Winning Her Highland Warrior

By Maeve Greyson

Winning Her Highland Warrior by Maeve Greyson is an endearing flight of fancy time-travel romance in which a brilliant microbiologist with poor social skills accidentally plunges into the murky depths of a Highland loch, only to emerge in 14th-century Scotland after being saved by a...

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A History of Silence

The Heartland Trilogy, Book One
By Cynthia J. Bogard

A History of Silence is the first book in Cynthia J. Bogard's The Heartland Trilogy. And what a heartfelt beginning! Jenny, Jane, Liz, and Maddie are closer to one another than they would have ever imagined. A devastating dark past binds them together. When Jenny...

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The Winds of Morning

Donovan Family Saga, Book A, The Prequel
By Gifford MacShane

The Winds of Morning is a prequel novel to the Donovan Family Saga series. Author Gifford MacShane immerses us in Ireland in 1848 when the Great Famine still ravages Ireland and its people as entire families and towns are wiped out. Young Molly, recently orphaned,...

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The Girls in Cabin Number Three

By Chrysteen Braun

Chrysteen Braun does it again with The Girls in Cabin Number Three, a fantastic addition to The Guest Book Trilogy. Carrie Davis enlists the help of interior designer and fellow cabin owner Annie Parker in updating the log home that she has just inherited from...

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The Long Way Home from Crete

By Isaac Kal

The Long Way Home from Crete is a work of fiction in the historical, military, and cross-cultural fiction subgenres. It is best suited to the adult reading audience and was penned by Isaac Kal. In this fascinating and socially relevant work of historical fiction, we...

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I Am Germany

By Michael Witt

I Am Germany is a historical novel by Michael Witt. Henry Schultz is an old man grieving the loss of his wife. In a bid to find closure, he travels to Germany just before the fall of the Berlin Wall, where he meets his first...

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The Twelve Sisters

By Don Gordon Pierson, David Thompson Dorris

The Twelve Sisters by Don Gordon Pierson and David Thompson Dorris is a sweeping epic packed with intrigue, love, personal justice, obscene wealth, greed, crime syndicates, and family bonds spanning centuries. Tailored superbly into three distinct periods, each part deals with an interesting story revolving...

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The Two Wolves

A Dying Truth Exposed, Book Three
By Marcus Abston

The Two Wolves is the third novel in the Dying Truth Exposed series by Marcus Abston, continuing the story of Annabelle as she moves forward in her life with her Cherokee family. Being married to John was the best decision of her life. Now that...

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Give Us This Day

The Merthyr Rising
By Rebecca Bryn

The secret behind Give Us This Day lies in the subtitle: The Merthyr Rising. The setting is the coal mines and ironworks of South Wales as they existed in the early nineteenth century. On one side are the wealthy mine owners and ironmasters. On the...

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WAVES on the Potomac

By R. Ann Bush

WAVES on the Potomac is a work of fiction in the historical and women’s fiction subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author R. Ann Bush. This fascinating read combines espionage and women’s issues during the Second World War,...

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