19th Century

Seventeen Coffins

By Philip Caveney - Published 2014


AdventureChildren/Young AdultTime-slip

Tom Affleck’s first time-slip adventure, Crow Boy, took him back to 1645, to an Edinburgh ravaged by bubonic plague, where he met the ...Read Review

The Baron’s Honourable Daughter

By Lynn Morris - Published 2014



With the sudden death of her stepfather, the Earl of Maledon, young Valeria Segrave assumes responsibility for the family estate until her six-year-old ...Read Review

A Beauty So Rare

By Tamara Alexander - Published 2014


Biographical FictionInspirationalRomance

Eleanor Braddock does not expect to marry, being rather plain without much money. When her father shows signs of dementia, she finds she ...Read Review

Why Kings Confess (Sebastian St. Cyr Mysteries (Hardcover))

By C.S. Harris - Published 2014Published 2014-03-04



In the latest mystery featuring Sebastian St. Cyr, aristocratic sleuth in Regency England, a friend of Sebastian’s finds the mutilated body of ...Read Review

An Appetite for Murder: A Frances Doughty Mystery 4 (Frances Doughty Mysteries)

By Linda Stratmann - Published 2014Published 2014-04-08



This is a book in the Frances Doughty mysteries, featuring Miss Doughty, a lady detective, and takes place in Victorian Bayswater in London. ...Read Review


By Tonya Cherie Hegamin - Published 2014


Children/Young Adult

Willow is a riveting coming-of-age story from award-winning author Tonya Cherie Hegamin (Most Loved in All the World). Set in 1848 on the Pennsylvania-Maryland ...Read Review

The Masterful Mr Montague

By Stephanie Laurens - Published 2014



Confession time. Stephanie Laurens is my guilty pleasure. The romance is overblown, the heroines ‘spirited’ and the heroes – all in tightly fitting, Mr ...Read Review

Song of the Shank

By Jeffery Renard Allen - Published 2014Published 2014-06-17


Biographical FictionLiterary

Tom Wiggins was born a slave in Georgia in 1849. He was blind, and also appears to have been autistic—what was once unkindly ...Read Review

The Convictions of John Delahunt

By Andrew Hughes - Published 2014Published 2014-03-13


Biographical FictionMystery/Crime

On a December morning in 1841, a Dublin boy has his throat cut in an apparently motiveless killing. The trial and conviction of John ...Read Review

The Illusionists

By Rosie Thomas - Published 2014Published 2014-02-27


In Victorian London, illusionist Devil Wix’s chance encounter with dwarf performer Carlo Boldoni results in the dynamic duo of Boldoni & Wix, ...Read Review