Historical Fiction

The Foxhole Victory Tour

Book Review The Foxhole Victory Tour by Amy Lynn GreenHistorical Fiction | Christian Fiction | WWII Reader’s Thoughts: A few years ago, I stumbled across a debut epistolary by Amy Lynn Green and I fell in love. Ever since then, Amy’s new releases have found a permanent spot on my shelf. So, I was beyond …

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The Woman With No Name

Book Review The Woman With No Name by Audrey Blake Historical Fiction | WWII Audrey Blake is admittedly one of my favorite authors, which means that I didn’t even bother reading the description before requesting my advance copy of The Woman with No Name. And this newest WWII-set novel by Audrey Blake certainly did NOT …

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Maude Horton’s Glorious Revenge

Book Review Maude Horton’s Glorious Revenge by Lizzie PookHistorical Fiction | Mystery Reader’s Thoughts: This is one of those stories that I went into, fully not knowing what to expect. I was drawn in by the incredible title and cover work, the hint at adventure and revenge all wrapped up into a historical mystery. And …

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The Jazz Club Spy

Book Review The Jazz Club Spy by Roberta RichHistorical Fiction | Spy Reader’s Thoughts: When you read a lot of historical fiction set in the late 1930s and early 1940s, it can be difficult to find stories that feel fresh. This was not a problem for The Jazz Club Spy. The book opens with an …

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A Traitor in Whitehall

Book Review A Traitor in Whitehall by Julia KellyHistorical Fiction / Mystery From Winston Churchill’s underground bunker comes a brand new amateur detective — in the form of one of his tenacious secretaries, Evelyne Redfern. Reader’s Thoughts: At the beginning of WWII, Winston Churchill moved his command center to a group of basement offices in …

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Queen Wallis

Book Review Queen Wallis by C.J. CareyHistorical Fiction | Dystopian | Alternate Reality Queen Wallis is the sequel to the compelling, alternate-reality novel, Widowland by C.J. Carey. This feminist dystopian series is a dark, alternative history that imagines what a British alliance with Germany would have looked like following WWII. Reader’s Thoughts: Widowland has been …

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The Woman at the Wheel

Book Review The Woman at the Wheel by Penny HawHistorical Fiction I fell in love with Penny Haw’s previous novel, The Invincible Miss Cust, and was really excited to receive an advance copy of her newest book, The Woman at the Wheel. Haw does an amazing job of featuring little-known historical women and truly bringing …

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The Enemy at Home

Book Review The Enemy at Home by Kevin O’BrienHistorical Fiction | Mystery | WWII With her husband stationed in North Africa, Nora gets a job as a riveter at the Seattle Boeing plant. In the middle of a world war, her country desperately needs Nora’s help — but not everyone is happy about a woman …

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