Saving the Oldest Town in Texas

By Linda Thorsen Bond

What do you see in an old house that looks like it’s about to collapse? Do you see its history? Do you catch a glimpse of the grandeur that it once held? Do you wonder about the people who called the house their home? That...

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Seed of Hope

Epic Heroic Fantasy Series (Covenant of Grace Series Book 2)
By Fiona Tarr

Fiona Tarr dons the garment of the biblical story of King David and runs with it. Seed of Hope incorporates different characters needed to tell the story as written rather than sticking to the tried-and-true format of the Bible; fair warning. The story revolves around...

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Sons of the Soil

A Novel
By Lucas Dines

Sons of the Soil by Lucas Dines is a sweeping historical fiction novel taking place on the cusp of two of the world's most defining moments, the onset of WWI and the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire. Macedonia in the earliest years of the twentieth...

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Stories of the Mother Bear

By Myrtle Brooks

Stories of the Mother Bear is a work of recent historical fiction penned by author Myrtle Brooks. Set from the 1950s onwards in the life of student (and later full time) journalist Bill Larkin, the story depicts the mysterious encounters with a silver-haired grizzly bear...

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South of Little Rock

By George Rollie Adams

South of Little Rock by George Rollie Adams is a novel set in a small town called Unionville in Arkansas during the forced desegregation of Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Changes are coming and not everyone is happy about them. Hatred is being...

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Soyala

Daughter of the Desert
By Cindy Burkart Maynard

There is something startlingly but identifiably satisfying about Cindy Burkart Maynard’s historical fiction novel, Soyala: Daughter of the Desert. Because of the inherent mystery and widespread interest surrounding Native American stories and legends, much of which has become embedded in the greater inclusiveness of a...

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Song Hereafter

1153: Hispania and the Isles of Albion
By Jean Gill

Song Hereafter: 1153: Hispania and the Isles of Albion is a work of historical fiction penned by author Jean Gill and the fourth book in the Troubadours Quartet series. In this stunning finale to a complex tale of European politics, war, love, peace, knights and...

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Song of Songs

A Novel of the Queen of Sheba
By Marc Graham

As daughter of the mukarrib of Maryaba, Makeda's life could only ever be atypical. Her mother's status as a slave diluted the prestige Makeda's birthright possessed, but even that is irrevocably changed when raiders sweep through the fields of Maryaba, their presence and the destruction...

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Surviving Doodahville

By Ashley Fontainne, Lillian Hansen

Imagine having to change schools in your senior year of high school and move from a large city to the middle of nowhere. That’s exactly what Kee Lawson has to do in Surviving Doodahville by Ashley Fontainne and Lillian Hansen. Even Kee’s mother is not...

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Shakespeare's Witch

Pages of Darkness - Book One
By Samantha Grosser

The three witches cast an eerie aura on the story of Macbeth, the story as told in Shakespeare’s play. Written and first performed in 1606, the tragedy dramatizes the physical and psychological effects caused by greed and ambition (particularly political ambition). As with all Shakespeare’s...

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