Tag Archives: historical fiction

(Book review) The Sea before Us (#1 in the Sunrise at Normandy series)

The tension that existed during the preparation and plans leading up to the D-day invasion are always in the background of this novel.  Good character development, some unexpected plot twists, and attention to historical detail are strong elements in this first novel of a new series called Sunrise at Normandy.

 

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(Book review) The Hidden Side

Told from the perspectives of the three women, this book is thrilling, tender, and often heart-wrenching. The plot is gripping, capturing the reader in two stories more than two hundred years apart.

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(Book review) The road we traveled

Kirkpatrick’s historical fiction is well known and this story, based on the life of Tabitha Brown, is fascinating and filled with rich thoughts on life and Christianity.

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(Book review)The Man Nobody Knew, A Novel

Reviewed by: Mary Clapp Ministry Title: Co-president of ECLA and former church librarian Introduction Title: The Man Nobody Knew, A Novel Author: Garrett C. Whitworth Publisher: WestBow Press Publication Date: 2016 Format: ebook Length: 358 pages OVERVIEW This is a historical novel written from the perspective of John the Disciple.  The story is a chronological […]

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