I Am Juden

Undercover in the SS
By Stephen Uzzell

I Am Juden: Undercover in the SS is a work of exciting historical fiction set during the events of the Second World War, penned by author Stephen Uzzell. In a story inspired by the real-life events of undercover war hero Haim Michael Klar, we meet...

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Inventing Madness

By J.G. Schwartz

“In April 1931, the world’s most famous inventor, Thomas Alva Edison, asked me if I would be interested in writing his biography. I accepted the offer. I was allowed a total of only seven interviews over a seven-week period. Each interview session lasted no more...

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I, Claudia

A Novel of the Ancient World
By Lin Wilder

I, Claudia: A Novel of the Ancient World by Lin Wilder is one of the fascinating books I have read — wonderful historical references, Christian and mythological underpinnings, with strong considerations of some of the troubling spiritual questions of all time. Born in Delphi and...

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In Search of the Lost

By Thomas W Peltier

In Search of the Lost is a work of historical and contemporary adventure fiction written by author Thomas W Peltier. In a split narrative between present day Tasmania and Tasmania during the 1930s, this thrilling and dramatic work weaves a narrative around the fearsome predator...

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I Miss My Pa The Most

By Raymond Cook

I Miss My Pa The Most by Raymond Cook introduces us to Christopher and Shannon Rose O'Shea, a couple living in Marble, Colorado in 1898 with their young daughter, Emily. When one night a stovepipe fire engulfs their home, the family escape through an attic...

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Infants of the Brush

A Chimney Sweep's Story
By A. M. Watson

A.M. Watson’s Infants of the Brush: A Chimney Sweep's Story recounts the story of a handful of boys all but enslaved by a master chimney sweep. With his widowed mother desperate for money, Egan Whitcombe, aged six, is apprenticed to Daniel Armory for three crowns,...

In a Gilded Cage

By Susan Appleyard

In a Gilded Cage is a historical fiction account by Susan Appleyard of the life of Empress Elisabeth “Sisi” of Austria (1837-1898). It covers the period from the time the fifteen-year-old Bavarian princess accompanies her older sister to visit their cousin, Emperor Franz Josef, and...

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In a Time Never Known

By Kat Michels

Kat Michels takes readers back to the US Civil War era in this engrossing historical fiction where genteel Southern belles wore massive hooped gowns and fluttered coquettish eyelids as they played the piano to a room of eligible, admiring males. The beautiful young Kady is...

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I, the Sun

By Janet Morris

With I, the Sun, Janet Morris comes close to a biography of the Hittite king, Suppiluliumas, whilst creating a captivating story, and that is a brilliant achievement in fiction where only one character, Titai, a slave girl, is fictitious. At the opening, Tasmisarri, heir to...

In the Shadow of Her Majesty

A Tudor Novel
By A. Piper Burgi

On Sunday the 8th day of September in the year of Our Lord 1560, 28-year-old Amy Dudley was found dead at the foot of a staircase at Cumnor Place, a country manor house in Oxfordshire, near the college town of Oxford, England. Since her childless...