Jane Kirkpatrick

Everything She Didn’t Say

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2018


Biographical FictionWestern

Everything She Didn’t Say is unique in that it reads like a memoir within a memoir. The novel is a fictionalization of ...Read Review

All She Left Behind

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2017


Biographical FictionInspirationalRomance

Jennie Pickett deals in herb healing and longs to become a doctor in 1860s Oregon. She marries her sweetheart, Charles, and has a ...Read Review

This Road We Traveled

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2016



This inspirational story is based on true-life events. In 1846, Tabitha Brown is 66 when her son’s family decides to head west. Son Orus ...Read Review

The Memory Weaver

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2015



Jane Kirkpatrick’s historical novels re-imagine periods of time that many have forgotten, usually featuring important members of society from that particular era. ...Read Review

A Light in the Wilderness

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2014


Gaining her freedom from slavery in 1843 is the beginning of a new struggle for Letitia. It’s too hazardous for the young woman ...Read Review

Sincerely Yours: A Novella Collection

By Amanda Cabot - By Ann Shorey - By Jane Kirkpatrick - By Laurie Alice Eakes - Published 2014



This collection of inspirational romance novellas is worth reading. Each works with a theme based on a Bible verse epigraph, and they are ...Read Review

One Glorious Ambition

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2013


Biographical Fiction

Dorothea Dix was one of America’s most effective reformers, but we don’t hear as much about her as we should. Jane ...Read Review

Where Lilacs Still Bloom

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2012


Biographical Fiction

Passion is an emotion usually associated with the young. However, Hulda Klager discovers her passion when she is in her thirties – lilacs. She ...Read Review

The Daughter’s Walk

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2011


Biographical Fiction

In 1896 Norwegian-American Helga Etsby accepts a challenge from the New York World and the fashion industry to walk 3500 miles from Spokane to New ...Read Review

An Absence So Great

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2010


Biographical FictionInspirational

An Absence So Great continues the story of Jessie Ann Gaebele, the author’s grandmother, who readers first met in A Flickering Light. ...Read Review