Considerations are:
        Someone Knows My Name (aka The Book of Negroes) - Lawrence Hill 
        Silent Friends - A Quaker Quilt - Margaret Lacey
        Hannah Coulter - Wendell Berry  (Rec by Parker Palmer - not sure if there's a Quaker theme)
        Falling to Heaven - Jeanne Peterson  (2 Quaker Americans trek into Tibet)
        The Witch's Advocate - Richard Maule  (Quaker who advocates for Salem witches)
        Mary Dyer Illuminated - (One of the four Quaker Martyrs hanged in Boston in mid-1600s)
        World of Trouble: A Philadelphia Quaker Family's Journey Through the American Revolution 
                    (Story of Drinker Family in Phila)
        Kendall Sparrow - Barbara Leutke  (1650 - Fictionalized telling of Elizabeth Fletcher and her
                    convincement by George Fox)
        Seneca Falls Inheritance  (One in a series of murder mysteries - this one takes place
                    during the SF Convention).
        Through Gold Eagle (Part of the Seneca Falls Series - Story of John Brown, his funders,
                    attack on Harper's Ferry).
        The Kitchen House ( In this gripping novel, a dark secret threatens to expose the best
                    and worst in everyone tied to the estate at a thriving plantation in
                    Virginia in the decades before the Civil War).
        Glory Over Everything (A heart racing story about a man’s treacherous journey through
                    the twists and turns of the Underground Railroad on a mission to
                    save the boy he swore to protect).
Future books may just come from this 2019 article

Most of the books should be available from a public library or other online source.  Should you wish to purchase, please consider FGC Quaker Books and then some of the online used books stores, such as:

Pendle Hill Books
FGC Quaker Books

Susan Vorwerk, 6/25/2020