Here they are in no particular order:
A SOUTHERN SPY IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA by Charles V. Mauro
CROSS OVER THE RIVER: Lives of Stonewall Jackson, by Bruce Weir Benidt
RIDE THE WIND by Lucia St. Clair Robson
FOR THE BIRDS (Tall Pines Mystery) by Aaron Paul Lazar
After Marcella Hollister’s quarrelsome mother, Thelma, is kidnapped, Marcella must find her—somewhere in the tall pines of the six-million-acre Adirondack Park. Bizarre “tips” from the parakeet Ruby help Marcella, much to the chagrin of the FBI, who wants her to stay out of the investigation.
Finalist in 2011 ForeWord Book of the Year Award in the Mystery category
Genre: Christian-themed Suspense/Time Travel
Maggie Poinsett has the opportunity to change history. When she steps through the rusty gate, she’s thrust into the middle of the Civil War. Disguising herself as a boy, she joins forces with photographer, Thomas MacKinlay, the man she traveled through time to save. Falling in love with him certainly complicates things.
Nominated for Global Ebooks Award
DEATH ON DELIVERY by Anne K. Edwards
Jania Yewbanks never should have opened a package meant for her husband and decided to keep the contents for herself. She paid the ultimate price. It is her obit in a local paper that sets Hannah Clare on the trail of a murder for hire ring.
CAVES, CANNON and CRINOLINES by Beverly McClure
Genre: YA Historical Fiction
Honor Winner in the 2012 Eric Hoffer Awards, YA Category
Finalist in the Global eBook Award, YA
Classics you may wish to try.
NORTHWEST PASSAGE by Kenneth Roberts
Genre: Historical Fiction
This is the story of Major Robert Rogers and the early Rangers of the French and Indian War. Even if you’re not interested in the time period, the writing is so good, you’ll love the journey!
SHANNA by Kathleen Woodiwiss
Woodiwiss is the “founding mother of the historical romance” genre and I can recommend anything she wrote. The Flame and the Flower and Ashes in the Wind are two other favorites.