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Sites containing information on the works and the life of author, Bruce Alexander. Bruce Alexander is the pen name used by Bruce Cook. Bruce Alexander is best known for his eighteenth-century British historical figure Sir John Fielding. His hometown is Chicago, and he worked for many years as a newspaper editor. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Judith Aller.
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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Sidney Allinson. He is a Canadian novelist and military historian.
Jean Auel (Jean Marie Untinen), US author, born February 18, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Irving Bacheller. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and his works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Irving Bacheller (1859-1950). He worked as a newspaper journalist, and served as war correspondent during World War I. Irving Bacheller is best remembered for his book, "Eben Holden: a Tale of the North Country."
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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Howard Bahr. Howard Bahr was born in 1946 in Meridian, Mississippi and is best known for his historical fiction. For many years, he worked as a curator at William Faulkner's home, Rowan Oak.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Christine Echeverria Bender. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and her works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Christine Echeverria Bender. Christine Echeverria Bender is an Idaho native and currently lives in Boise with her husband, Doug, and their two sets of twins. She was awarded the key to Corpus Christi, Texas for her novel, "Challenge the Wind."
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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Taylor Caldwell (1900-1985). Taylor Caldwell is the pen name most often used by Janet M. Reback, and she also wrote under the pseudonyms Marcus Holland and Max Reiner. Her works detail real historical events or people. Her 1981 novel "Answer As a Man" made the New York Times best-seller list before its official publication date, and many of her books were dramatized for television and movies.
Sites containing information on the works and the lives of W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear. Michael had worked as a field archaeologist specializing in physical anthropology. In 1981, Michael started writing historical fiction due to his annoyance at historical inaccuracies in Western fiction. Kathleen had worked for the government as an historian and as an archeologist. She has twice received the federal government's "Special Achievement Award" for outstanding management of our nation's cultural heritage. Kathleen and Michael currently operate an anthropological research company called Wind River Archaeological Consultants. The authors are best known for the books in their "People" series.
Sites containing information on the works and the life of Susanna Gregory. Susanna Gregory is best known for her "Matthew Bartholomew" series.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on William Hughes. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and his works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of William Hughes. William Hughes has written "Baltimore Iconoclast" and "Andrew Jackson vs. New World Order."
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Gary Jennings. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and his works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Gary Jennings (d. Feb. 13, 1999). Gary Jennings is best known for his book, "Aztec." He served as a soldier-reporter in the Korean War, and he was awarded the Bronze Star Medal.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Dennis P. McIntire. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and his works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Dennis P. McIntire. Dennis P. McIntire is a free-lance writer and lives in Zanesville, Ohio.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Rosalie More. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and his works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Rosalie More. Rosalie More is best known for her historical fiction focused on the early 1800s before America entered the Mexican War and the Civil War. She is a former grade school teacher and is also an artist. In 1998, her book Allegiance was a Golden Heart finalist.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Sharon Kay Penman. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and her works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Sharon Kay Penman. Sharon Kay Penman is best known for her historical fiction set in medieval England and Wales. She has been nominated for an Edgar Award.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Claire-Marie Watson. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and her works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Claire-Marie Watson. Claire-Marie Watson is a member of The Society of Authors in Scotland and was the winner of the Dundee Book Prize 2002.
This category is for URLs dealing with information on Janice Woods Windle. The sites may include books reviews, articles and interviews, fan clubs and forums, or anything else that has to do with the author and her works.

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Sites containing information on the works and the life of Janice Woods Windle. Janice Woods Windle has written historical fiction based on the lives of her ancestors. She lives in El Paso, Texas, with her husband, Wayne. She has been active in the political arena, and earned a degree in political science from the University of Texas at El Paso.
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