“Street of Tears” by Larry J. Hilton

“Streets of Tears” is a chilling story, told from a unique point of view, focusing on the vilest faction of human history. Hilton explores the Austrian mindset in a way that feels nonfiction at times with his accurate and detailed portrayal of real-life events. Readers are able to brush the surface of how Hitler’s regime came to power and lead such a hideous massacre in the name of “purity.”  … More “Street of Tears” by Larry J. Hilton

“Rose of Sharon: Warriors of the Night Wharang Sulsa Amja” by Roy King

Although my historical knowledge does not include this fable, which is based on very real events that the author said are recorded in documents that span Chinese, Japanese and Korean history, I must say it’s an interesting tale of both myth and truth. However, it should be noted that it’s also a story for adults only because the sexual scenes and violence are extremely explicit. … More “Rose of Sharon: Warriors of the Night Wharang Sulsa Amja” by Roy King

“Brothers of War: The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg” by Michael Eisenhut

“Brothers of War: The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg,” by Michael Eisenhut, is an award-winning work of historical fiction that is perfect for those who are curious about the American Civil War, but not fond of traditional history books. … More “Brothers of War: The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg” by Michael Eisenhut

“Who Killed Coriolanus?” by Ron Fritsch

Having grown up in a Greek orphanage after the Trojan War, Timon and his companion Lukas are living a good life in Sparta. Timon’s mysterious past has been revealed, and he now knows his full identity. Life with Lukas is peaceful, until one day when Marco, the son of the Commander of the Royal Army and Navy, shows up at his home. … More “Who Killed Coriolanus?” by Ron Fritsch

“Song of Gabrielle” by John Anthony Miller

Author John Anthony Miller has created a unique story in “Song of Gabrielle” that takes the reader back in time. Right from the beginning, readers are whisked away to the year 1316 in Normandy, France. These are turbulent times. France and England are bitter enemies and battles are happening all around the country. … More “Song of Gabrielle” by John Anthony Miller

“Truth is in the House” by Michael J. Coffino

“Truth is in the House” by Michael J. Coffino follows the journey of two boys over the course of several decades as they grow into their own in the great melting pot that is the United States of America. It’s a poignant historical novel that embodies themes of prejudice, consequences, redemption, forgiveness and ultimately connection with each other as one race: humanity. … More “Truth is in the House” by Michael J. Coffino