Christine's Book List of Genealogy Fiction. Fiona Mountain. Genealogy in Fiction. Genealogy Mysteries Old Bones Genealogy. Goodreads - Popular Genealogy Fiction Books. Jimmy Fox. Genealogical mystery novels. From New Orleans to the piney woods, climbing Louisiana family trees can be murder. Author of "The Ticket" an unforgettable and touching account of a true American family, filled with ambition, promises, love and loss, and ultimately, a legacy of survival. It is the first in a trilogy of novels pertaining to extended family sagas; each novel twists and turns through generations of carefully researched historical events and personal circumstances.
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Also author of "Seed of the Volga. Karin Kaufman. It is one of the few fictional stories that include genealogy as a main plot. Stop, You.
The Last of the Blacksmiths. A novel by Claire Gebben, based on one of her ancestors and his life. Historical fiction about a 19th century blacksmith who comes to America from the Bavarian Rhineland inspired by Cooper. Sherri Knight's book about justice in nineteenth century Texas. Designed and developed by fusionSpan. Categories Follow Us. Blood Atonement A book by Dan Waddell. Bloodline By Fiona Mountain. Dead Men Die By E. Die And Die By E.
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Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. Search for all books with this author and title. Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. Published by iUniverse New Paperback Quantity Available: 1. Seller Rating:. Her stories will intrigue—and sometimes stun—any Laura Ingalls Wilder fan. Tons of background research is impeccably cited in source notes.
This book—the basis for a PBS documentary—tells the story of a handpicked group of young GIs who landed in France to conduct a secret mission in These men had one goal: to fool the German army into believing they were an American army thousands strong, and draw their attention away from the actual fighting troops. Hear the interview with the author and filmmaker in the free Genealogy Gems podcast episode The novel intertwines the stories of Vivian and Molly. Decades later, the aged Vivian meets a teenager, Molly, who is struggling to find identity and happiness in the modern foster care system.
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Genealogy Gems Premium members can click here to listen to the full-length interview. This is a genealogical journey, complete with trips to archives, poring over old court cases and dramatic reveals. Based on listener feedback, this was an audience favorite, too! What could be better? This book and interview planted the seed for this genealogy book club! Leslie is a professional genealogist who spent thousands of hours researching the stories she tells about ancestors who left homes in Germany, England and Sweden for new lives in the United States.
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Recommended by a Gems fan. The Forgotten Garden , a novel by Kate Morton. She arrives completely alone with nothing but a small suitcase containing a few clothes and a single book—a beautiful volume of fairy tales. She is taken in by the dockmaster and his wife and raised as their own.
The story of the only midwife in a small Colorado mining town on the Rocky Mountain frontier. A baby is found dead and Gracy is accused as murderer. This series of novels is based on the life of Sarah Agnes Prine, a relative of the author who lived on the Arizona frontier. I will say that this is a sweaty and intense and gritty and face-paced story. You get the dark side of braving the frontier.
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A more mature read. In this tale of a genealogical journey, the best-selling author explores his small-town, middle-class roots in the U. I hunted all over for meanings of any kind—not, I think, simply out of grief of anger at their deaths, but also because the stuff they saved implied that there must have been a reason for saving it….
I believed bigger meanings hid behind little ones, that maybe I could follow them to a source back tens or hundreds of years ago. I wanted to pursue them. I hoped maybe I would find a meaning that would defeat death. An unforgettable personal narrative! The author tells her family history within the criminal and blighted culture of Jersey City, New Jersey, U.
She interweaves the stories of more infamous personalities from her hometown with those of her grandfather and other relatives. The Marriage Certificate by Stephen Molyneux. He begins researching the couple with an idea of returning the certificate to them. Eventually he uncovers several secrets, one with some money attached to it, but others are also chasing this money.
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Surprise twists bring the story into the present day and Peter becomes a genealogical research hero. A beautifully-written history of several generations of a Jewish family in the United States. Draws on an astounding 10, original documents and letters. Also an inspiring read for anyone wishing to write a strictly factual, third-person account of their family history.