Island Bookstore Main St. Centre
PO Box 1298
Mackinac Island, MI 49757 (906) 847-6202
(November - April:
10:00 AM to 10:00 PM (in high season)
Close earlier in spring and fall.
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(Two island locations: across from Horn's Bar and Horse Corral mall. )
The rich history
of Mackinac Island and the Straits area has inspired many fictional
stories based on that history. We add new items to this section
frequently, so please check back soon!
Mackinac Island Fiction
My Heart Belongs to Mackinac Island by Carrie Fancett Pagels
Although the Winds of Mackinac Inn has been in her mother’s family for generations, Maude Welling’s father refuses to let her run it without the guidance of a husband. So she seeks to prove her worth and independence by working incognito as a maid at the Grand Hotel.
Water Beyond the Bridge
by Sue Allen
Steeped in yearning and illuminated by the shining waters of the Great Lakes, this later-in-life love story gives readers an inside view of Mackinac.
Captured by Love by Jody Hedlund
On occupied Mackinac
Island, voyageur Pierre Durant and local girl Angelique Labelle must
decide where their loyalties lie, and what they will risk for love.
Anne: A Novel
by Constance Fenimore Woolson
Constance Woolson's first novel. The first part of the novel is set on Mackinac Island, where Anne Douglas grows up and then tries to maintain her father's home after her mother dies.
A Grand Murder by Dave Vizard
When a body lands on the porch of the legendary Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, news reporter Nick Steele is pulled into a mysterious death.
by Iola Fuller
Loon Feather is the story of an Indian girl, Oneta,
destined to grow up with the incompatible traditions of her own
people and of the white traders on Mackinac Island - a story of
universal appeal and one of the most popular books ever written
about the conflict of alien peoples.
Price $25.95 Paperback
The Pink Pony by Charles Cutter
In Charles Cutter’s debut novel, The Pink Pony, sailors finishing a well-known race from Port Huron to Mackinac Island celebrate at the local bar, The Pink Pony.