Historical Fiction

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THE PRICE FOR GLORY

THE PRICE FOR GLORY details the life of a man who lived and loved his way through the half-century between the days before the Second World War through the Vietnam War into the last decade of the 20th Century.
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OVER THE MOUNTAIN

OVER THE MOUNTAIN is a compelling coming-of-age novel which follows a teenage girl through her high school years in 1960s Alabama.
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SLIPPER

A young orphan among an aristocratic English family fights her way out of a lifetime of abuse to find her own sense of purpose and happiness.
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PANTHER ACROSS THE STARS

Native American leader Tecumseh struggles to keep his people from being overwhelmed by the new nation of America - but shipwrecked aliens might hold the key he needs.
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THE SINGING FOREST

Fresh from law school, a young American Army officer unexpectedly lands on Europe’s western front during the final year of World War II in THE SINGING FOREST.
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NELLIE’S JOURNEY

NELLIE’S JOURNEY is a WWI-era historical novel highlighting the struggles of women and men in rural England.
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NOT THE FAINTEST TRACE

NOT THE FAINTEST TRACE is noirish mystery, wrapped up in a well-researched historical tale.
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A PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR

A PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR by Joseph Wurtenbaugh is a visceral historical novel with a twist.
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An impressive history is composed in THE TRUMPETS OF JERICHO

THE TRUMPETS OF JERICHO is a narrative re-telling of the Jewish uprising in Auschwitz-Birkenau, in which Jewish men tasked with working with the Nazis to run the camp crematoriums joined forces with an all female work team to fight back against their SS oppressors.
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A high-stakes thriller plays out across a festive Finnish town in ANTLER PLAN

A professor and his former student attempt to stop a shadowy organization from using a biological weapon that could alter future generations.
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Long ago, when the world was new, some of its humans formed A FAMILY OF STRANGERS

Inspired by the vitality of Paleolithic cave paintings in the Cantabria region of Northern Spain, Kathleeen Flanagan Rollins continues her series of stories about early humans in the process of discovering their environment and themselves from a distance of 14,000 years.
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1939 – THE PHANTOM ZEPPELIN

A young, well-traveled boy with a gift for languages, making friends, and observing details becomes a spy for Winston Churchill as WWII begins.
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THAT WOMAN

THAT WOMAN centers on a 17-year-old female forced into indentured servitude, and treated in every possible way, as the “master’s” “property.” Once freed, she seeks pay-back amidst the hard-scrabble, impersonal, money-obsessed New York.
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GIDEON: THE SOUND AND THE GLORY

Joseph Ganci’s novel takes on the character of the reluctant and self-deprecating warrior Gideon who, as instructed by Yahweh, freed the ungrateful, idol-worshipping Israelites from their seven-year servitude to the Midian Empire.
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BRETHREN

BRETHREN follows a secular soldier and a Christian reformist as they attempt to balance survival and idealism in a world that invites neither.
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CAT BORN TO THE PURPLE, a poetic tale with a flair for description and a welcoming, hopeful heart

A young cat must help her human partner, the woman saved from stoning by Yeshua ben Yosef, find healing and purpose in life.
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Trials and triumphs of historic Alexandria in: PEPPERY WINDS

PEPPERY WINDS is an adventurous epic novel set in the first century AD, opening with the drama of terrifying and murderous anti-Semitic riots in Alexandria, where Jews and Greeks had lived in peace for generations.
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History, mysterious pasts, and tarot cards intertwine in: CONSTANT GUESTS

A family secret prompts a young woman to go on a journey around Europe filled with tarot cards and danger.
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Nobility and politics of turbulent Tudor times in: HEAVEN, EARTH OR HELL

A young nobleman struggles to balance honor with survival in the turbulent politics of the court of Henry VIII.