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I See a New America

by Eileen Gonzalez

"I See a New America" is a thought-provoking historical novel concerned with the complex relationships between race, racism, ethnicity, and identity. A young man contemplates the intricacies of race and race relations in King Virgil... Read More

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Gary Gatlin

by Mari Carlson

Gary Gatlin: Reluctant Hero is a historical novel whose wholesome demeanor and nostalgic wartime spirit are delightful. In Carl F. Haupt’s historical novel Gary Gatlin: Reluctant Hero, a Utah farm boy is caught up in South Pacific... Read More

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Eastbound from Flagstaff

by Susan Waggoner

"Eastbound from Flagstaff" is a thoughtful Christian novel whose portrayal of 1920s America is accomplished. Annette Valentine’s bittersweet Christian historical novel "Eastbound from Flagstaff" brings 1920s Detroit to life. When... Read More

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The Winter Sisters

by Karen Rigby

"The Winter Sisters" is an entertaining historical fantasy in which lives change and minds open. Tim Westover’s eccentric novel "The Winter Sisters", pits Hippocratic medicine against folk remedies with tall-tale flair. The story is... Read More

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Watershed

by Meredith Grahl Counts

In Mark Barr’s engrossing historical novel "Watershed", personal and social changes lead to tension in a rural Tennessee town where a post-Depression federal dam project brings work, strangers, and electricity to the region. Claire is... Read More

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