Forbidden Woman

By Blair Bronwyn

Have you ever started a book, debated continuing, but something the protagonist has said or felt compels you to read on? That’s what happened to me when I began reading Forbidden Woman by Blair Bronwyn. There was something about Lucille, pregnant and abandoned, that spoke...

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White Ghosts

A Saga of the Petries, a Unique Australian Pioneering Family
By Richard J Carroll

It must have been difficult living in the penal colonies of what we now know as Australia, halfway around the world from home with little or no chance of returning. To those sent either as military personnel or convicts, it must have felt like what...

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I Am

A Novel Approach to the Gospel of Jesus Christ
By Jonathan E Ruopp Sr

I Am: A Novel Approach to the Gospel of Jesus Christ by Jonathan E Ruopp Sr. is a creative and heartwarming rendition of the story of Jesus and his mission in the form of a novel. In a chronological manner, the author writes the story...

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A Runaway Star

A Biographical Novel, The Lord Byron Series Book 4
By Gretta Curran Browne

A Runaway Star is a work of fiction in the historical, interpersonal drama and Regency fiction sub-genres, and was penned by author Gretta Curran Browne. In this fourth installment of The Lord Byron Series we see our central figure’s fame on the rise owing to...

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Hunting Teddy Roosevelt

By James A. Ross

Hunting Teddy Roosevelt by James Ross is a historical fiction novel centered on the famous Teddy Roosevelt, former president of the United States. After finishing his second term as president, Roosevelt decides to retire from public life and explore Africa with his son, Kermit, and...

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My Neighbour Osama Bin Laden

By Yslar Tatuky

My Neighbour Osama Bin Laden by Yslar Tatuky is simply not to be missed. Do not be put off by the author’s notion that he has invented a new, hybrid literary form. Yes, true, more than a novel, it reads like a love letter to...

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Between the Cypress and the Stars

Van Gogh's life through Perspectives
By Josephine Smith

Josephine Smith's historical fiction novel Between the Cypress and the Stars: Van Gogh's life through Perspectives is a re-imagining of the life of the artistic genius Vincent Van Gogh. The novel focuses on the last years of Van Gogh's life from 1888 -1890 when he...

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A Greek Cat

Life Journey Novel
By Moshe Karasso

A Greek Cat by Moshe Karasso follows the story of a Jewish man growing up in the idyllic Greek islands to adulthood and old age. Although generations before him had acquired much wealth, the generations that followed became complacent and lazy, leaving the family poverty-stricken...

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Estelle

A Novel
By Linda Stewart Henley

Linda Stewart Henley's historical fiction story Estelle is based on the real-life visit to New Orleans in 1872-1873 by Edgar Degas, the French Impressionist painter. The novel has two interwoven storylines. One storyline is about Degas's time in New Orleans with his relatives, the Degas-Musson...

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Antonius

Second in Command (The Antonius Trilogy)
By Brook Allen

Antonius: Second in Command is a work of fiction in the historical and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Brook Allen. Written for adult audiences, the novel does contain some use of explicit language, scenes of a sexual nature, and some graphic violence...

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