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A Taste of Historical Fiction

As many of you know, I’m having a wonderful time researching and reading a lot about the history of central Maryland – all for a book that I hope will be published later this year. This has been my Covid escape – trying to bring to life our collective ancestors and what their lives were like during the challenges they faced. It has offered me a healthier perspective on the challenges and moral decisions we face today as a species.

As part of this project, I have been reading a lot of historical fiction. A book I am currently ready is The House on Hatemonger Hill by Eileen Haavik McIntire. Eileen is a talented author and has a number of good books in print. I suggest you check her out on Amazon or on her website. I have found them to be good reads and very informative.

Let me know if you have a Historical Novel that you treasure. I have learned a lot reading what others have written.

Keep Reading,



  1. Yes, mine
    The Last Skipjack
    Md. Eastern shore before and after
    Cambridge riots 1960s

    Better than mine:
    Salt of the Sea Rura Sepetys
    This is Happiness Niall Williams


  2. Murf Moorefield says:

    Hey Ned, your neighbors across the River now have a very active Historical Society. Please see We are scheduling a History Hike this Spring, and you can see many past interviews and presentations right on the website. We welcome all who are interested to join us. Murf


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