of the Seven) by Jenny L. Cote is a revolutionary novel, complex in its characters, beautiful in the atmosphere it evokes, and extraordinary in plot. Readers will revisit the 1775 American Revolution and get acquainted...

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