Fiction, Historical, World War II
The Soldier and the Orphan
Separated by Church and War by Alastair Henry
In twentieth-century England, many working-class people were victims of values and circumstances not of their own making. They were people to whom things were done to, not for. Billy and Tommy Jones and their mother, Mary, were such people. The boys ...
All Of The Colourful Seasons
by Wendy Fraser
The small riverside town has not recovered from The Great Depression, yet WW2 is on the horizon and many young men in town are signing up. Doctor Ben Harder is embittered with his life, he's married to Louisa, the town tart while his heart still ...
Cruelty: The Daughter of Anger and Revenge
A German in a Foreign Land by Lucinda Heck
An historical fiction book that covers four hundred years of the Fritz family. From Germany they travelled to the Banat region where they were given land. The colonists to this area remained German in culture and language. They suffered hard times ...
Flying Through the Ashes
by Beverley Dowling
Is there such a thing as “someone else’s” war? Or are we all affected by the actions of others, both from the past and the present, and even those far away? Flying Through the Ashes follows the story of two women, a mother and her daughter, and ...
by Cynthia Elliott Everest
It’s 1941, near the town of Southampton, Ontario, and five young sisters are reeling from an accident that killed their mother and severely injured their father. With help from their aunt, the sisters strive to keep the family farm operating as ...
Shades of Betrayal
by U. W. Baker
Shades of Betrayal follows the fortunes of a compelling cast of characters in Poland, Germany, France, and England. Starting in peacetime, the saga unfolds over the six-year nightmare that ensues after Hitler invades Poland. From the underground ...
Nine Lives of Kaz
An extraordinary survival story of two Polish families’ deadly journey from Siberia to freedom, during World War II by Victoria Kiellerman
An extraordinary survival story of two families’ journey to freedom during World War II. When you hear about how Stalin tormented hundreds of thousands of people and the devastating stories throughout his overwhelming existence, you wonder how any ...
The Summer of the Train
by Ann Trainor Purdy
Welcome to Spring Cove, a picturesque village with New England charm, rambling farms, sheds, front porches, gardens, clothes lines, flocks of chickens, and party lines. This story transports the reader to the MacWilliams farm and allows the reader ...
The Crooked Timbers
by Ron Hemmings
The year is 1940. England is at war with Germany, and its bustling capital is terrorized nightly by bomb raids. But for Montreal Gazette crime reporter Jeremy Wilde, the opportunity to work in London as a foreign correspondent is thrilling, and his ...
The Blue Box
by M.M. Wagner
Life is fragile, and when it changes without warning, people are changed as well, sometimes irreparably. When circumstances outside our control reshape our lives, who we are and who we have the capacity to become are put to the test. With clarity ...