Historical Fiction USA

Historical Fiction USA

A powerful exploration of hope and resilience The Invisible Ones certainly isn’t an archetypal tale of abuse, loss and resilience with Jaime Grookett giving us a story that, despite its historical setting, feels immediate and real.

Noir Fiction Mystery

Noir Fiction Mystery

Filled with shadows both literal and figurative, “Fast Times, Big City” elegantly combines the hard-edged pessimism, crackling banter, and edginess of classic noir fiction as Shelly Frome takes us back to New York in 1959.

Coming of age historical fiction

Coming of age historical fiction

The strengths and foibles of human beings are what Stevens’ novel is all about, and his character Sam Bott is one of the most vividly etched male characters you will come across in a novel.

20th Century Italian and US Historical Fiction

20th Century Italian and US Historical Fiction

An extensively researched and beautifully observed Biographical Historical Fiction, The Road To Moresco proves a perceptive study of people following their dreams in the only way they know how.

Women’s Crime Fiction

Women's Crime Fiction

A hauntingly riveting read that quickly cranks up a full head of steam, What Happens In Montana delivers a compelling sense of fun and a sure-footed plot with Kim McCollum careful not to sacrifice pace for superfluous detail.

Western Literary Fiction

Western Literary Fiction

For Western readers who appreciate meticulous story-craft and the ability to dodge broad genre clichés it certainly won’t disappoint with its taut, smart and satisfying plot.

Best Historical Noir Crime Novels

Best Historical Noir Crime Novels

Firing on all cylinders as a Historical Noir Crime thriller, police procedural and investigative newsroom drama, Wallace’s smart, extremely vivid narration oozes period authenticity that puts the reader amid evolving events.

Biographies of World War I

Biographies of World War 1

The best biographies offer much more than insight into another’s life and in The Many Adventures of Donnie Malone, Paul E. Doutrich manages the difficult feat of delivering an intimate biography against an epic backdrop of war, aviation and social evolution.

U.S. Alternative Historical Fiction

U.S. Alternative Historical Fiction

Provocative, often deeply unsettling, it’s underpinned by a weighty and deeply thought-provoking plot with Speiser’s narrative wide-ranging and restlessly probing as he introduces his readers to an eclectic cast of superbly imagined characters.

Black & African American Historical Fiction

Black & African American Historical Fiction

Superbly researched, Williams has written a very special novel. One that goes beyond the dictates of bestselling fiction to enlighten and remind us of the long-standing and endemic issues of racism. A Golden Quill read it is unreservedly recommended.