The Woman With the Cure by Lynn Cullen – historical fiction about polio pandemic
The Woman With the Cure is well-written, inspiring, and motivating historical fiction about polio pandemic and the woman who found the cure for it.
The Case of the Emigrant Niece (Major Gask Mysteries #1) by David Cairns of Finavon – mystery set in 1860s Melbourne
The Case of the Emigrant Niece is an interesting and easy mystery set in 1860s Melbourne with some interesting historical facts and details.
Hyderabad (The Partition Trilogy, #2) by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar – historical fiction about India after Independence
Hyderabad is convoluted, touching, and well-written historical fiction about India after Independence. I highly recommend this to historical fiction readers.
Berliners by Vesper Stamper – historical fiction about Berlin Wall
Berliners is thought-provoking and touching historical fiction about Berlin Wall, a complex journey of fraternal twins and their family, and moral and ethical dilemmas.
The Belle of Belgrave Square (Belles of London #2) by Mimi Matthews – most romantic historical fiction
I’m pleased to be part of the blog tour for The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews organized by Laurel @Austenprose PR. This is refreshing, swoon-worthy, heartmelting, and most romantic historical fiction. Disclaimer-…
The Winter Orphans by Kristin Beck – Historical Fiction about Real People and Events
The Winter Orphans is emotional, heartbreaking, and mindblowing historical fiction about real people and events. I highly recommend this to fans of historical fiction.
The Map and the Scissors by Amit Majmudar, a story of clashing personalities and partition
The Map and the Scissors is extraordinary, thought-provoking, epic, and beautifully written historical fiction, a story of clashing personalities and partition that brought back history to life. Disclaimer – Many thanks to the…
Miss Aldridge Regrets by Louise Hare – intriguing historical murder mystery
Miss Aldridge Regrets is engaging and intriguing historical murder mystery with many layers and perfect setting. Discalimer – Many thanks to Berkley for eARC via NetGalley.This post contains affiliate links Synopsis Would make…
The Mad Girls of New York by Maya Rodale, historical fiction on real historical figure
The Mad Girls of New York is interesting, vivid and inspiring historical fiction based on real historical figure of New York City’s Gilded Age.
A Perfect Equation by Elizabeth Everett – hate-to-love historical romance
A Perfect Equation second book in The Secret Scientists of London series that can be easily read as a standalone. It is an entertaining, uplifting, and swoon-worthy, hate-to-love historical romance. Disclaimer – Many…