The Captive Queen

A Novel of Mary Stuart
By Danny Saunders

The Captive Queen, A Novel of Mary Stuart by Danny Saunders takes a different perspective on Mary, Queen of Scots. The research is good enough that readers will be invested in the plot from the first couple of chapters. Although from a historical perspective Mary...

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The Final Dawn

A debut novella of revenge, betrayal and treacherous love
By Alice Catherine Carter

The Final Dawn by Alice Catherine Carter is a short but very powerful and interesting story about the historic time period of the early 1930s when Stalin ruled Russia. The Final Dawn is about the life story of Valeyria and Alexei Yolkin. Three young children...

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The Love Letter of John Henry Holliday

By Mary Fancher

Most people know the famous tale of the Earp Brothers and the gunfight in Tombstone. Most have also heard of their friend Doc Holliday, the rough and tough gambler and ladies’ man, known to be deadly with his pistols. But what if there was more...

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The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte

By Ruth Hull Chatlien

The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte by Ruth Hull Chatlien tells the true story of Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte, better known as Betsy. She was the daughter of a Baltimore merchant, William Patterson, and was the first wife of Jérôme Bonaparte and sister-in-law of Emperor Napoleon I of...

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The Lost Loves of World War II Collection

Three Novels of Mysteries Unsolved Since World War II
By Bruce Judisch,Sharon Bernash Smith

The Lost Loves of World War II is a collection of stories about those who experienced the atrocities of the Third Reich. Katia and For Maria by Bruce Judisch and The Train Baby’s Mother by Sharon Bernash Smith are stories depicting death, torturous imprisonment, unbearable...

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The Whip

By Karen Kondazian

The Whip by Karen Kondazian is a Western inspired by the true story of Charlotte “Charley” Parkhurst, an extraordinary woman who lived most of her life in the west as a man. In The Whip, Charley sets out West seeking revenge after falling in love...

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The Starlight Club ll

By Joe Corso

Bobby Valentine is sitting in a comfortable recliner, watching Fox News and feeling sleepy. His granddaughter Lynn comes in with espresso and doughnuts, and a lot of questions about a story from the previous day. Thus the novel The Starlight Club II, by Joe Corso,...

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The Year of the Horsetails

By R. F. Tapsell

"The Year of the Horsetails" was first published in 1967. It is a brilliant historical novel that is most probably set in the vast Eurasian steppe, during the early Dark Ages, or late Middle Ages. The novel unfolds as Bardiya, a Saka tribesman, escapes from...

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The Other Alexander

Book I of The Bow of Heaven
By Andrew Levkoff

"The Other Alexander: Book One of The Bow of Heaven" was written by Andrew Levkoff. This is a historical novel with a touch of romance, mystery, suspense and intrigue. The setting is 20BCE, Siphnos, Greece. Alexander was taken captive and given to Crassus. Alexander faces...

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