Finding Vincent

By Les Furnanz

Art in the late nineteenth century underwent many transitions as artists, most notably in France, strove to make their own mark on the world, to create a new style of expression that was completely their own. As the artistic geniuses of the time painted, argued...

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Realm

By Alexandrea Weis

In Realm by Alexandrea Weis, Roxana's world is turned upside-down overnight when the king chooses her to be his wife, plucking her from her father's doting arms into a world where she would never be fully accepted as fit to be the king's wife. Eventually,...

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The Prince's Parish

By Joshua Robertson

An eye for an eye? Edgar and two other young men have only just joined the prince’s parish at Arterbury Castle as novice curates. Within a day tragedy strikes; not once but twice. Two people are dead, but the prince, summoned to pass judgement, deems...

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I, Claudia

A Novel of the Ancient World
By Lin Wilder

I, Claudia: A Novel of the Ancient World by Lin Wilder is one of the fascinating books I have read — wonderful historical references, Christian and mythological underpinnings, with strong considerations of some of the troubling spiritual questions of all time. Born in Delphi and...

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VieVie La Fontaine

By Linda Heavner Gerald

VieVie La Fontaine by Linda Heavner Gerald is an amazingly wonderful story set against the backdrop of Hitler's rise in Germany and the fear, terror, and tyranny that existed in the country at that time. The progression of a maniac and the hell he created...

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Adobe Moon

Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey Book 1
By Mark Warren

Adobe Moon, Wyatt Earp: An American Odyssey, Book 1 by Mark Warren maybe answers the question, when did Wyatt Earp become Wyatt Earp? Adobe Moon begins in 1862 with a young teen aged Wyatt who is anxious to grow up and get off the Earp...

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Companion of the Ash

By Kate Spitzmiller

Companion of the Ash by Kate Spitzmiller tells the story of the horrific battle between the Greeks and the Trojans. Hector, the husband of Princess Andromache, has been brutally slain as she watched, and she vowed her hatred of the man who had murdered her...

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Vivaldi's Girls

By Dick Rosano

Vivaldi’s Girls is a short work of historical fiction written by author Dick Rosano. Based on the real historical figure of composer Antonio Vivaldi, this sweepingly romantic tale takes place during his time as a music teacher in the Conservatorio of Venice. Here, the teacher...

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Hotel Belmar

The Ghost Has The Key
By S.K. Carnes

Hotel Belmar: The Ghost Has The Key by S.K. Carnes is an intense and simply fabulous novel of grit and courage. While I was not expecting to like this novel as much as I did, I was amazed when I found out that I not...

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Born to the Badge

Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey
By Mark Warren

Born to the Badge - Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey, Book 2 by Mark Warren is a tribute to its author as a well researched telling of the years when Wyatt Earp began a career as a lawman in the Old West towns of Wichita...

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