19th Century

John Eyre: A Tale of Darkness and Shadow

By Mimi Matthews - Published 2021


In 1843, John Eyre leaves his position as a schoolmaster in Lowton, England, to become a private tutor for a pair of young boys ...Read Review

Meet Me under the Kissing Bough

By Anneka R. Walker - By Josi S. Kilpack - By Sarah L. McConkie - Published 2021


Inspirational Romance

Set in England in the early 1800s, this collection contains three romantic Christmas tales of about a hundred pages each. Each story involves ...Read Review

City of Time and Magic (Found Things, 4)

By Paula Brackston - Published 2021



This delightful fourth book in Brackston’s Found Things series picks up where the last, The Garden of Promises and Lies, ended. Xanthe, ...Read Review

The Dead Cry Justice (A Gilded Age Mystery)

By Rosemary Simpson - Published 2021



As we are reminded by 19th-century photographer Jacob Riis’s zealous documentation of the slums, the plight of destitute children is painful to ...Read Review

An Irish Wife

By Deborah Lincoln - Published 2021


This is a love story set against the harsh reality of the immigrant experience in the late 19th century. Niamh Kilgariff leaves Ireland ...Read Review

Bent Tree Bride

By Denise Weimer - Published 2021



Set during the War of 1812, this is the story of Cherokee soldier Sam Hicks and Susanna Moore, the daughter of his American commander. ...Read Review

The Mystery of the Sorrowful Maiden (A Laetitia Rodd Mystery)

By Kate Saunders - Published 2021



Laetitia Rodd is a private detective valued for her common sense, ability to view the dead without screaming, and her nose for a ...Read Review

The Miller’s Daughter

By Elizabeth Gill - Published 2021



1861, County Durham. When Mary is ten, her father, the village miller, walks out, leaving his wife and four children destitute. Mary’s mother ...Read Review

Down a Dark River (An Inspector Corravan Mystery)

By Karen Odden - Published 2021



Set in London in 1878, this mystery novel introduces a new Scotland Yard detective—Inspector Michael Corravan. Much of this novel serves as an ...Read Review

The Wind Chime (Timeshift Victorian Mysteries)

By Alexandra Walsh - Published 2021



In Windsor, England, in 2019, Amelia is completely without family, having lost her daughter and then her parents to serious illness. Without any surviving ...Read Review

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