Helena Schrader's Historical Fiction

Dr. Helena P. Schrader is the winner of more than 20 literary accolades. For a complete list of her awards see: http://helenapschrader.com

Helena is represented by Laurie Blum Guest at the Re-Naissance Agency.

For readers tired of clichés and cartoons, award-winning novelist Helena P. Schrader offers nuanced insight to historical events and figures based on sound research and an understanding of human nature. Her complex and engaging characters bring history back to life as a means to better understand ourselves.

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

"Brilliantly crafted" - 5 Stars for "Moral Fibre" from Readers Favorite

3 Readers' Favorite Reviews all give "Moral Fibre" 5-Stars


"The story moves from the high drama of aerial combat, complicated assignments to dangerous missions, and evolving professional relationships, to the equally high drama of falling in love, family entanglements, and a mysterious family history."

"The action is constant, the tension palpable, and the outcomes never predictable."

"...a tantalizing, completely comprehensible tale of human frailty and strengths that blend into a unique experience for her readers."

"Moral Fibre is brilliantly crafted in its delicate treatment of an evolving relationship, based first on tragedy for both Kit and Georgina...."

"The style of the narrative beautifully combines a sweet, romantic love affair, amidst the horrors of war, coupled with a detailed narrative of life aboard a Lancaster bomber."

"The author wonderfully combines the fear and courage of the airmen with the fortitude, dedication, and love of those left behind to create a story that is so much more than a straight war story."
"The thoughtful conversations between the members of Kit’s crew and between Georgina’s minister father and Kit were very much a highlight of the story from my perspective. I particularly appreciated how the Reverend’s faith was challenged by the atrocities committed during the war, particularly by, but not limited to, the Nazi regime."

Read all three reviews in full here.


Riding the icy, moonlit sky,

they took the war to Hitler. 

Their chances of survival were less than fifty percent. 

Their average age was 21.

This is the story of just one bomber pilot, his crew and the woman he loved. 

It is intended as a tribute to them all.  

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Disfiguring injuries, class prejudice and PTSD are the focus of three heart-wrenching tales set in WWII by award-winning novelist Helena P. Schrader. Find out more at: https://crossseaspress.com/grounded-eagles







"Where Eagles Never Flew" was the the winner of a Hemingway Award for 20th Century Wartime Fiction and a Maincrest Media Award for Military Fiction. Find out more at: https://crossseaspress.com/where-eagles-never-flew

For more information about all my books visit: https://www.helenapschrader.com


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