In Amalie Howard’s Civil War-era romance, “The Duke in Question,” a crafty spy on a mission crosses paths with the man who’s both adversary and object of her desire.
Amalie Howard’s romance, “The Duke in Question,” took inspiration from a real-life Black woman who worked as a spy during the American Civil War.
In “Hope Is Built,” Davalynn Spencer’s historical novel about the Cañon City region, mysterious deaths surround a coveted parcel of land.
As she folded regional lore into the latest edition of her Cañon City Chronicles, author Davalynn Spencer found that the famous bear Old Mose figured into “Hope Is Built.”
Explore Booksellers in Aspen recommends a historical novel, poetry examining violence and philosophical perspectives on the universe.
Disparate scenes witnessed by the narrator in Sandra Dallas’ Denver-based historical novel, “Little Souls,” set the stage for a long personal nightmare.
When author Sandra Dallas sent “Little Souls” off to her agent several years ago, nobody cared. Finally, amid COVID, she got a call: “Remember that manuscript…?”
Aimie K. Runyan’s historical novel, “The School for German Brides,” introduces a protagonist who will be unwillingly matched with a German officer at the dawn of World War II.
Author Aimie K. Runyan’s shocking discovery while looking into Nazi wedding traditions created the framework for her novel “The School for German Brides.”
The staff at Out West Books, the Grand Junction book store, offers three recommendations for women-centered historical fiction.