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Brandy, Ballad of a Pirate Princess by Dan E. Hendrickson

A heart-pounding, thrilling adventure… Set mainly in the British territories of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, Hendrickson’s latest novel is filled with action, bloodlust, treachery and valor. Born and raised on the pirate ship Red Witch, the lovely Brandy Erasmus…
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Loving Artemis, an endearing tale of revolution, love and marriage by Janet Mason

A stunning novel about queer love, independence, self-realization, and personal and political revolution… Set against the historic backdrop of events that shaped the U.S. Supreme Court’s long overdue decision to legalize same sex marriage that is under attack today, award-winning…
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Livvy and the Enchanted Woodland by by Connie Lacy

Fast-paced and heartening… A deeply engrossing tale that will have readers hooked… Lacy beautifully weaves a tale of magic, intrigue, and romance in her latest novel. 1930. Rural Georgia. With the Great Depression wreaking havoc on people’s lives, Livvy’s family…
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A Shadow Melody by Brian Kaufman

Disquieting, visceral, and compulsively readable. The expert handling of narrative complexity and authentic period detail makes Kaufman’s latest a solid historical tale of supernatural suspense. When the brilliant Harry Browning began to work on a device to communicate with the…
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Letter from Belleau Wood (Covington Chronicles, #7) by Mary Lou Cheatham

Highly engrossing… a full-bodied historical drama. Two people grapple with lost love and heartache in Cheatham’s expansive seventh installment in the Covington Chronicles set in the first World War era. Growing up, Trudy Cameron has always thought she would marry…
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Zachary’s Gold by Wes Snowden

Brilliantly written, utterly compelling… Set in the WWI and the post-WWI era, Snowden’s latest which tells the story of one man’s journey to retribution is rich in both physical detail and human insight. Trying to save an unarmed young German…
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Sadie’s Sin: The Zwi Migdal’s Reign of Terror by Neil Perry Gordon

A fast-paced, gripping historical drama… Gordon delivers an engrossing tale of love, sacrifice, and betrayal, set in 1924 in Poland and Argentina. Sadie Wollman, a young Jewess, falls in love with the war hero and university professor, Alexander Kaminski, and…
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White Swan Wishes by Wes Snowden

A poignant examination of the intricacies of love… A tale of love, loss, and pain, Snowden’s latest is ripe with both emotional vulnerability and authenticity.  When 17-year-old Michael Grayson, the son of a New England scallop fishermen, met the lovely…
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The Time Capsule by Connie Lacy

  A dazzling time-travel romance… Lacy’s enthralling latest succeeds both as a gripping love story and a suspenseful historical thriller. Trying to look for something meaningful in her life, Hannah Myers leaves her high-profile job and finds herself trapped in…
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By the Light of the Moon Series by Jenny Knipfer

https://theprairiesbookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/20200526_105428.jpg Sentimental and richly-detailed… In this poignant, tautly-paced series, Knipfer elegantly explores grief, guilt, romance, and faith. Set on the shores of Lake Superior in Ontario during the mid-1890s, the first book in the series tells the coming-of-age story of…