historical novel

The story of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and New York Times reporter Lorena Hickok is the basis of the new historical novel, White Houses

Bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini is back with her latest historical novel, Enchantress of Numbers: A Novel of Ada Lovelace

Book Review: "Savage Country" From Robert Olmstead

Oct 13, 2017

Book Review: Barbara Gray reviews author Robert Olmstead's latest historic fiction, Savage Country, detailing this country's last major buffalo hunt.

2017 is the centennial of artist Andrew Wyeth's birth, and author Christina Baker Kline has penned an historical novel based on Wyeth's most famous work, Christina's World

Local author and creative writing professor John Kachuba has released his latest novel, The Savage Apostle.

Bestselling author Shelley Shepard Gray is with Barbara Gray to talk about her newest historical mystery, Deception on Sable Hill.

Louisa Treger is a first-time novelist whose debut is a historical novel about Dorothy Richardson - peer of Virginia Woolf, mistress of H.G. Wells, and central figure in the emergence of a new style of fiction known as “stream of consciousness.” She talks about her book, The Lodger, with our Barbara Gray.

Bestselling author James Lee Burke has taken a break from his beloved Dave Robicheaux series and has written Wayfaring Stranger, a historical thriller that takes a young boy from a chance encounter with Bonnie and Clyde to the trenches of World War II and the oil fields along the Texas-Louisiana coast. James Lee Burke is on the phone with our David Delegator to talk about his new novel and what readers can expect next from him.

Kelly Blewett interviews Ohio-based author Cindy Thomson, who has just released the newest historical fiction novel in her Ellis Island series, Annie’s Story.

The Girls of Atomic City is a fascinating fact-based novel about the women who unknowingly built the atomic bomb while working in the small town of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Author Denise Kiernan was recently in Cincinnati and came by our studio to talk with Lee Hay about these women and this little known part of WWII history.