Beyond The River Of Shame

By Ken Czech

Ken Czech’s Beyond The River Of Shame is the literary adventure of Samuel Baker in Victorian-era Africa, a combination of historical facts and fictionalized elements of the famous 19th-century British explorer, and his wife Florence ‘Florie’ von Sass. Their fated encounter at the slave auction...

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Blood of Toma

By Lauren Lee Merewether

Blood of Toma by Lauren Lee Merewether is a historical event/era fiction book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of young adults and adults who enjoy stories about ancient Mexico during the time of the Aztecs and who do not mind violence. High...

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Black Widow

A Spellbound Regency Novel
By Lucy Leroux

Regency, the paranormal, and mystery are all woven seamlessly into a spellbinding historical romance that will surely delight any reader. Black Widow by Lucy Leroux is Book Two in A Spellbound Regency Novel series and it follows the story of Amelia Montgomery and Gideon Wells,...

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Brother Daniel's Good News Revival

By Bruce Joel Brittain

Brother Daniel's Good News Revival by Bruce Joel Brittain is such a refreshing change from the hundreds of books I read each year. Brittain’s cast of characters is colourful and different, yet completely realistic and believable. Now, put these characters into a religious revival troupe...

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Blood Moon

Diary of a Highland Massacre (Fate of the True Vampires Book 3)
By Christine Church

Is it fact or is it fiction? Real or imaginary? Blood Moon: Diary of a Highland Massacre (Fate of the True Vampires Book 3) by Christine Church is a tantalizing novella which blends history and fiction in such a way as to leave readers asking...

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Blood of the Stone Prince

One Beauty, Three Beasts
By M.J. Neary

Blood of the Stone Prince: One Beauty, Three Beasts by M.J. Neary is an interesting historical story with the feel of old time romanticism. In a tale told in a lovely and engrossing narrative voice, the reader follows the life of three sophisticated characters who...

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Bladesong

1151 in the Holy Land (The Troubadours Quartet Book 2)
By Jean Gill

I like my historical romance heavy on the history, light on the romance, with a strong cupful of action and adventure thrown in. When an author can get all of the elements in exactly the right proportions, we are probably talking bestseller. In Bladesong, a...

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Beautiful Skin

By Murray Pura

Murray Pura’s Beautiful Skin is a romance novel that has many layers to it. Set in the Second World War between Ukraine and Germany, it is centered around its main character Andrew Chornavka, with his brothers and sisters playing minor characters. The story wends its...

Butterfly Wish

A Doomed Interracial Love Affair Set in Post War South Korea
By D. Davidson, R. Marcano

I loved Butterfly Wish: A Doomed Interracial Love Affair Set in Post War South Korea by D. Davidson and R. Marcano. I loved it because I have been an American soldier stationed in Korea. I have had military buddies and been in love with...

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Beautiful Imperfections

By Marjorie Vernelle

Beautiful Imperfections is a literary fiction novel written by Marjorie Vernelle. Some might think that the Survey of Art History class that Keith James took to fulfill the Religious Knowledge class in her first year at the University of Toronto was the defining moment in...