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Historical fiction presents a story set in the past, often during a significant time period. In historical fiction, the time period is an important part of the setting and often of the story itself.

Historical fiction may include fictional characters, well-known historical figures or a mixture of the two. Authors of historical fiction usually pay close attention to the details of their stories (settings, clothing, dialogue, etc.) to ensure that they fit the time periods in which the narratives take place.

In some historical fiction, famous events appear from points of view not recorded in histor
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New Releases Tagged "Historical Fiction"

My Plain Jane (The Lady Janies, #2)
The Great Believers
The Mermaid
The Bird and the Blade
The Myth of Perpetual Summer
Sweet Black Waves (Sweet Black Waves #1)
Island of the Mad (Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes #15)
Who Is Vera Kelly?
Boardwalk Summer
Witchmark (Witchmark, #1)
Visible Empire
The Possible World
The Orphan's Wish (Hagenheim, #8)
Invitation to a Bonfire
Girl with a Gun (An Annie Oakley Mystery #1)
The Game of Hope
Confessions of the Fox
The Captured Bride (Daughters of the Mayflower #3)
A Lady's Guide to Etiquette and Murder (A Countess of Harleigh Mystery, #1)
The Verdun Affair
The Unbinding of Mary Reade
More Than Meets the Eye (Patchwork Family #1)
A Defense of Honor (Haven Manor, #1)
A Daring Venture (Empire State, #2)
The Trial and Execution of the Traitor George Washington
What Blooms from Dust
A Rebel Heart (Daughtry House #1)
The Patchwork Bride
All the Lives We Never Lived
Engraved on the Heart
Where the Fire Falls (Vintage National Parks, #2)
The Removes
The Hawkman: A Fairy Tale of the Great War
The Peacock Summer
Bitter Sun
Timeless Love: Romantic Stories that Span the Ages
Only Seduction Will Do (House of Pleasure, #4)
Mary B: An Untold Story of Pride and Prejudice
Old Baggage
Breathless
Smoke and Ashes (Sam Wyndham, #3)
Mad Boy: An Account of Henry Phipps in the War of 1812
Façade
Call of the Curlew
Hurricane Katrina Rescue (Ranger in Time #8)
The Fairfax Incident
Fast Backward
When Beauty Blooms
Swallow's Dance
Bound to Her Blood Enemy
Love and Ruin
Warlight
The Poppy War
The Map of Salt and Stars
Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen (Six Tudor Queens, #3)
The Summer I Met Jack
Dunstan
Murder on Union Square (Gaslight Mystery, #21)
Shadow Child
Together Forever (Orphan Train, #2)
The Way of Beauty
The Optimistic Decade
A Shout in the Ruins
The Devil's Half Mile
A Child Went Forth
Give Me Some Truth
Game of Secrets
In the Region of the Summer Stars (Eirlandia, #1)
The Judge Hunter
Al Capone Throws Me a Curve (Al Capone at Alcatraz, #4)
The Hidden Side
Lancelot
Who Are You, Trudy Herman?
American Hippo (River of Teeth, #1-2)
The Falcon of Sparta
The Boy from Tomorrow
The Tudor Crown
The Wooden King
Clash of Empires (Clash of Empires #1)
The Ghost Keeper
The Length of a String
The House on Half Moon Street
Fury From the Tomb (The Institute for Singular Antiquities, #1)
Stanley and Hazel
The Backcountry Brides Collection: Eight 18th Century Women Seek Love on Colonial America’s Frontier
My Heart Belongs in Glenwood Springs, Colorado: Millie's Resolve
A Town Called Vengeance
The Flames Of Florence (Da Vinci's Disciples #3)
Manga Classics: Romeo and Juliet
Kept by the Viking (Forgotten Sons, #1)
The Duke's Gambit (A Malcolm & Suzanne Rannoch Historical Mystery Book 15)
The Long Silence: A 1920s' Hollywood noir mystery (A Tom Collins Mystery #1)
Ramble and Roar: A 1920s Novel
Settling the Wind
Sins of the Father (A Countess of Prague Mystery #2)

Jennifer S. Brown

Author of Modern Girls

Jennifer S. Brown lives and writes in the suburbs of Boston. She grew up in Florida, but has slowly discovered the benefits of cold weather, and she's developed a passion for snow shoeing, drinking bourbon in front of the fireplace, and writing while draped with a blanket. She's an avid runner, a voracious reader, and a passionate, if not quite skilled, baker. She lives with her husband and two kids.

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