My Fatima

By Lydia Lin

Set in Jordan and Lebanon in 1966, Lydia Lin’s novel My Fatima covers the developing conflicts of the Middle East, seen through the eyes of a young West German schoolgirl. Although dimly aware of the complex political background which surrounds her, Trudy’s interests are focused...

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Magician in Black

By Michael Merry

Magician In Black is a work of historical fiction based on real events and people and was penned by author Michael J. Merry. Set during the early 1930s and continuing into the events of the Second World War, the initial plot is brought about by...

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Mary Bernadette: Secrets of a Dallas Moon

A Young Vietnamese Girl's Tale from the Grave about the Killing of JFK
By John F. Bronzo

Mary Bernadette: Secrets of a Dallas Moon is told from the point of view of a couple of people involved in a secret mission during the Vietnam War. The main character is Mary Bernadette, a young Vietnamese orphan who was brutally murdered in 1971 with...

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Mirador

By James Jennings

Mirador by James Jennings is the story of a man who just wanted to keep his wife safe but ended up in the middle of a war that was never his to fight. Set in the early 1990s, the story follows Nate, a computer engineer...

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Magnolias Don't Bloom in September

A Young Yankee Teacher is Swept into the Cultural Clashes of Integration in Mississippi
By Carol Lynn Luck

After a year of teaching well-behaved, intelligent students in New York, Kenda Kirkenbaum takes a chance and accepts a job in West Belfield, Mississippi, certain that the only thing different is the location. Unfortunately, Kenda has no idea of social politics in the Deep South....

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Midnight Marauder and the President of the United States

A Series of Western Novels Featuring the Adventures of John Crudder
By Roy Clinton

Midnight Marauder and the President of the United States: A Series of Western Novels Featuring the Adventures of John Crudder by Roy Clinton is a gripping story with powerful historical hints and strong social and political commentaries. The president needs the help of the Midnight...

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Mrs. Rossi's Dream

By Khanh Ha

Mrs. Rossi’s Dream is a work of historical fiction set in and after the Vietnam War and was penned by author Khanh Ha. The titular character arrives in Vietnam during the 1980s, searching for her son, Nicola Rossi, who went missing during service as a...

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Mattie

By Betty Willis

Mattie by Betty Willis is a heartwarming and heart-wrenching story of love, loss, hardship, abandonment, and survival. Mattie McAlister, a ten-year-old girl, loses her mother in a tragic accident. Her grief-stricken father begins drinking and ignores the needs of his children. Mattie's two brothers are...

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Murder Under A Blood Moon

The Mona Moon Mysteries Book 2
By Abigail Keam

Murder Under A Blood Moon by Abigail Keam is book two in the 1930s Mona Moon Mystery series. Mona's life in Kentucky is as close to perfect as it can get. She wants for nothing, her staff is happy, and she remains happily independent until...

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Mighty Mary

By Max Davine

Mighty Mary by Max Davine is one of those stories that will bring tears to the eyes of readers and that powerfully illustrate man’s inhumanity to animals. It’s the story of Mary, a circus elephant, the star of the West. Captured during the British Raj...

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