Biographical Fiction

The Last Train to London

By Meg Waite Clayton - Published 2019

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Biographical Fiction

There are many unsung heroes – known as Righteous Gentiles – who risked their own lives to save Jewish people from extermination under Nazi rule. ...Read Review

What News on the Rialto?

By Anthony Robert Wildman - Published 2019

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Biographical Fiction

The facts of Shakespeare’s life are few and far between. He is first mentioned when the dramatist Robert Greene snipes at him ...Read Review

The World and His Wife

By Stephen Wyatt - Published 2019

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Biographical Fiction

Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873), writer and politician, was commercially very successful in his lifetime. Originating the expressions “the great unwashed,” “the pen is mightier ...Read Review

Ribbons of Scarlet: A Novel of the French Revolution’s Women

By E. Knight - By Heather Webb - By Kate Quinn - By Laura Kamoie - By Sophie Perinot - By Stephanie Dray - Published 2019

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Biographical Fiction

Women are central in our visual imagination of the French Revolution – from the doomed Queen Marie Antoinette to Charlotte Corday, who stabbed the ...Read Review

Rocket Man: The Mercury Adventure of John Glenn

By Ruth Ashby - Published 2019

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Biographical FictionChildren/Young Adult

In 1961, the Soviet Union was winning the Space Race; having sent a man into orbit before the US had even sent a man ...Read Review

Memoirs of a Traitor

By Lee R Levin - Published 2018

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Biographical FictionMiliary

Presented as a found document, Memoirs of a Traitor is the story of William Stanley, knight, younger brother of Lord Thomas Stanley. These ...Read Review

The Devil’s Slave (Frances Gorges Historical Trilogy)

By Tracy Borman - Published 2019

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Biographical Fiction

In 17th-century England, misogyny, lust, and religious bigotry drive most of King James I/VI’s decisions, according to Tracy Borman, who continues ...Read Review

Elizabeth of Bohemia: A Novel about Elizabeth Stuart, the Winter Queen

By David Elias - Published 2019

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Biographical Fiction

Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of James I of England, narrates her own story in Elias’s wide-ranging novel. Her life encompasses many seismic events, ...Read Review

Gold Digger: The Remarkable Baby Doe Tabor

By Rebecca Rosenberg - Published 2019

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Biographical FictionWestern

Rebecca Rosenberg, author of The Secret Life of Mrs. London, offers up a fascinating insight into another American woman of substance with Gold ...Read Review

Ada

By Kaz Cooke - Published 2018

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Biographical Fiction

Born in 1869 in a grimy English coal mining town and orphaned at age 12, Ada Delroy was taken in by theatre performers. That real-life ...Read Review