Historical Fiction

The Secret History of Audrey James

Book Review The Secret History of Audrey James by Heather MarshallHistorical Fiction Reader’s Thoughts: For readers looking for a WWII historical read this summer, look no further than Heather Marshall’s newest novel, The Secret History of Audrey James. Inspired by true stories of courageous women, this book explores the unbreakable bonds of friendship, love, and …

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Disturbing the Dead

Book Review Disturbing the Dead by Kelley ArmstrongMystery | Time Travel | Historical Fiction The third book in Kelley Armstrong’s A Rip Through Time series is the latest in this fascinating genre-blending series about a modern-day homicide detective caught in the body of a Victorian-era housemaid. Reader’s Thoughts: Disturbing the Dead is the latest installment …

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For a Lifetime

Book Review For a Lifetime by Gabrielle MeyerHistorical Fiction | Time Travel | Romance Twin sisters, Grace and Hope come from a long line of time travelers. But the twins have a unique ability — time crossing together between 1692 Salem, Massachusetts, and 1912 New York City. Each night, when they fall asleep in one …

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The Secret Keeper

Book Review The Secret Keeper by Genevieve GrahamHistorical Fiction | WWII Reader’s Thoughts: The Secret Keeper is the newest novel from bestselling author, Genevieve Graham, and is another fantastic read for fans of historical fiction and Canadian history alike! This book is told from the perspectives of two wildly different twin sisters, during WWII, who …

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The Slip the Bonds of Earth

Book Review To Slip the Bonds of Earth by Amanda FlowerHistorical Mystery | Cozy “While not as famous as her older siblings Wilbur and Orville, the celebrated inventors of flight, Katharine Wright is equally inventive – especially when it comes to solving crimes – in USA Today bestselling author Amanda Flower’s radiant new historical mystery …

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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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