Historical Fiction

The Swans of Fifth Avenue Melanie Benjamin

THE SWANS OF FIFTH AVENUE is a spectacular look at our state's bad boy of literature, Truman Capote. No library should be without this delicious novel that exposes the gossip and scandal Capote created with his betrayal of Manhattan's finest.

 

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Mistress of the Ritz Melanie Benjamin

MISTRESS OF THE RITZ is a fascinating and thrilling take on the true story of the husband and wife...

Nancy Swimmer: A Story of the Cherokee Nation Clyde Bolton

NANCY SWIMMER: A STORY OF THE CHEROKEE NATION is an historically accurate fictive account of the personal atrocities endured when the Cherokees were removed from their land during the Trail of Tears. We published this classic as Highland Press, and traveled with the author during some of his research visiting important...

Surviving Savannah Patti Callahan

SPECIAL BONUS: EVERY SIGNED FIRST EDITION COMES WITH A REAL SURVIVING SAVANNAH GOOD LUCK COIN MINTED JUST FOR PUBLICATION. (DESCRIBED IN THE VIDEO BELOW).

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Becoming Mrs. Lewis Patti Callahan

BECOMING MRS. LEWIS won the Christy Award for 2019 Book of the Year. This honor is given to the novel considered by the...

The Empty Throne Bernard Cornwell

THE EMPTY THRONE is set in Britain during the early tenth century and follows Viking raids that help cause turmoil as the people of that land consider, "Can the Saxon warriors accept a woman as leader?" Hmmmm?

 

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Varina Charles Frazier

VARINA brings Charles Frazier's readers back to the devastation of Cold Mountain, but with a meticulously researched and beautifully written inside look at the wife of Jefferson Davis, and how she was forced to cope with a life she never imaged after meeting the wealthy planter as a teenager.

 

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The Bookseller's Secret: A Novel of Nancy Mitford and WWII Michelle Gable

THE BOOKSELLER'S SECRET: A NOVEL OF NANCY MITFORD AND WWII is exactly as the title advertises, a fictional account of the noted author Nancy Mitford's legendary activities before, during and after World War Two. The best-selling novelist wrote of her famous family, including a sister who was Hitler's girl-friend. The...

The Paris Hours Alex George

THE PARIS HOURS explores, over one single day, the joy, sadness, and secrets of four regular people whose lives become entwined with some of the more famous celebrities of 1920s Paris: Ernest Hemingway, Marcel Proust, Gertrude Stein, and Josephine Baker....

Wherever There Is Light Peter Golden

WHEREVER THERE IS LIGHT is based on the true story of traditionally African-American colleges in the 1930s rescuing Jewish-German professors and bringing them to the United States to teach. One such fictionalized case is presented with the faculty member's son falling in love with the university president's daughter....