Martyrs and Traitors

A Tale of 1916
By Marina Julia Neary

Martyrs & Traitors: A Tale of 1916 by Marina Julia Neary is a historical novel based around the turbulence of Ireland's civil uprising in 1916 that eventually led to Ireland's freedom from British rule. The story begins in Dublin on Good Friday in 1916 and...

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Myk

Prince of the Vends
By D.E. Zlotnik

Whoa! What an epic read. In author D.E. Zlotnik's new novel, Myk: Prince of the Vends, readers will find themselves absolutely immersed in the world of second century Europe (in roughly the area that we would now find Poland.) We are introduced to Myk, the...

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Metal

A Treasure Hunt
By Java Davis

Metal: A Treasure Hunt is a contemporary fiction novel written by Java Davis. The underlying story, however, has historical roots that date back to the 1700s. Shaker Falls Park was located on land that had been in dispute since colonial times, and the land figured...

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Movin' On

By Peter D Fleming

“It is well that war is so terrible, else we should grow too fond of it.” – General Robert E. Lee CSA. Movin’ On is a historical fiction by Peter D. Fleming. Lieutenant Robert Simms, separated from his Missouri Confederate troop while fighting, finds refuge...

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Mary Anne

By W.J. Harrison

Mary Anne Wilson's early life in a parsonage was nothing compared to the exciting life as an actress in the London theaters. Of course, after her father passed away and her mother remarried a groping monster, the girl had no choice but to accept an...

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My Heart Still Surrenders

By Robbi Perna

Carolina, the Contessina DeSimone, has a very demanding and overbearing father. Of noble birth, Carolina is expected to marry well. Carolina, however, wishes to follow her heart. She does so first to a childhood friend, Carlos, and then, disowned by her abusive father, to the...

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Mosquito County

By Lucinda Waldron

Mosquito County is romantic historical fiction written by Lucinda Waldron. Emma Kingston grew up in the late 1800s as a member of Boston’s elite society, but she’s not all that taken with the way women are supposed to behave. She prefers riding her horse in...

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Moish and the Mob and Other Short Fiction

By Raanan Geberer

Moish and the Mob and Other Short Fiction is a short story collection written by Raanan Geberer. Moish and Artie live with their widowed mother, Mrs. Birnbaum, and in 1929 they moved from the East Side up to 175th Street. This was a good move...

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Men of the Cross

Battle Scars
By Charlene Newcomb

In Men of the Cross, author Charlene Newcomb opens the Battle Scars series with a resounding, epic novel of love and war. This historical romance novel, set primarily during the Third Crusade led by King Richard the Lionhearted of England in the 12th century, is...

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Moccasin Trace

By Hawk MacKinney

If you're looking for a good historical fiction read, pick up a copy of Moccasin Trace by Hawk MacKinney. In this novel set in Georgia in the 1860s, we get an in-depth look at two plantations. Wisteria Bend is a traditional slave plantation with proud...

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