Historical Fiction

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To Love Mercy

To Love Mercy takes place in racially segregated Chicago, circa 1948. Most African-Americans live in poverty, are denied upward mobility, and must deal with the prejudice of white people. The book is filled with authentic detail and prominent figures of the period and nothing is white-washed.
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Letters from Pemberly

"Letters From Pemberley: The First Year", brings us to the writing desk of newly married Elizabeth Bennet Darcy as she embarks on her first year at Pemberley, the grand estate of her new husband, Fitzwilliam Darcy.
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Rightfully Mine: God's Equal Rights Amendment

The compelling story of the wandering nation of Israel following their escape from Egypt and 40 years of exile in the desert.
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A strong and loving heroine readers will long remember and admire, and delivers a blissfully satisfying denouement that reaffirms hope and happiness.
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Adam's Daughters

Part two in The Westward Sagas follows the Mitchell family as it struggles during the time of the Colonial and American Revolution.

A More Obedient Wife

A series of entertaining fictional diary entries by two wives named Hannah, both married to early Supreme Court Justices.
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The Flower Man's Daughter

A skillfully crafted novel that recounts the C.I.A.-backed violent coup that toppled Chilean President Salvador Allende in 1973.
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Grant's Indian

A historical novel that brings America's Civil War to life as told through the eyes of Ulysses Grant's aide de camp, a Seneca Indian chief.
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Spring House

Historically accurate, Spring House brings the mores and manners of early American history alive while telling the story of Scots-Irish families, struggling to find happiness on the new frontier.