Historical Fiction



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    Author: Timothy Ashby

    Publisher: CreateSpace

    ISBN-10:1456545248    ISBN-13: 978-1456545246

     



    Author: Michael Sortomme
    ISBN: 9780983051756
    Publisher: Singing Lake Press

    Author: Carole Eglash-Kosoff

    ISBN: 978-1-4567-3890-7

    Publisher: Authorhouse




    Author: Jack Salem
    Publisher: CreateSpace
    ISBN-10: 1456322710
    ISBN-13: 978-1456322717

    Author: T.A. Roberts.

    Publisher: The Permanent Press

    ISBN: 9781579621971




    Author: Thasia Frank

    Publisher: Counterpoint

    ISBN: 978-1-58243-719-4


    Author: Deborah J. Swiss

    ISBN-10: 0425236722 : ISBN-13: 978-0425236727

    Publisher: Berkley Books





    Author:  Priya Parmar
    ISBN:  978-1-4391-7117-2

    What Ms. Parmar has cleverly done is offer readers a character that is so intoxicating everyone will want to follow her every step of the way.

     

    Author: Stephanie Dray

    ISBN: 973 0 425 23855 4


    Lily of the Nile
    is a page turner imbued with the magic realism of the Isaic faith.

    Author: Annabel Lyon

    ISBN: 978-0307593993

    Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group



    Author: Patricia Reilly Giff

    ISBN:  978-0-375-83888-0


    This is one of those very rare books that come along that are a joy for both young adults and adults.  The story is fast-paced, interesting, and also a great historical lesson about an unforgettable time in American history

    Author: Annabel Lyon

    Published by Alfred A. Knopf

    ISBN: 978-0-307-59399-3



    Author:Phyllis Harrison

    ISBN:978-1-4401-5217-7


    Publisher:IUniverse

    In Plowshares of the Palatinate
    , author Phyllis Harrison pulls us into the heart of the 17th century, with its political unrest, alliances forged with wedding rings, religious intolerance, and the greed and evil that masqueraded as championing the “true faith” in that era




    Author: Sandra Dallas
    ISBN:  978-0-312-60015-0


    This wonderful work of historical fiction not only offers the requisite details of a harrowing event, but the author also fills the pages with heart, and individual quests for peace, friendship, and life


    Author: Joel J. Miller
    ISBN:  978-1-5955-5074-3

    This is a good, solid story, as well as a very well-written expose on a truly remarkable life

    Author: C. L. Fagan
    ISBN: 978-1-60860-416-6
    Publisher: Eloquent Books

    The book positions itself at an interesting time in history when the idea of a free America is still frowned upon, and even the future fathers of American liberty aggressively support allegiance to the British


    Author: Tom Gauthier
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-4843-2

    On the whole, this book deserves the attention of all the people who like historical novels


    Author: Margaret Irwin
    Publisher: Sourcebooks
    ISBN: 978-1-4022-2996-1

    Young Bess is the beginning of a trilogy by Margaret Irwin being republished over the next year. It relates the early life of Elizabeth Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, from her early childhood years up until her brother Edward VI’s death


    Author: Susan Higginbotham

    Publisher: Sourcebooks

    ISBN: 978-1-4022-3766-9


    This is another wonderful novel by Susan Higginbotham and it covers a very interesting and active period in British history – the Cousins War (or as we call it, the Wars of the Roses)





    Author: Simon Mawer
    ISBN: 978-1-59051-396-5

    Simon  Mawer, the author, instills his characters with such realism that you believe these people really existed. And maybe they did!


    Author: Marlen Suyapa Bodden
    ISBN: 978-1-4302-5583-4

    The Wedding Gift is a powerful tale of bondage, slavery, cruelty and ultimately freedom

    Author: Glenn Boyer
    Publisher: Legendary Publishing
    ISBN: 978-1-887747-40-0

    This partially autobiographical novel provides a realism to historical dates and famous Americans. Abraham Lincoln, Sitting Bull and Franklin D. Roosevelt are just a few of the historical characters that are blended into this masterful tomb of history. Glenn Boyer is a master storyteller at weaving the fabric of America's history and mesmerizing the reader.




    Author:  Faith L. Justice
    ISBN: 978-1-60145-813-1

    Run to the bookstore and buy this for yourself.  This is a 'must-have' after-Christmas present for you readers out there



    Author: Thad Carhart
    ISBN: 978-0-385-52977-8
    Publisher: Doubleday

    The plot is well-developed while maintaining integrity to history. When fictionalized there is continuity and connection with the separate plots



    Author:  Susan Violante
    ISBN:  978-1-4415-1319-9


    Author's Name:  Thad Carhart
    ISBN:  9780385529778
    Publisher:  Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

    This book is recommended for lovers of historical fiction. I enjoyed getting to know Jean-Baptiste, and I think others will also


    Author: Ruth Rymer
    ISBN: 978-1934938416
    Publisher: Langdon Street Press

    The historical detail never trumps the story, but instead intertwines perfectly to support this engaging tale



    Author: Florence B. Weinberg
    Publisher: Twilight Times Books
    ISBN: 978-1-60619-114-9



    Author: Florence B. Weinberg
    Publisher:Twilight Times Books
    ISBN: 978-1-933353-46-3

    An extremely good writer!  Bravo Florence Weinberg!  I hope they carve out a section of my local library just for your books




    Author: Steven R. Lundin
    Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
    ISBN-10:1439228000:  13:1439228005

    Steven Lundin's new book Shooting An Albatross has a little of everything. There is mystery, golf, romance, history and murder. I had slight trepidations with the golf theme of the book, as I do not play, but I am a sucker for historical novels



    Author: Dr. Willian B. Stanford
    Publisher: iUniverse
    ISBN: 978-0-595-43311-7



    Author: BJ Hoff
    Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
    ISBN: 978-0-7369-2646-1

     
    What is the American dream?  To many of us it represents wealth and comfort, but in the 1870’s, it often meant simply having food for the children and a good roof over the whole family’s head.  This book, American Anthem, is actually three books in one.  The books tell about the lives of three immigrant families, how they lived, and how they finally meet up together and help each other achieve the American dream.


    Author: Larry Buttram
    ISBN: 978-0-0755050-1-0
    Publisher: New Virginia Publications

    Here’s a little known fact: Robert Carter III of Nomini Hall Plantation on the Northern Neck of Virginia, freed more slaves than any individual in American History.


    Author: John Brackeen
    Publisher: PublishAmerica
    ISBN: 1-60703-896-X

    A Night Drive is not just a story or a novel. It’s a testimony about the Vietnam war, which we (the readers) make out what life was like through the author narration. John Brackeen knows what he is talking about, he served two tours of duty in Vietnam. This book is based on a operation in the Que Son Valley in 1967.




    Author: Tom Gauthier
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-2713-0
    Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.


    Code Name: Orion’s Eye is a wonderful combination of historical fact and fiction woven together by a remarkable new talent in the world of unsung authors. Tom Gauthier has done an outstanding job with this edge-of-your-seat thriller. The ending will totally blow you away. This is one book I would say is a must-read for any historical World War II buffs or anyone who just loves to read.





    Author: Mary Paulson
    Publisher: Eloquent Book New York, New York
    ISBN: 987-1-60693-200-1





    Author: Gloria Waldron Hukle

    ISBN: 1-4259-4260-1

    Publisher:AuthorHouse, Bloomington, IN

    This novel dusted away the cobwebs settled on this reader’s long-ago seventh grade social studies lessons, refreshing my memories of Dutch colonization in North America, adding much new information and painting faces and hearts on that history.




    Author: Persis Granger

    ISBN: 978-0-9742085-0-3

    Publisher: Beaver Meadow Publishing

    Persis Granger is a master of historical fiction and Adirondack Gold is a prime example.  Her realistic characters make her books come alive with realism and energy.   Her writing talent puts you right in the center of each heart-warming and heart-throbbing situation.



    Author: Mike Kearby

    ISBN: 978-0-9788422-9-1

    Publisher: Trail’s End Books

    The Last Renegade is historical adventure fiction at its very best.  Mike Kearby brings realism and chills to his readers in this wonderfully exciting tale of the Old West.  His characters are straight off the rugged plains of a time all but forgotten.




    Author: Elizabeth Carroll Foster

    Publisher: iUniverse

    ISBN: 978-0-595-48384-6

    Elizabeth Carroll Foster’s Southern Winds A’ Changing is historical fiction at its best.  Her realistic characters come to life in a life and death struggle with the harsh farmlands of Arkansas and the racial changes that are trying desperately to take hold in a community that fights change of any kind. 

    This is one new author who stands up to be recognized.


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