Saving the Music

By Vincent B. "Chip" LoCoco

Just when you think you’ve read everything there is about the Holocaust, you find Saving the Music, a beautifully-written work of historical fiction by Vincent B. “Chip” LoCoco. The year is 1942 and Hitler’s army is decimating countries standing in its wake and systematically annihilating...

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Survival of the Blood

By Beth Bristow

Survival of the Blood is a work of fiction written in the literary style by author Beth Bristow. Following themes of history, survival, personal sacrifice, and family duty, this highly engaging and immersive tale is set in Britain during the wars between Scotland and England....

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Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Twain Papers

By Roger Riccard

Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Twain Papers by Roger Riccard brings together two greats of the literary and detective world. We meet Samuel Clemens, his family, Sherlock Holmes, and Dr. Watson as they begin the investigation of the missing papers. While staying in...

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Samson: The Wrath of God

"I am not who you think I am."
By W.K. Leslie

Samson: The Wrath of God is an intense work of historical fiction with Christian themes and plenty of suspense, penned by author W. K. Leslie. Subtitled “I’m not who you think I am”, the work contains graphic scenes of violence amid its intriguing and somewhat...

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Stitching a Life

An Immigration Story
By Mary Helen Fein

Many parts of Europe in the early 1900s were strongly anti-Semitic. Lithuania, in particular, was brutal towards its Jewish population. Helen (Hinde while she was living in Lithuania) was the oldest girl of a large Jewish family. To escape persecution, the family decided to immigrate...

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Scarab in the Storm

The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles, Book III
By Lauren Lee Merewether

Scarab in the Storm is the third book in The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles by Lauren Lee Merewether. This is a historical fiction tale that takes a look at the history of Egypt and the life of one of the most celebrated rulers of this nation....

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Seeing the Elephant

One Man's Return to the Horrors of the Civil War
By T.W. Harvey

Seeing the Elephant: One Man’s Return to the Horrors of the Civil War is a work of historical fiction focused on American history and was penned by author T. W. Harvey. Based on very real attitudes, events and emotions from authentic letters penned during the...

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Secrets in the Sand

The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles, Book II
By Lauren Lee Merewether

Secrets in the Sand is a work of historical fiction set in ancient Egypt and was penned by author Lauren Lee Merewether. Forming the second novel in the Lost Pharaoh Chronicles, this sweeping political and personal drama follows the ensuing chaos as the eve of...

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Soul of the Elephant

The Kind Mahout Series - Book 1
By Pam Laughlin

Rather like the man-eating tiger (perhaps a man-tiger) who insidiously patrols the opening chapters of Pam Laughlin’s novel, Soul of the Elephant, this book excels at sneaking up on its reader, solely intent on devouring him whole. Which, piece by piece, chapter by chapter, increasingly...

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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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