Hitchhiking Across America: 1963

By Daniel Robinson

Nick is the nineteen-year-old hero of Hitchhiking Across America: 1963 by Daniel Robinson. From Nick’s point of view, you are about to see the different facets of American life as he sets forth on a road trip that will make him encounter the different faces...

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Heirs & Spares

Book One, The Realm Series
By Jennie Spohr

Heirs & Spares is Book One in The Realm Series by Jennie Spohr, a spellbinding historical fiction novel with interesting characters. Set in 1569 in a turbulent time in history with war looming ahead, two characters with little interest in each other and in power...

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Her Seafaring Scoundrel

The Crawfords (Book 3)
By Sophie Barnes

Lady Cassandra had already lived through one scandal years earlier when her fiancé died in an accident on the way to their wedding. As the result of a pre-wedding night together, she had their baby daughter Penelope nine months later. In high society in England...

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Heart of the Highlands

The Raven Prequel
By April Holthaus

Set in 1529 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Heart of the Highlands: The Raven by April Holthaus follows the experiences of Adelyn Scott, a descendant of Roland de Velville, as she seeks refuge from her cousin, King James V of Scotland. Pursued by powerful men for the...

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Hidden Mysteries

A James Ford Mystery (James Ford Mysteries Book 8)
By Sandra Olson

Hidden Mysteries by Sandra Olson is the eighth book in the James Ford mystery series. A former police officer and now private investigator, James Ford moves into a newly purchased and refurbished house in the country with his family. On an expedition to the accompanying...

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House of Seven

A Novel
By Mary Lou Cheatham

House of Seven is a satire on how life was in 1913 Mississippi. The central character, Beth DuBard, was a twenty-six-year-old spinster and writer, living with her parents and crotchety aunt, Miss Genie. An African-American couple, Trousdale and Rosa Linda Miller, lived in the same...

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How to Make a Life

A Novel
By Florence Reiss Kraut

How to Make a Life: A Novel by Florence Reiss Kraut is a beautifully written historical novel that explores family themes and the challenges of emigration. It starts with the migration of Ida and her daughter, Bessie, from Ukraine to America in 1905. They believe...

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Her Cumberland

By Susan Paisley

Her Cumberland by Susan Paisley is an imaginative historical novella that chronicles Rebecca Sevier’s life as her family arrives in Tennessee in search of better prospects during the late 1700s. The story highlights her resilience and follows her continuous determination to honor her father’s dreams....

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Harvest Moon

By the Light of the Moon #4
By Jenny Knipfer

Harvest Moon by Jenny Knipfer is one of the best books I have read in 2020. In fact, it is probably one of the best historical fiction novels I have ever read. I have come away deep in thought, feeling somewhat like I’ve had a...

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His Castilian Hawk

The Castilian Saga Book 1
By Anna Belfrage

His Castilian Hawk (The Castilian Saga Book 1) by Anna Belfrage takes us back in time to the mid-1200s and the time of the Plantagenet kings of England, notably Edward I, or Edward Longshanks, in recognition of his uncommon height. Robert FitzStephan, the bastard son...

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