19th Century

The London Rose: A Regency Romance (Kendall House)

By Rosanne E. Lortz - Published 2023



The arrival of a young lady on her doorstep launches Derbyshire widow, Rose Audeley, on an unexpected trip to London and entry into ...Read Review

Murder in the Mist (A Gaslight Mystery, 5)

By Cora Harrison - Published 2023



At Christmas in 1859, Charles Dickens’ country home of Gad’s Hill is full to bursting. Dickens, his wife and ten children, plus friends, ...Read Review

The Scandalous Confessions of Lydia Bennet, Witch

By Melinda Taub - Published 2023


Historical Fantasy

This historical fantasy is a variation on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in which the youngest Bennet sister is transformed into a ...Read Review

Of Jasmine and Roses

By Jill E. Warner - Published 2023


Inspirational Romance

London, England, 1837. After her mother dies, eight-year-old Anna Beasley’s father sends her from Bombay to London to live with aristocratic relatives. Although ...Read Review

The Grinning Throat (The Mudlark Mysteries)

By Kate Wiseman - Published 2023


Children/Young AdultMystery/Crime

Joe and Edie are poor children who have become Mudlarks, or scavengers for saleable detritus from the Thames river mud, a real occupation ...Read Review

That Bligh Girl

By Sue Williams - Published 2023


Biographical Fiction

The early 1800s. Governance of the convict colony of New South Wales is in disarray and borders on anarchy at the hands of ...Read Review

Opulence and Ashes (A Gilded Gotham Mystery)

By Kate Belli - Published 2023



In the fourth book in her Gilded Gotham Mystery series, Kate Belli resumes the story of journalist Genevieve Stewart, well-ensconced into New York ...Read Review

Her Majesty’s League of Remarkable Young Ladies

By Alison Stegert - Published 2023


AdventureChildren/Young AdultMystery/Crime

Fourteen-year-old Winifred Weatherby is a brilliant inventor, just like her father. She really wants to win the Petit Prix at a science convention ...Read Review

The Investigators

By Anthony Hill - Published 2023


Biographical FictionNautical

Sir John Franklin is best known for leading the doomed expedition in search of the Arctic Northwest Passage and where he perished in 1847. ...Read Review

Chenneville: A Novel of Murder, Loss, and Vengeance

By Paulette Jiles - Published 2023



John Chenneville, a Union soldier, emerges from a months-long coma, discovering the Civil War has ended. He had suffered a severe brain injury ...Read Review