History isn’t some inaccessible 700+ page tome that requires a masters degree to understand
If you like history and are a conservative, you’re going to want to read everything Craig Shirley has written.
This review first appeared on FutureFemaleLeader.com History nerds will geek out over this in depth but surprisingly readable biography of famous Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall by historian and biographer Richard Brookhiser. As someone who loved history in school but has since pursued mostly other interests, this was a good foray back into the…
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History meets a courtroom drama in Lincoln’s Last Trial, which chronicles the last murder trial that Lincoln defended before becoming the 16th president
If you’re anything like me you’re absolutely fascinated by historical mysteries and historical tragedies and there is nothing that fits the bill quite like the murder of the Romanov royal family
In honor of the publication of Fatal Throne: The Wives of Henry VIII Tell All, check out some of these books that dive into the individual wives of Henry and their personal stories.
The wives of Henry VIII tell all in this collection which gives each wife their own voice to talk about their life before Henry, during their courtship, and on their way to their end
On the Ides of March, celebrated now as March 15th, Julius Caesar was, spoiler alert, stabbed to death.
Peggy Schuyler is more than “and Peggy” in this new YA historical take on the Schuyler sisters and their adventures in the Revolutionary War.
The ball is over, the husband is dead, and the wife is nowhere to be found. What actually happened that night, and will their family ever be the same?
If you love diving into the past where the leader was way more dramatic and womanizing than Donald Trump could ever hope to be, pick up one of these books about Henry VIII