Tag Archives: Historical Fiction

Review of Burning Sky

In Lori Benton’s Burning Sky, Willa Obenchain returns to her family’s vacant homestead years after being abducted by Mohawk Indians. Seeking answers to her past, Willa discovers a seriously injured man on her property and feels the obligation to care … Continue reading

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Review of Thief of Glory

  In his book, Thief of Glory, Sigmund Brouwer tells the story of Jeremiah Prins whose advantaged life in the Dutch East Indies is swept up into World War II.  Forced into a Japanese internment camp, and separated from his … Continue reading

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Review of A Rendezvous in Haiti

  In Steven Becker’s A Rendezvous in Haiti, Lt. Robert Macalister is in the country shortly after World War One to quell an uprising. When the rebel leader kidnaps the General’s daughter, Macalister’s love interest, the Lieutenant must go to … Continue reading

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Review of The Butterfly and the Violin

    In Kristi Cambron’s The Butterfly and the Violin, talented violinist Adele Von Braun lives a sheltered life in 1942 Austria but yearns to help those who are affected by war. To that end, she undertakes the dangerous mission … Continue reading

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The White House Wedding: A Solve-the-Mystery Blog Tour by Radha Vatsal.

BLOG POST #1: INTRODUCTION   Read the posts and solve a mystery linked to President Wilson’s 1915 wedding to Edith Bolling Galt.  The new First Lady and Woodrow Wilson make a dramatic appearance in Murder Between the Lines, the second … Continue reading

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Review of To Capture Her Heart

  Rebecca DeMarino’s second installment of The Southold Chronicles, begins in 1653 New York, as Heather Flower’s husband is killed and she is kidnapped by a rival tribe. After months of captivity and left to die, she is rescued. Once … Continue reading

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Review of My Brother’s Crown

Two cousins, separated by generations, must save their family’s legacy. Will they succeed? Or will the burden they are called to carry be too much to bear? As a fan of historical fiction, My Brother’s Crown intrigued me from the … Continue reading

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