VJ Books Presents Books for the History Buffs
Historical fiction books may have characters who are
either imaginary or who actually lived during the time period.
Settings also may be real or imaginary. The plot events may be
documented historical events or they may be fictional. If they are
fictional, it means that the author created the events for the
telling of the story. The fictional characters, settings, and plot
events must be portrayed authentically as if they actually could
Consider Stephen Hunter's THE THIRD BULLET - as he tells the story of the assassination of JFK. It is an engrossing tale that makes you wonder "what if?"