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Best Free Historical Books of 2024

  • Mask of Duplicity reviews

    Mask of Duplicity Book Reviews

    Julia Brannan

    Following the death of their father, Beth’s brother Richard returns from the army to claim his share of the family estate. However, Beth’s hopes of a quiet life are dashed when Ric...

  • The Witch Sisters reviews

    The Witch Sisters Book Reviews

    Alma Katsu

    In the magical fens wood, Adair meets a pair of sister witches who turn out to be moremuch morethan he bargained for in this short story, a prequel to the third and final book in t...

  • The Blink of an Eye reviews

    The Blink of an Eye Book Reviews

    Jack Carnegie

    It’s 1945 and the story of one family’s war is about to begin. From the calm fields of Sweet Water, Alabama and the hell of Okinawa to the dawn of a nuclear age and its awful poten...

  • 1914 reviews

    1914 Book Reviews

    James Farner

    It’s 1914 and the great powers of Europe are on the brink of war. In Holbeck, Leeds, the Keeton family struggles to get by on their meagre wages. The six Keeton brothers couldn’t b...

  • The Shooting Season reviews

    The Shooting Season Book Reviews

    Isobel Starling

    Monday, December 20, 1897. Mr. Benedict Hannan, owner of Hannan’s Auction House in Fitzrovia, London, receives a mysterious letter inviting him to attend a private sale of antiquit...

  • Deadly Alchemy reviews

    Deadly Alchemy Book Reviews

    Julie Morgan

    Alchemy promises the power over life and death…but, how do you choose who lives and who dies? Amelia Rimos was never afraid of hard work. Her dedication pays off when she proves he...

  • The Killer On The Bell Tower reviews

    The Killer On The Bell Tower Book Reviews

    Issy Brooke

    Who killed Sir Phileas Hinge? This novella (half the length of a regular book) is the perfect introduction to the upperclass world of Victorian England. Here, genteel dinner partie...

  • The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood reviews

    The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Book Reviews

    Howard Pyle

    The plot follows Robin Hood as he becomes an outlaw after a conflict with foresters and through his many adventures and runins with the law. Each chapter tells a different tale of ...

  • Louise de la Valliere reviews

    Louise de la Valliere Book Reviews

    Alexandre Dumas

    Louise de la Valliere is a historical classic written by Alexandre Dumas Pere and first published in 1849. The Three Musketeers, Volume V, Louise de la Valliere is the middle secti...

  • Firefly reviews

    Firefly Book Reviews

    India Millar

    There are some who believe that the honor of a samurai is reserved for men. But they are wrong. Keiko was born the daughter of a samurai. But as a mere younger sister, her future w...

  • Angie and the Farmer reviews

    Angie and the Farmer Book Reviews

    Susan Leigh Carlton

    A western historical Oregon Trail Romance of 39,000 words, or around 150 pages. It is a clean story with one nonexplicit sexual scene between a married couple. The heat level is 2 ...

  • The Three Musketeers reviews

    The Three Musketeers Book Reviews

    Alexandre Dumas

    The Three Musketeers (Les Trois Mousquetaires) is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It recounts the adventures of a young man named d'Artagnan after he leaves home to become a...

  • The Executions reviews

    The Executions Book Reviews

    Sarah Elisabeth Sawyer

    From an awardwinning author and Choctaw storyteller comes a riveting tale set in turnofthecentury Indian Territory. Who would show up for their own execution? 1892, Indian Territor...

  • War and Peace reviews

    War and Peace Book Reviews

    Leo Tolstoy & Louise and Aylmer Maude (Translators)

    War and Peace (Prereform Russian: «Война и миръ», Voyna i mir) is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, first published in 1869. The work is epic in scale and is regarded as o...

  • Trouble By Any Name reviews

    Trouble By Any Name Book Reviews

    A.T. Butler

    Jacob Payne, bounty hunter, is on the trail in the Arizona Territory. The town of San Adrian has been taken over by an outlaw, a wifemurderer, and violent man who won't suc...

  • The Deerslayer reviews

    The Deerslayer Book Reviews

    James Fenimore Cooper

    On his first "warpath" in New York's Lake Otsego during the French and Indian Wars, the courageous Natty Bumppoone of American literature's noblest heroesis hon...

  • The Story of the Pony Express reviews

    The Story of the Pony Express Book Reviews

    Glenn Danford Bradley

    This is a story book. This little volume has but one purpose to give an authentic, useful, and readable account of the Pony Express. This wonderful enterprise played an important ...

  • Caribbee reviews

    Caribbee Book Reviews

    Thomas Hoover

    Barbados, 1648. The lush and deadly Caribbean paradise, domain of rebels and freeholders, of brigands, bawds and buccaneers. CARIBBEE is the untold story of the first American revo...

  • The Old Balmain House reviews

    The Old Balmain House Book Reviews

    Graham Wilson

    Sophie vanished where did she go? For 100 years nobody knows. A photo of 8 year old Sophie and an antique perfume bottle are found in the fireplace of an old house. The story of a...

  • By Any Means reviews

    By Any Means Book Reviews

    James Farner

    "Was this really his future?" In the Northern English town of Motbridge, men work until they die. John Williams is determined not to be one of those men. When Harry Heard...

  • Comic History of England reviews

    Comic History of England Book Reviews

    Bill Nye

    The text is amusing and clever. Harold did not merely die at the battle of Hastings, he "abandoned the fight in order to investigate the surprises of a future state. " Th...

  • The Moon is Down reviews

    The Moon is Down Book Reviews

    John Steinbeck

    "The Moon is Down" is a novella written by John Steinbeck and was published in 1942 during the height of World War II. Set in an unnamed European country occupied by an u...

  • The Magician reviews

    The Magician Book Reviews

    Kathleen Shoop

    Donora 2019 Ninetytwo year old Patryk Rusek is on the run, bathtowel flying off, with nothing but his new Nikes to carry him to freedom. His plan to escape from Blue Horizon Retire...

  • The Twelve Labours of Hercules reviews

    The Twelve Labours of Hercules Book Reviews

    Joe Corcoran

    With triumph after triumph in his past, Hercules has become proud and boastful, believing himself to be almost a god. Unless he can rediscover what it means to be a man, the king o...

  • Little Lost Girl reviews

    Little Lost Girl Book Reviews

    Graham Wilson

    A little girl vanished 100 years ago. Her name was Sophie. Where did she go? An old house in Balmain. A portrait and perfume bottle hidden in a chimney. Unknown and untouched, whil...

  • Flowers in the Snow reviews

    Flowers in the Snow Book Reviews

    Danielle Stewart

    In the 1960s, Edenville, North Carolina is full of rules. Sagging under the weight of racism and segregation the small community finds itself at a dangerous tipping point. Elevenye...

  • Foxden Acres reviews

    Foxden Acres Book Reviews

    Madalyn Morgan

    Gripping, epic and heartbreaking historical fiction, about one woman’s survival against all odds during the unbearable hardships of World War Two. 1939, England. Bess Dudley knows ...

  • The Douglas Bastard, A Historical Novel of Scotland reviews

    The Douglas Bastard, A Historical Novel of Scotland Book Reviews

    J. R. Tomlin

    Young Archibald, the Black Douglas's bastard son, eagerly returns home to fight for a Scotland ravaged by war. Archie is determined to learn the skills of a knight from the ma...

  • Marshal reviews

    Marshal Book Reviews

    Russ Durbin

    Summer was still in the air when Murdock walked down the main street of the town and thought about his own problemsa good feeling after years of thinking about the problems of othe...

  • To Never Return reviews

    To Never Return Book Reviews

    Thomas Mazzarella

    Grant Landry leads an aimless and unfulfilling life until he gets an invitation to a family reunion and hears a woman’s voice telling him to look through his family heirlooms. When...

  • Napoleon the Little reviews

    Napoleon the Little Book Reviews

    Victor Hugo

    On Thursday, December 20, 1848, the Constituent Assembly, being in session, surrounded at that moment by an imposing display of troops, heard the report of the Representative Walde...

  • Ravensdale reviews

    Ravensdale Book Reviews

    Lucinda Elliot

    The author is proud to announce that this novel has become her second to win a B.R.A.G medallion for outstanding selfpublished fiction. For those who love a satire on the cliches o...

  • Moon of Israel reviews

    Moon of Israel Book Reviews

    Henry Rider Haggard

    The novel narrates the events of the Biblical Exodus from Egypt told from the perspective of a scribe named Ana. In about the year 1230 BC the Israelites are in slavery in Egypt. A...

  • Twenty Years After reviews

    Twenty Years After Book Reviews

    Alexandre Dumas

    Twenty Years After is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. This sequel to The Three Musketeers and a book of the socalled D'Artagnan Romances was serialized from January to Augus...

  • The Hanging of Big Steve Long, a Western reviews

    The Hanging of Big Steve Long, a Western Book Reviews

    Burr Cook

    This novelette is a fast moving western. A New York family named Hansom moves west by wagon train on the Oregon Trail. The wagon master turns out to be a gunfighter who falls in lo...

  • Telegram For Mrs. Mooney reviews

    Telegram For Mrs. Mooney Book Reviews

    Cate M. Ruane

    THROUGH THE HAZE OF WAR COMES AN UNEXPECTED HERO. On the same day that France surrenders to the Nazis, Jack Mooneya New Yorker, barely out of high schoolhitches a ride to Montreal,...

  • All I Want reviews

    All I Want Book Reviews

    Shayne Parkinson

    A short story. In the wake of the Great War, a soldier and his bride turn a wasteland into a home. A tale of hope and sorrow; of loss and enduring love.

  • Copperhead Road reviews

    Copperhead Road Book Reviews

    Brandon Enns

    1920. Life was simple for Billy Bronson. Living in the country outside of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, he and his father Frank were secluded and happily reclusive. Fishing, hunting, an...

  • The Last Days of a Rake reviews

    The Last Days of a Rake Book Reviews

    Donna Lea Simpson

    In Love & Scandal, Collette Jardiniere is outraged when notorious roué Charles Jameson appears to take credit for The Last Days of a Rake, a novel she wrote under the pseud...

  • Guardians of Medieval Wales reviews

    Guardians of Medieval Wales Book Reviews

    Sarah Woodbury

    Time travel, mystery, magic, legend ... journey to a world of kings and castles with four couples in this collection of series starters set in medieval Wales! Daughter of Time: Som...

  • Winds of Betrayal reviews

    Winds of Betrayal Book Reviews

    Jerri Hines

    A rousing family saga for the fight for America's independence! The winds of change brews over the colonies. Tension against the crown is mounting daily. In Williamsburg, the ...

  • The Fall River Family Saga reviews

    The Fall River Family Saga Book Reviews

    Chloe Emile

    Book 1: The Fall River Family Saga Book 2: Meghan's Story Book 3: Molly's Story  Book 4: Annie's Story  1847. Fall Rivers, Massachusetts. When Ryan...

  • War and Peace reviews

    War and Peace Book Reviews

    Leo Tolstoy

    War and Peace (Prereform Russian: Voyna i mir) is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, first published in 1869. The work is epic in scale and is regarded as one of the most i...

  • The Deer Run Trail reviews

    The Deer Run Trail Book Reviews

    David R Lewis

    The year was 1881, an’ young Ruben Beeler was makin’ his way along near the Missouri River, findin’ work when he could an’ livin’ the only life he knew. When he come on ol’ Arliss ...

  • Poor White reviews

    Poor White Book Reviews

    Sherwood Anderson

    It is a Historical Fiction Book. The book tells that Hugh arose and stood in the moonlight in the cabbage field, his arms still going stiffly up and down. The great length of his f...

  • The History of Pendennis reviews

    The History of Pendennis Book Reviews

    William Makepeace Thackeray

    If this kind of composition, of which the two years' product is now laid before the public, fail in art, as it constantly does and must, it at least has the advantage of a cer...

  • The Price of Innocence reviews

    The Price of Innocence Book Reviews

    Vicki Hopkins

    The year is 1878, and the setting is Paris, France. It's a place of privilege and comfort for the rich, but one of heartache and struggle for the poor. Upon the death of her f...

  • The Trail of Roses reviews

    The Trail of Roses Book Reviews

    Donna C. Keenan

    On the Oregon Trail in 1852, teenager Rebecca Williams and her family are joined by a fellow emigrant John Kilcher, also known as Bible John. Unaware that this stranger in their mi...

  • The Auschwitz Protocol reviews

    The Auschwitz Protocol Book Reviews

    Jack Carnegie

    Retired US Detective Emil Janowitz lied to his wife for nearly forty years. Having lost his entire family whilst an inmate of AuschwitzBirkenau it was simply easier on his soul to ...

  • The Orphanage reviews

    The Orphanage Book Reviews

    Lizzie Page

    ‘ What an emotional read! … At parts I found myself shouting “no”. At others I just cried … Absolutely loved it .’ Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Shilling Grange Orphanage, England, 1948...

  • Salammbo reviews

    Salammbo Book Reviews

    Gustave Flaubert

    It is set in Carthage during the 3rd century BC, immediately before and during the Mercenary Revolt which took place shortly after the First Punic War. The main source was Book of ...

  • The Cherry Orchard reviews

    The Cherry Orchard Book Reviews

    Anton Chekhov

    The Cherry Orchard (Вишнëвый сад or Vishnyovy sad in Russian) is Russian playwright Anton Chekhov's last play. It premiered at the Moscow Art Theatre 17 January 1904 in a prod...

  • Loving the Enemy reviews

    Loving the Enemy Book Reviews

    P. Phoenix

    What happens when you put two people who don't want to be together in a weeklong country house party? Adelaide Kendall has hated Philip Wyndham far longer than she had been in...

  • The Tale of Isis and Osiris reviews

    The Tale of Isis and Osiris Book Reviews

    Anne Spackman

    This is a story of the murder and death of King Osiris of Ancient Egypt, and the story of the journey of Isis to find the body of her husband.

  • Silver Heels To Have And To Hold reviews

    Silver Heels To Have And To Hold Book Reviews

    Katie Wyatt

    You spoke, we listened! Silver Heels to Have and to Hold from the first novel in this  Series inspired by an actual historical persons, events and an amazing horse. It has...

  • The History of Pendennis, Volume 2 reviews

    The History of Pendennis, Volume 2 Book Reviews

    William Makepeace Thackeray

    Since that fatal but delightful night in Grosvenor place, Mr. Harry Foker's heart had been in such a state of agitation as you would hardly have thought so great a philosopher...

  • Revenge Requires Two Graves reviews

    Revenge Requires Two Graves Book Reviews

    George Emery Townsend

    In Revenge Requires Two Graves young Ray Cooper is forced to escape his youth and prematurely embrace adulthood after a series of misfortunate events that happen in rapid successio...

  • Hunting His Highland Lass reviews

    Hunting His Highland Lass Book Reviews

    Samantha Holt

    Rory MacPherson has returned home to find his castle overrun by the English and his timid wife missing. So when he hears of her tales of bravery, he's just a little surprised....

  • Daffodils reviews

    Daffodils Book Reviews

    Alex Martin

    Book One of The Katherine Wheel Series catapults Katy and Jem into the global arena of World War One and changes their lives forever. Cheadle is a sleepy village in rural Wiltshire...

  • Prairie Dog, a Western reviews

    Prairie Dog, a Western Book Reviews

    Burr Cook

    This novelette is a western action packed tale about a young man going west from Illinois following the Civil War and after getting in trouble with the law. He meets his idol, Wild...

Best Paid Historical Books of 2024

  • Mask of Duplicity reviews

    Mask of Duplicity Book Reviews

    Julia Brannan

    Following the death of their father, Beth’s brother Richard returns from the army to claim his share of the family estate. However, Beth’s hopes of a quiet life are dashed when Ric...

  • The Witch Sisters reviews

    The Witch Sisters Book Reviews

    Alma Katsu

    In the magical fens wood, Adair meets a pair of sister witches who turn out to be moremuch morethan he bargained for in this short story, a prequel to the third and final book in t...

  • The Blink of an Eye reviews

    The Blink of an Eye Book Reviews

    Jack Carnegie

    It’s 1945 and the story of one family’s war is about to begin. From the calm fields of Sweet Water, Alabama and the hell of Okinawa to the dawn of a nuclear age and its awful poten...

  • 1914 reviews

    1914 Book Reviews

    James Farner

    It’s 1914 and the great powers of Europe are on the brink of war. In Holbeck, Leeds, the Keeton family struggles to get by on their meagre wages. The six Keeton brothers couldn’t b...

  • The Shooting Season reviews

    The Shooting Season Book Reviews

    Isobel Starling

    Monday, December 20, 1897. Mr. Benedict Hannan, owner of Hannan’s Auction House in Fitzrovia, London, receives a mysterious letter inviting him to attend a private sale of antiquit...

  • Deadly Alchemy reviews

    Deadly Alchemy Book Reviews

    Julie Morgan

    Alchemy promises the power over life and death…but, how do you choose who lives and who dies? Amelia Rimos was never afraid of hard work. Her dedication pays off when she proves he...

  • The Killer On The Bell Tower reviews

    The Killer On The Bell Tower Book Reviews

    Issy Brooke

    Who killed Sir Phileas Hinge? This novella (half the length of a regular book) is the perfect introduction to the upperclass world of Victorian England. Here, genteel dinner partie...

  • The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood reviews

    The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Book Reviews

    Howard Pyle

    The plot follows Robin Hood as he becomes an outlaw after a conflict with foresters and through his many adventures and runins with the law. Each chapter tells a different tale of ...

  • Louise de la Valliere reviews

    Louise de la Valliere Book Reviews

    Alexandre Dumas

    Louise de la Valliere is a historical classic written by Alexandre Dumas Pere and first published in 1849. The Three Musketeers, Volume V, Louise de la Valliere is the middle secti...

  • Firefly reviews

    Firefly Book Reviews

    India Millar

    There are some who believe that the honor of a samurai is reserved for men. But they are wrong. Keiko was born the daughter of a samurai. But as a mere younger sister, her future w...

  • Angie and the Farmer reviews

    Angie and the Farmer Book Reviews

    Susan Leigh Carlton

    A western historical Oregon Trail Romance of 39,000 words, or around 150 pages. It is a clean story with one nonexplicit sexual scene between a married couple. The heat level is 2 ...

  • The Three Musketeers reviews

    The Three Musketeers Book Reviews

    Alexandre Dumas

    The Three Musketeers (Les Trois Mousquetaires) is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It recounts the adventures of a young man named d'Artagnan after he leaves home to become a...

  • The Executions reviews

    The Executions Book Reviews

    Sarah Elisabeth Sawyer

    From an awardwinning author and Choctaw storyteller comes a riveting tale set in turnofthecentury Indian Territory. Who would show up for their own execution? 1892, Indian Territor...

  • War and Peace reviews

    War and Peace Book Reviews

    Leo Tolstoy & Louise and Aylmer Maude (Translators)

    War and Peace (Prereform Russian: «Война и миръ», Voyna i mir) is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, first published in 1869. The work is epic in scale and is regarded as o...

  • Trouble By Any Name reviews

    Trouble By Any Name Book Reviews

    A.T. Butler

    Jacob Payne, bounty hunter, is on the trail in the Arizona Territory. The town of San Adrian has been taken over by an outlaw, a wifemurderer, and violent man who won't suc...

  • The Deerslayer reviews

    The Deerslayer Book Reviews

    James Fenimore Cooper

    On his first "warpath" in New York's Lake Otsego during the French and Indian Wars, the courageous Natty Bumppoone of American literature's noblest heroesis hon...

  • The Story of the Pony Express reviews

    The Story of the Pony Express Book Reviews

    Glenn Danford Bradley

    This is a story book. This little volume has but one purpose to give an authentic, useful, and readable account of the Pony Express. This wonderful enterprise played an important ...

  • Caribbee reviews

    Caribbee Book Reviews

    Thomas Hoover

    Barbados, 1648. The lush and deadly Caribbean paradise, domain of rebels and freeholders, of brigands, bawds and buccaneers. CARIBBEE is the untold story of the first American revo...

  • The Old Balmain House reviews

    The Old Balmain House Book Reviews

    Graham Wilson

    Sophie vanished where did she go? For 100 years nobody knows. A photo of 8 year old Sophie and an antique perfume bottle are found in the fireplace of an old house. The story of a...

  • By Any Means reviews

    By Any Means Book Reviews

    James Farner

    "Was this really his future?" In the Northern English town of Motbridge, men work until they die. John Williams is determined not to be one of those men. When Harry Heard...

  • Comic History of England reviews

    Comic History of England Book Reviews

    Bill Nye

    The text is amusing and clever. Harold did not merely die at the battle of Hastings, he "abandoned the fight in order to investigate the surprises of a future state. " Th...

  • The Moon is Down reviews

    The Moon is Down Book Reviews

    John Steinbeck

    "The Moon is Down" is a novella written by John Steinbeck and was published in 1942 during the height of World War II. Set in an unnamed European country occupied by an u...

  • The Magician reviews

    The Magician Book Reviews

    Kathleen Shoop

    Donora 2019 Ninetytwo year old Patryk Rusek is on the run, bathtowel flying off, with nothing but his new Nikes to carry him to freedom. His plan to escape from Blue Horizon Retire...

  • The Twelve Labours of Hercules reviews

    The Twelve Labours of Hercules Book Reviews

    Joe Corcoran

    With triumph after triumph in his past, Hercules has become proud and boastful, believing himself to be almost a god. Unless he can rediscover what it means to be a man, the king o...

  • Little Lost Girl reviews

    Little Lost Girl Book Reviews

    Graham Wilson

    A little girl vanished 100 years ago. Her name was Sophie. Where did she go? An old house in Balmain. A portrait and perfume bottle hidden in a chimney. Unknown and untouched, whil...

  • Flowers in the Snow reviews

    Flowers in the Snow Book Reviews

    Danielle Stewart

    In the 1960s, Edenville, North Carolina is full of rules. Sagging under the weight of racism and segregation the small community finds itself at a dangerous tipping point. Elevenye...

  • Foxden Acres reviews

    Foxden Acres Book Reviews

    Madalyn Morgan

    Gripping, epic and heartbreaking historical fiction, about one woman’s survival against all odds during the unbearable hardships of World War Two. 1939, England. Bess Dudley knows ...

  • The Douglas Bastard, A Historical Novel of Scotland reviews

    The Douglas Bastard, A Historical Novel of Scotland Book Reviews

    J. R. Tomlin

    Young Archibald, the Black Douglas's bastard son, eagerly returns home to fight for a Scotland ravaged by war. Archie is determined to learn the skills of a knight from the ma...

  • Marshal reviews

    Marshal Book Reviews

    Russ Durbin

    Summer was still in the air when Murdock walked down the main street of the town and thought about his own problemsa good feeling after years of thinking about the problems of othe...

  • To Never Return reviews

    To Never Return Book Reviews

    Thomas Mazzarella

    Grant Landry leads an aimless and unfulfilling life until he gets an invitation to a family reunion and hears a woman’s voice telling him to look through his family heirlooms. When...

  • Napoleon the Little reviews

    Napoleon the Little Book Reviews

    Victor Hugo

    On Thursday, December 20, 1848, the Constituent Assembly, being in session, surrounded at that moment by an imposing display of troops, heard the report of the Representative Walde...

  • Ravensdale reviews

    Ravensdale Book Reviews

    Lucinda Elliot

    The author is proud to announce that this novel has become her second to win a B.R.A.G medallion for outstanding selfpublished fiction. For those who love a satire on the cliches o...

  • Moon of Israel reviews

    Moon of Israel Book Reviews

    Henry Rider Haggard

    The novel narrates the events of the Biblical Exodus from Egypt told from the perspective of a scribe named Ana. In about the year 1230 BC the Israelites are in slavery in Egypt. A...

  • Twenty Years After reviews

    Twenty Years After Book Reviews

    Alexandre Dumas

    Twenty Years After is a novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. This sequel to The Three Musketeers and a book of the socalled D'Artagnan Romances was serialized from January to Augus...

  • The Hanging of Big Steve Long, a Western reviews

    The Hanging of Big Steve Long, a Western Book Reviews

    Burr Cook

    This novelette is a fast moving western. A New York family named Hansom moves west by wagon train on the Oregon Trail. The wagon master turns out to be a gunfighter who falls in lo...

  • Telegram For Mrs. Mooney reviews

    Telegram For Mrs. Mooney Book Reviews

    Cate M. Ruane

    THROUGH THE HAZE OF WAR COMES AN UNEXPECTED HERO. On the same day that France surrenders to the Nazis, Jack Mooneya New Yorker, barely out of high schoolhitches a ride to Montreal,...

  • All I Want reviews

    All I Want Book Reviews

    Shayne Parkinson

    A short story. In the wake of the Great War, a soldier and his bride turn a wasteland into a home. A tale of hope and sorrow; of loss and enduring love.

  • Copperhead Road reviews

    Copperhead Road Book Reviews

    Brandon Enns

    1920. Life was simple for Billy Bronson. Living in the country outside of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, he and his father Frank were secluded and happily reclusive. Fishing, hunting, an...

  • The Last Days of a Rake reviews

    The Last Days of a Rake Book Reviews

    Donna Lea Simpson

    In Love & Scandal, Collette Jardiniere is outraged when notorious roué Charles Jameson appears to take credit for The Last Days of a Rake, a novel she wrote under the pseud...

  • Guardians of Medieval Wales reviews

    Guardians of Medieval Wales Book Reviews

    Sarah Woodbury

    Time travel, mystery, magic, legend ... journey to a world of kings and castles with four couples in this collection of series starters set in medieval Wales! Daughter of Time: Som...

  • Winds of Betrayal reviews

    Winds of Betrayal Book Reviews

    Jerri Hines

    A rousing family saga for the fight for America's independence! The winds of change brews over the colonies. Tension against the crown is mounting daily. In Williamsburg, the ...

  • The Fall River Family Saga reviews

    The Fall River Family Saga Book Reviews

    Chloe Emile

    Book 1: The Fall River Family Saga Book 2: Meghan's Story Book 3: Molly's Story  Book 4: Annie's Story  1847. Fall Rivers, Massachusetts. When Ryan...

  • War and Peace reviews

    War and Peace Book Reviews

    Leo Tolstoy

    War and Peace (Prereform Russian: Voyna i mir) is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, first published in 1869. The work is epic in scale and is regarded as one of the most i...

  • The Deer Run Trail reviews

    The Deer Run Trail Book Reviews

    David R Lewis

    The year was 1881, an’ young Ruben Beeler was makin’ his way along near the Missouri River, findin’ work when he could an’ livin’ the only life he knew. When he come on ol’ Arliss ...

  • Poor White reviews

    Poor White Book Reviews

    Sherwood Anderson

    It is a Historical Fiction Book. The book tells that Hugh arose and stood in the moonlight in the cabbage field, his arms still going stiffly up and down. The great length of his f...

  • The History of Pendennis reviews

    The History of Pendennis Book Reviews

    William Makepeace Thackeray

    If this kind of composition, of which the two years' product is now laid before the public, fail in art, as it constantly does and must, it at least has the advantage of a cer...

  • The Price of Innocence reviews

    The Price of Innocence Book Reviews

    Vicki Hopkins

    The year is 1878, and the setting is Paris, France. It's a place of privilege and comfort for the rich, but one of heartache and struggle for the poor. Upon the death of her f...

  • The Trail of Roses reviews

    The Trail of Roses Book Reviews

    Donna C. Keenan

    On the Oregon Trail in 1852, teenager Rebecca Williams and her family are joined by a fellow emigrant John Kilcher, also known as Bible John. Unaware that this stranger in their mi...

  • The Auschwitz Protocol reviews

    The Auschwitz Protocol Book Reviews

    Jack Carnegie

    Retired US Detective Emil Janowitz lied to his wife for nearly forty years. Having lost his entire family whilst an inmate of AuschwitzBirkenau it was simply easier on his soul to ...

  • The Orphanage reviews

    The Orphanage Book Reviews

    Lizzie Page

    ‘ What an emotional read! … At parts I found myself shouting “no”. At others I just cried … Absolutely loved it .’ Goodreads reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Shilling Grange Orphanage, England, 1948...

  • Salammbo reviews

    Salammbo Book Reviews

    Gustave Flaubert

    It is set in Carthage during the 3rd century BC, immediately before and during the Mercenary Revolt which took place shortly after the First Punic War. The main source was Book of ...

  • The Cherry Orchard reviews

    The Cherry Orchard Book Reviews

    Anton Chekhov

    The Cherry Orchard (Вишнëвый сад or Vishnyovy sad in Russian) is Russian playwright Anton Chekhov's last play. It premiered at the Moscow Art Theatre 17 January 1904 in a prod...

  • Loving the Enemy reviews

    Loving the Enemy Book Reviews

    P. Phoenix

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    Anne Spackman

    This is a story of the murder and death of King Osiris of Ancient Egypt, and the story of the journey of Isis to find the body of her husband.

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    You spoke, we listened! Silver Heels to Have and to Hold from the first novel in this  Series inspired by an actual historical persons, events and an amazing horse. It has...

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    Since that fatal but delightful night in Grosvenor place, Mr. Harry Foker's heart had been in such a state of agitation as you would hardly have thought so great a philosopher...

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