Man on the Edge

By Barry Wood

Man on the Edge by Barry Wood is a show-stopping WWII adventure story. It’s 1938; war is looming and the leaders of Britain choose to ignore the stark warnings from Churchill. Their mistake. It's 1940. France has fallen to the Nazis, unable to stop Hitler’s...

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Marie de Saint-Сhéron

Shadows from the Past
By Writer's House Lebenswelle

Marie de Saint-Сhéron: Shadows from the Past is an historical romance novel written by Writer's House Lebenswelle. Mercedes and Edmond Dantes had finally been reunited after their twenty long years apart. Edmond had wreaked vengeance upon the malefactors who had conspired to have him falsely...

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Mud Puddlers

By Shaun Bailey

If you like well-researched novels based on some fascinating, if sometimes brutal, true American history, Mud Puddlers by Shaun Bailey is for you. On one level, it’s the fictional story of William Black, a Hoover Dam worker who dabbles in union organizing and illegal gambling....

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Much Ado at Longbourn

By Margaret Lynette Sharp

Much Ado at Longbourn is the fifth in a series of Jane Austen fan fiction short works by author Margaret Lynette Sharp. Based on characters in Pride and Prejudice, the story focuses on the next to youngest Bennet sister, Kitty (Catherine), and a budding romance...

Midway

The Landon Saga, Book 10
By Tell Cotten

No fluff! Pure cowboy! Midway is the tenth book in Tell Cotten’s The Landon Saga. The Landon brothers, Cooper and Yancy, are just your average Texas Rangers. Well, maybe not average! Returning to Midway, after a rescue mission in New Mexico, Yancy is eager to...

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Midnight Sleeper

Yellow Dog Train
By Raeder Lomax

The story is set against the backdrop of the 1920s, with social upheavals becoming the order of the day and the KKK gathering a wide following, characterized by lynching and mob justice. It’s a time like no other, with Wall Street manipulating to determine who...

My Darling Dorothy

By Jo Ann Virden

My Darling Dorothy by Jo Ann Virden is a historical event/era novel that takes place during World War II. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy historical fiction with romance, and who...

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Must I Remember

By Timothy Watson AKA Timothy Spearman

The fact that this book is based on a true story is a powerful component in my favorable opinion of it. Must I Remember by Timothy Spearman is an emotional story and that emotion is driven home by the fact that it is about real...

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My Lonely Room

By John A Vikara

My Lonely Room by John A Vikara was really an unexpected treat. When I read it had to do with gangs, I was prepared to not care for it. The first thing I think of is violence and death. It turned out to be a...

Madame Presidentess

By Nicole Evelina

Nearly fifty years before women were granted the right to vote, Victoria Woodhull ran for President of the United States. The ballot in 1872 included the Equal Rights Party; Victoria was the presidential candidate and Frederick Douglass, a former slave, was the vice-presidential candidate. This...

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