2020 Top Historical Fiction

It’s that time of year again! Not only is Christmas right around the corner, but it’s time to reveal our top five selections for multiple reading genres for 2020! And what a year 2020 has been! Thank goodness for books! And to kick it off, we are sharing our top five picks for historical ficiton!

Wolf by Herman J. Stern

Thoroughly researched with characters that easily mixed the reality of Hitler’s rise to power through a couple of fictional characters. It’s not hard to see why this topped our list!

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The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate

Wingate’s ability to bring little known past occurrences to life never ceases to amaze us. This year’s story about the circulated newspapers detailing families separated when the South was liberated after the Civil War was no objection. We enjoyed every word!

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Bodies in the Tiber by Vincent B. Davis II

We have been waiting for the conclusion to this series since it began! The third installment dives headfirst into ancient Roman politics and Davis shows that things today are as different as we’d like to think!

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The Love Note by Joanna Davidson Politano

It’s not often that a new release reads like a classic novel, but that just want this did. Fans of Jane Eyre will love this beautifully written tale!

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Stories That Bind Us by Susie Finkbeiner

Certain authors are able to master history’s social injustice issues and make them feel just as fresh today. Finkbeiner gives us a tremendous story showing the cruelty of racism and how it shouldn’t even exist!

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