Pamela Schoenewaldt

Strongheart (One Thousand White Women Series, 3)

By Jim Fergus - Published 2021



Strongheart, the third and final novel in Fergus’s One Thousand White Women trilogy, deepens and shades the well-known horrors of genocide and ...Read Review

The Librarian of Saint-Malo

By Gretchen Abernathy (trans.) - By Mario Escobar - Published 2021


Inspirational Romance

Spanish novelist Mario Escobar’s books on the Holocaust and the Spanish Civil War have gained worldwide readership. The Librarian of Saint-Malo joins ...Read Review

Kaidenberg’s Best Sons: A Novel in Stories (193) (Essential Prose Series)

By Jason Heit - Published 2021


LiteraryShort Stories

Heit’s interconnected eight short stories trace the fates of a group of Schwarzmeerdeutsche (Black Sea Germans) who were driven from their farms ...Read Review

The Last Days of Ellis Island

By Gaëlle Josse - By Natasha Lehrer (trans.) - Published 2020



Winner of the European Union Prize for Literature, this slim novel won widespread critical praise for its lyrical, melancholy memoir and confession of ...Read Review

The Rib King

By Ladee Hubbard - Published 2021



In Ladee Hubbard’s debut novel, The Talented Ribkins, bizarre superpowers juiced the hero’s struggle against race and mobsters. Now in The ...Read Review

We All Fall Down

By David Blixt - By Deborah Swift - By J. K. Knauss - By Jean Gill - By Katherine Pym - By Kristin Gleeson - By Laura Morelli - By Lisa J. Yarde - By Melodie Winawer - Published 2020


Short Stories

In these pandemic times, readers of historical fiction will find deep resonance with stories of the Black Death and other pandemics. In this ...Read Review

The Last Train

By Arnaud Rykner - Published 2020


On July 2, 1944, French police acting for the Gestapo loaded 2,066 men into freight cars bound for the Dachau concentration camp. The prisoners were Resistance ...Read Review

Black Cotton Star: A Graphic Novel of World War II

By Yves Sente - Published 2020


This graphic novel tells the story of Angela, an African-American assistant to Betsy Ross. In 1776, she conceals a black star under a white ...Read Review

Beginning with Cannonballs

By Jill McCroskey Coupe - Published 2020



In Knoxville, Tennessee, in the mid-South in 1951, Hanna and Gail grow up as near twins in a middle class household. That is, they ...Read Review

Dark Queen Waiting (A Margaret Beaufort Mystery)

By Paul Doherty - Published 2020



In 1471, England is in the hands of the House of York. King Edward IV employs a vast network of spies, assassins, and informants ...Read Review