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A Picture of Murder (A Lady Hardcastle Mystery)

By T. E. Kinsey - Published 2018



In 1909, life is relatively quiet in England, the clouds of global warfare still a few years in the future. Lady Hardcastle and her ...Read Review

Four Soldiers

By Hubert Mingarelli - By Sam Taylor (trans.) - Published 2018



In 1919, the Russian civil war grinds to a temporary halt as the opposing factions hunker down in the face of a more powerful ...Read Review

The Sacco Gang

By Andrea Camilleri - By Stephen Sartarelli (trans.) - Published 2018



Camilleri is one of Italy’s most prominent writers, with books in his Montalbano crime series frequently listed as New York Times bestsellers. ...Read Review

Country Dark

By Chris Offutt - Published 2018



It’s been almost twenty years since Offutt’s last work of fiction, but the wait has been worth it. In Country Dark, ...Read Review

Jack Waters

By Scott Adlerberg - Published 2018


Jack Waters is a professional gambler, the indolent son of a Confederate war hero who died at Shiloh when Waters was a baby. ...Read Review

The Last Man in Europe

By Dennis Glover - Published 2017


Biographical Fiction

Eric Blair, known to the world by his pen name, George Orwell, spent his youthful journalistic career writing about England’s working class. ...Read Review

The Coming

By David Osborne - Published 2017


Much has been written about the Lewis and Clark expedition to the uncharted territories of America’s Northwest, including biographies of Sacajawea, the ...Read Review

Operation Agreement: Jewish Commandos and the Raid on Tobruk

By John Sadler - Published 2016



In this thoroughly researched work, Sadler tells the heroic and little-known World War II story of Operation Agreement, an Allied offensive in North ...Read Review

Like A River from Its Course

By Kelli Stuart - Published 2016


While the story of World War II’s Jewish Holocaust is well known, what still remains clouded in history is the enormous death ...Read Review


By Thomas Mullen - Published 2016



In 1948, the city of Atlanta hires its first African-American police officers. Although uniformed and armed, the eight new officers find they are still ...Read Review

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