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All We Have to Believe In

by Michele Sharpe

"All We Have to Believe In" is a sprawling historical novel that’s concerned with individual accountability, collective responsibility, and empathy. Set in the period between the World Wars I and II, Jeffrey J. Lousteau’s historical... Read More

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Moral Fibre

by Vivian Turnbull

The historical novel "Moral Fibre" follows a pilot and his love interest as they confront racism and cultivate bravery. Helena P. Schrader’s rich historical novel "Moral Fibre" follows a World War II bomber pilot, and those he cares... Read More

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For Love and Glory

by John M. Murray

In the dramatic historical novel "For Love and Glory", two people strive to forge their own identities against the backdrop of WWII. In Cindy Bonner’s endearing historical novel "For Love and Glory", an American pilot joins the Royal... Read More

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It's Alive!

by Mari Carlson

Vibrant, surprising, and chaotic, the historical novel It’s Alive! brings old Hollywood to life. Julian David Stone’s historical novel It’s Alive! goes behind the scenes during the frantic days before the filming of the first... Read More

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Heimat

by Michele Sharpe

In the historical novel "Heimat", German immigrants face new challenges in the United States in the 1930s, shifting their understandings of “home.” In Paul Marzell’s historical novel "Heimat", nostalgic longing for their lost... Read More

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Summer Lightning

by Karen Rigby

Intertwining historical events with personal milestones, "Summer Lightning" is a rewarding family saga. Roberta Silman’s elegant historical novel "Summer Lightning" covers decades of a family’s joys and tumults. In 1927, as both... Read More

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I, Antigone

by Meg Nola

Carlo Gébler’s "I, Antigone", recounts the Greek tragedy of Oedipus Rex. Speaking with anguish, eloquence, and love, Oedipus’s daughter, Antigone, tells Oedipus’s story to justify her father’s actions. Oedipus’s curse begins... Read More

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