Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Top Ten Historical Fiction

City of Tranquil Light. Bo Caldwell. 2010. Henry Holt. 304 pages.

Mine is the Night. Liz Curtis Higgs. 2011. Waterbrook. 464 pages.

The Colonel's Lady. Laura Frantz. 2011. Revell. 412 pages.

Wonderland Creek. Lynn Austin. 2011. Bethany House. 400 pages.

The Help. Kathryn Stockett. 2009. Thorndike Press. 722 pages.

The Sunne in Splendour: "A fascinating portrait of the controversial King Richard III--a monarch betrayed in life by his allies and betrayed in death by history." by Sharon Kay Penman. 1982. 944 pages.

The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb. Melanie Benjamin. 2011. Random House. 425 pages.

A Heart Most Worthy. Siri Mitchell. 2011. Bethany House. 384 pages.

Mrs. Mike: "The Heartwarming Classic Story of the Boston Girl Who Married A Rugged Canadian Mountie." by Benedict & Nancy Freedman. 1947. 284 pages.
A Most Unsuitable Match. Stephanie Grace Whitson. 2011. Bethany House. 336 pages.

© 2011 Becky Laney of Becky's Book Reviews

1 comment:

Christina T said...

I read The Help this year too and it is one of my favorite books of 2011. I have Wonderland Creek and need to read it soon. I also want to read The Colonel's Lady. Mrs. Mike looks interesting. I wonder if that novel was the inspiration for Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.