I Am Juden

Undercover in the SS
By Stephen Uzzell

I Am Juden: Undercover in the SS is a work of exciting historical fiction set during the events of the Second World War, penned by author Stephen Uzzell. In a story inspired by the real-life events of undercover war hero Haim Michael Klar, we meet...

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A Dream Life

From the U.S. Army During the Berlin Crisis to the Spectacle of Hollywood and the Height of Broadway
By Patrick J. Suraci

A Dream Life: From the U.S. Army During the Berlin Crisis to the Spectacle of Hollywood and the Height of Broadway is an LGBTQ novel written by Patrick J. Suraci. When Philip Greco was called up for military service, the priest at Saint Malachy’s Actors’...

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Thread for Pearls

A Story of Resilient Hope
By Lauren Speeth

Thread for Pearls: A Story of Resilient Hope by Lauren Speeth is an inspirational coming-of-age story that melds a political and historical setting, the dynamics of a family, and disturbing events to forge a character that will astonish readers. Before she turns thirteen, Fiona Sprechelbach...

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The Cautious Siege

A Novel of the American Revolution
By S. D. Banks

The Cautious Siege: A Novel of the American Revolution by S.D. Banks is a historical novel set against the backdrop of the Siege of Boston in 1775. It tells the story of a burgeoning romance, born of friendship, between rebel soldier Daniel Garrett and Anna...

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Quill of the Dove

MiroLand
By Ian Shaw

Ian Thomas Shaw’s first foray into the world of fiction is aptly titled Quill of the Dove. French journalist Marc Taragon has spent thirty years of his working life reporting from the world’s trouble spots, particularly in the Middle East, always presenting a balanced view...

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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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How Dare the Birds Sing

A Novel of Love and Fate
By Marina Osipova

How Dare The Birds Sing: A Novel of Love and Fate by Marina Osipova is the story of a young Russian girl named Lyuba who finds herself in love with Gunter, a young German pilot. Gunter proposes to Lyuba but is taken away to Germany...

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Inventing Madness

By J.G. Schwartz

“In April 1931, the world’s most famous inventor, Thomas Alva Edison, asked me if I would be interested in writing his biography. I accepted the offer. I was allowed a total of only seven interviews over a seven-week period. Each interview session lasted no more...

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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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Mendelevski's Box

By Roger Swindells

Simon is the sole survivor of his family in Roger Swindells’ novel, Mendelevski’s Box. His father was a watchmaker, his talents sought after by wealthy patrons across the Netherlands. The family went into hiding shortly after the Germans invaded, but someone betrayed them and the...

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