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Historical Fiction: World History

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Author Book Title
Avi Crispin:  The Cross of Lead (14th c. England) series
  Midnight Magic (15th c. Italy)
  The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle (19th c. England/US)
Barrett, Tracey Anna of Byzantium (Byzantium Empire 1081-1453)
Bell, Ted Nick of Time (Napoleonic War/World War II)
Blackwood, Gary The Shakespeare Stealer (16th c. England) series
Brittney, L. Nathan Fox:  Dangerous Times (16th c. England/Italy)
Cheaney, J.B. Playmaker (16th c. England)
Cooper, Susan Victory (18th c. England)
Cushman, Karen Alchemy and Meggy Swann (16th c. England)
  Catherine Called Birdy (Middle Ages England)
  Midwife's Apprentice (Middle Ages England)
DeAngeli, Marguerite The Door in the Wall (14th c. England)
Engle, Margarita Silver People: Voices from the Panama Canal (1906, Panama Canal)
Fletcher, Susan Alphabet of Dreams (Iran, Nativity)
Giff, Patricia Reilly Nory Ryan's Song (1845 Ireland, Potato Famine)
Golding, Julia Cat O'Nine Tales (18th c. England) series
Gonzalez, Christina Diaz Red Umbrella (1960-1990, Cuba)
Hesse, Karen Letters from Rifka (Jews flight from Russia, 1919)
Kephart, Beth Going Over (1980s, Berlin)
Konigsburg, E.L. The Second Mrs. Giaconda (15th c. Italy)
Korman, Gordon Unsinkable (Titanic)
Lovric, Michelle The Undrowned Child (19th c. Venice)
Marsden, Carolyn Take Me With You (Post World War II Italy)
McGraw, Eloise Mara, Daughter of the Nile (Ancient Egypt)
McKenzie, Nancy Guinevere's Gift (11th c. England)
Meyer, Carolyn Beware, Princess Elizabeth (16th c. England)
  Doomed Queen Anne (16th c. England)
Moss, Marissa Galen:  My Life in Imperial Rome:  An Ancient World Journal
Park, Linda Sue A Long Walk to Water (Sudan Civil War, 1983-2005)
  A Single Shard (Medieval Korea)
Preus, Linda Sue Heart of a Samurai (19th c. Japan)
Rees, Celia The Fool's Girl (16th c. England, Shakespeare)
Skelton, Matthew Story of Cirrus Flux (18th c. England)
Thomson, Sarah L. The Secret of the Rose (16th c. England)
Woelfle, Gretchen All the World's a Stage (16th c. England)