“Dancer of Death” by Jeanne Blanchet

“Dancer of Death” is based on the life of the Spanish bullfighter, Manolete, who was the most famous matador of the 1940s. His death in the ring brought telegrams of condolences to the Spanish people from Harry Truman and Winston Churchill, and millions attended his funeral procession. … More “Dancer of Death” by Jeanne Blanchet

“Replenishing the Sea of Galilee” by Wagih Abu-Rish

When I first started “Replenishing the Sea of Galilee” I was excited, because we see little historical fiction centering on this region and time period. We often forget that the tensions of Nazi Germany and World War II spread far beyond the borders of Europe and affected basically the entire world. … More “Replenishing the Sea of Galilee” by Wagih Abu-Rish

“The Comfort Bearer” by Cathy L. Patrenos

For someone like myself, who did not fully understand this particular facet of WWII, I was also amazed, bewildered and sickened to know that these “comfort women” are still a topic of debate in my lifetime because it is still happening. There are even memorials placed across the globe honoring these women; and they will continue to be placed seeing as that human trafficking still makes a multi-billion-dollar profit in 2021. … More “The Comfort Bearer” by Cathy L. Patrenos

“Chaos Above the Sand: A Special Projects Unit Adventure” by Bruce Thomas

“Chaos Above the Sand: A Special Projects Unit Adventure,” by Bruce Thomas, is a powerful military drama involving a Special Forces Unit, aka SPU. William Eddy, or “Wild Bill” and Assistant Director Mark “Vector” Jones, hurry to piece together the clues surrounding the mystery of just who is giving the Iranians inside information that is considered top secret. … More “Chaos Above the Sand: A Special Projects Unit Adventure” by Bruce Thomas

“Day of Days” by Frank Napolitano

In this novel, “Day of Days,” Frank Napolitano brings us a fictional story about various members of the New York City Fire Department and the lives they lived leading up to that fateful day, with the climax of the novel being, of course, the emergency response to the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The story follows the lives of various firefighters up to that point. … More “Day of Days” by Frank Napolitano

“Becoming Olive W.: The Women of Campbell County Family Saga Book 1” by S. Lee Fisher

“Becoming Olive W.: The Women of Campbell County: Family Saga Book 1”, by S. Lee Fisher, is the first in what promises to be a sweeping saga of several generations, so get to know these characters inside and out. The drama, conflict, suspense, triumph, and tragedies are as realistic as they are entertaining—tackling social issues in a dramatic and effective way. … More “Becoming Olive W.: The Women of Campbell County Family Saga Book 1” by S. Lee Fisher

“Dare Not Tell” by Elaine Aucoin Schroller

In “Dare Not Tell” Australian WWI veteran, Joe Parker, travels to France on holiday and has a chance encounter with a little boy named Jean-Luc, who is seemingly lost on the streets of Paris. Their meeting leads Joe Parker to meeting the boy’s godmother, Sophie Holt. A close friendship develops between Joe and Sophie, who’s a nurse at the American Hospital in Paris. Gradually, they develop feelings for each other but are forced to repress them, being that Joe is married and has a wife and son waiting for him back home in Australia. … More “Dare Not Tell” by Elaine Aucoin Schroller