Naked Truth

Or Equality, The Forbidden Fruit
By Carrie Hayes

Naked Truth: Or Equality, The Forbidden Fruit is a work of fiction in the historical and interpersonal drama sub-genres and was penned by author Carrie Hayes. Written for mature audiences, the work contains some usage of explicit language, sexual situations, and moderate violence. Set in...

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Sacrifice and Salvation

Mission GDR
By Gary R Hall

Gary R Hall's historical novel Sacrifice and Salvation: Mission GDR is set during the Cold War years. Gertrude "Trudi" Kehle and Peter Ackerman are ethnic Germans from Tachau, Czech Sudetenland. In WWII, the region was occupied by Nazi Germany and subsequently by the Russians. Ethnic...

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Our Time Will Come

War, Separation and a Daring Attempt to Reunite
By Jean Gallant Marcoux

Our Time Will Come: War, Separation and a Daring Attempt to Reunite is a historical fiction novel written by Jean Gallant Marcoux. Helene Simard was a young orphan who had been strictly brought up by the French Canadian sisters at the convent she attended. It...

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Chains of Time

Book 1
By R.B. Woodstone

Chains of Time by R.B. Woodstone is a young adult paranormal fiction and the first book in the author's series. Chains of Time is narrated in dual timelines, the first being a historical foundation that begins with Amara, a clairvoyant bride of Africa whose wedding...

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Bloodletting and Germs

A Doctor in Nineteenth Century Rural New York
By Thomas Rosenthal

Bloodletting and Germs: A Doctor in Nineteenth-Century Rural New York by Thomas Rosenthal is a historical novel that explores strong medical themes and the work of Dr. Jabez Allen, a setting that is at the turning point in medical history. Dr. Allen is not particularly...

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When Life Was like a Cucumber

By Greg Wyss

When Life Was like a Cucumber by Greg Wyss is a story set in the nostalgic 1970s as the author takes the reader on a trip back in time when things were simpler yet far more chaotic! Jeff Hesse was 24 years old when his...

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Torn Asunder

By Renny deGroot

Torn Asunder takes us back to the “Troubles”; the Irish Easter Uprising of 1916. Whilst the English were busy fighting the First World War, the republican factions in Ireland saw the opportunity to rise up and declare the Irish Republic, united and separate from the...

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The Coat

By April Grunspan

The Coat by April Grunspan is the story of a young man named Seth Feinberg, a second-generation Jew who is finally getting to understand what happened in the lives of his grandparents during the Holocaust. On his 18th birthday, Seth was gifted the leather coat...

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Secrets in The Smoke

By Linda Stefko

Secrets in The Smoke is a work of fiction in the historical and interpersonal drama sub-genres and was penned by author Linda Stefko. Written for adult audiences due to some instances of explicit language use and the occasional sexual situation, this intense drama follows the...

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The Marquess Meets His Match

By Julie Coulter Bellon

The Napoleonic Wars may be over but back in England, suspicion of France is still rife and Crown agents are working hard to keep their advantage over their French counterparts. At the highest echelons of English society, dukes, earls, and lords are all part of...

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