Michael I. Shoop

Code Name Hélène

By Ariel Lawhon - Published 2020

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

The thrilling, astoundingly incredible World War II exploits of the vivacious journalist and socialite Nancy Wake are evocatively portrayed in this ambitiously written ...Read Review

Mary’s Song: A Sequel to Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

By Dixie Distler - Published 2019

Genres:

Inspirational

Billed as a sequel to Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, this novel begins immediately after that story ends, and collides with the ...Read Review

Milady

By Laura L. Sullivan - Published 2019

Genres:

Adventure

Spy. Seductress. Poisoner. Villainess. The untold story of the Countess de Winter, better known as Milady, the scheming femme fatale in Dumas’ The ...Read Review

Kopp Sisters on the March (A Kopp Sisters Novel)

By Amy Stewart - Published 2019

Genres:

Adventure

It’s 1917, and with World War I raging in Europe, the Kopp sisters of Wyckoff, New Jersey decide they must do something to ...Read Review

Secrets in a House Divided: A Novel of Civil War Richmond

By Clara Silverstein - Published 2018

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During the summer of 1864, young wife and mother Amanda Ayers Carter is struggling to survive with her daughter Nell in their Richmond home ...Read Review

When Winter Comes

By V.A. Shannon - Published 2018

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A narrator known as Mrs. Jacob Klein attempts to set the record straight about the ill-fated Donner Party, which left Independence, Missouri, to ...Read Review

Varina

By Charles Frazier - Published 2018

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

At Saratoga Springs in 1906, the widowed Varina Howell Davis relates pieces of her life’s journey to visitor James Blake (aka “Jimmie Limber”), ...Read Review

Savage Country

By Robert Olmstead - Published 2017

Genres:

Western

It’s 1873, and the vast American West is a place of wondrous untamed natural beauty and unrestrained violence. Elizabeth Coughlin, a lovely widow ...Read Review

The Indigo Girl

By Natasha Boyd - Published 2017

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With her younger brothers away at school in England, and her father’s departure, 16-year-old Eliza Lucas is left to manage three plantations ...Read Review

The Confessions of Young Nero

By Margaret George - Published 2017

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

The awesome power, political maneuverings, decadence, and general nastiness of ancient Rome are brought vividly to life in this hefty, lavishly written novel ...Read Review

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