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The Infidel


The Nazis, the occult, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer . . . historical fiction at some of its most compelling. . . . John Scott Gruner. The Infidel. 400p., $16.99, Deep River Books. The Infidel is a supernatural historical thriller set inside … Continue reading

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The First Stone


A historical novel of redemption. . . . Kim Pearson Weise. The First Stone. $15.99, Deep River Books. Chava is still just a girl when she makes a life-changing decision; to escape from abuse that threatens to follow her, she … Continue reading

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He Called Himself a Barnstormer


Another one from the fiction-based-on-fact department, this one in the more historical vein. . . . Charlotte Reynolds. He Called Himself a Barnstormer. 334p., $15.99, Deep River Books. He Called Himself a Barnstormer is a fictionalized story about a real man, … Continue reading

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