The Puppet Maker's Daughter

A startling and emotional WWII novel
By Karla M. Jay

The strength of the human spirit weaves a magical spell in The Puppet Maker’s Daughter, a mesmerizing work of historical fiction by Karla M. Jay. It’s March of 1944 and like most Hungarian Jews, nineteen-year-old Marika Tausig and her family don’t seem overly concerned that...

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The GameKeepers

Whitewash, Blackmail, and Baseball's Darkest Secrets (The Cooperstown Trilogy)
By J. B. Manheim

The Gamekeepers by J B Manheim is a cracker of a story. The Gamekeepers are the self-appointed protectors of baseball, a self-perpetuating group of three who developed an ingenious plan back in the 1930s to protect the game from behind the scenes. Fast forward to...

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The Shadow Of The Mole

By Bob Van Laerhoven

The Shadow Of The Mole by Bob Van Laerhoven is an intense and powerful blend of mystery and history. At the onset of World War I, French sappers discover an unconscious man that they nicknamed The Mole. This man claims to have lost his memory,...

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The Jacarandas

A Novel of Argentina's Dirty War
By Mark Whittle

There are two sides to every story, and Mark Whittle tells both in his historical fiction book The Jacarandas: A Novel of Argentina's Dirty War. From 1976, the titular South American country underwent a radical and violent transformation following a coup d'état and the immediate...

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The Jackson MacKenzie Chronicles

Forged in Fire and Blood
By Angel Giacomo

Opening with the now-retired military protagonist, Jackson Joseph MacKenzie, suffering from a potentially deadly snakebite, Forged in Fire and Blood is a flashback to his extraordinary career, from the teenage soldier in combat in Korea to his appointment to the U. S. Military Academy at...

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The Prisoner's Cross

By Peter B. Unger

In The Prisoner's Cross by Peter B. Unger, Don Campbell returned from his summer job at the Ford plant in May 1993. Don’s father Jim, a Ford mechanic, and his mother Alberta came from a working-class background. Don and his sister Sue had been witness...

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The Free World War III

The Sealed Globe
By Matthew William Frend

The utopian future world of 2268CE is under threat. The peace and prosperity the population enjoy is attributed to the prolonged World War which continued well after the defeat of the Axis powers in 1945. The historic data supporting this paradigm is held by a...

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The Living Legend

By Dan E. Hendrickson

In August 1975, Ambassador Rodney Williams was shot dead at an outdoor cafe in Tokyo. This tragedy occurred in front of his son Tommy while they celebrated his graduation from Annapolis. The world-class assassin was a Russian called the Chameleon. Tommy couldn’t match his expertise...

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The Hunt for the Peggy C

A World War II Maritime Novel
By John Winn Miller

In John Winn Miller’s novel The Hunt for the Peggy C, Captain Jake Rogers commands a dilapidated cargo ship, the Peggy C, and solicits cargo and contraband to smuggle on his ship. During a violent storm, Jake and his crew rescue a group of sailors...

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The Free World War II

A Probability of Evil
By Matthew William Frend

Arjon and his partner live an idyllic existence in a utopian future, now set in the year 2268, where peace and prosperity prevail. This has been made possible by historical events which culminated in the defeat of tyranny in a prolonged world war. Looking for...

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