Fiction - Historical - Personage

Jelly Bryce

The Legend Begins
By Mike Conti

If you ever turned the last page of a book and find yourself pining for more, then you have firsthand experience of what I felt after turning the last page of Jelly Bryce: The Legend Begins. The consolation is that it’s just the beginning of...

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The Popish Midwife

A tale of high treason, prejudice and betrayal
By Annelisa Christensen

It's a bold task to take on writing a 400-page plus book based on the life of an obscure English midwife who lived in the 1600s. But that is the challenge Annelisa Christensen gave herself with The Popish Midwife, after studying court transcripts about the...

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Big Hero of a Small Country

By M.J. Neary

Big Hero of A Small Country by M.J. Neary is the enlightening story of an Irish family at the turn of the twentieth century. The family members struggle amongst themselves in an effort to live together, despite the fanatical drive of the head of the...

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Emilia

The darkest days in history of Nazi Germany through a woman's eyes
By Ellie Midwood

Emilia is a very moving and powerful book that will touch your emotions by hurting your heart, and making you angry. Emilia is a very strong-willed young woman whom we meet at the beginning days of the occupation of Poland. We meet Emilia’s family and...

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Circle of Time

By Debra Shiveley Welch

Five stars are not enough for Debra Shiveley Welch’s Circle of Time. An accident in the Bermuda Triangle throws Bridget (Bridge) Littleton through time. She awakens in the home of the Lyttleton family, her own ancestors, in the year 1532 near Bristol, England. Thus begins...

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Envoy of Jerusalem

Balian D'Ibelin and the Third Crusade (Balian D'Ibelin and the Kingdom of Jerusalem)
By Helena P Schrader

In a wonderful new work of historical fiction by author Helena P. Schrader, Envoy of Jerusalem: Balian D'Ibelin and the Third Crusade (Balian D'Ibelin and the Kingdom of Jerusalem) has a story line that kept me obsessively turning the pages from the very first all...

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The Thin Thread of Destiny

By Lara Prodan

Lara Prodan pens a dramatic tale of family, heritage and legacy in The Thin Thread of Destiny. Ever wonder about your origins or family tree? Is there some sort of secret hiding in your past? Daria never really gave it much thought, until she meets...

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Jelly Bryce

FBI Odyssey
By Mike Conti

Jelly Bryce: FBI Odyssey is #2 in a trilogy by author and veteran police office Mike Conti. The trilogy charts the life and times of real life law enforcement hero, Delf A (“Jelly”) Bryce. Apparently the unusual nickname originated as “Jellybean” because of his penchant...

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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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The Laird's Kidnapped Bride

By Mysty McPartland

I liked The Laird’s Kidnapped Bride by Mysty McPartland very much. Actually, to be more accurate, I love the heroine of this historic novel, Lark. She is quite a woman. As you can guess by the title of the novel, Lark is kidnapped. As a...

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