Looking for your next historical fiction book to read? Looking for a great novel to enjoy reading? This directory of historical fiction books written by great authors, novelists and writers will satisfy all tastes and readers.

by Oliver Phipps / US United States

The Civil War is over. But for Sergeant James Taft, there seems to be no end in sight. He had seldom considered what he would do after the war, because he never believed he would live through it. James briefly returns to Pennsylvania in an unsuccessful attempt to work as a farmer. He then sets out to find peace and somehow vanquish the ghosts in his soul. What he can't possibly foresee, as he rides west, is the epic story of tragedy, triumph and finding oneself.


Ever the Wayward Sky - Book cover
by Mercedes Rochelle / US United States

Shakespeare's Witches tell Banquo, "Thou Shalt 'Get Kings Though Thou Be None". Though Banquo is murdered, his son Fleance gets away. What happened to Fleance? What Kings? The road to kingship had a most inauspicious beginning, and we follow Fleance into exile and death, passing the Witches' prophecy to his son Walter. Born on the wrong side of the blanket and raised in disgrace, Walter was caught inside of a destiny he barely understood.


Heir To A Prophecy - Book cover
by Mercedes Rochelle / US United States

Richard II found himself under siege not once, but twice in his minority. Crowned king at age ten, he was only fourteen when the Peasants' Revolt terrorized London. But he proved himself every bit the Plantagenet successor, facing Wat Tyler and the rebels when all seemed lost. Alas, his triumph was short-lived, and for the next ten years he struggled to assert himself against his uncles and increasingly hostile nobles.


A King Under Siege - Book cover
by Marcia Maxwell / US United States

In the spring of 1917, Walter “Pat” Lusk is lonely and bored. Sitting at his desk at Dow Chemical where he earns $12 a week shuffling papers, he dreams of the glory experienced by his grandfather, a Civil War cavalry officer, as World War I rages across Europe.


For Two Cents, I'll Go With You (book) by Marcia Maxwell
by Carlene Havel / US United States

Princess Michal was the youngest daughter of ancient Israel's first king. More than thirty centuries ago, she fell in love with and married a hero named David. When Michal helped David escape from her insane father, King Saul punished her by giving her to another man. Years after being banished, the Princess became a pawn in negotiations between Judea and Israel.

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The Second Korean War
The Second Korean War - Book cover
by Ted Halstead