20th Century

Call for Blood (A Jonathan Preston novel)

By Steve Doherty - Published 2015



Call for Blood is the second outing by Steve Doherty’s Agent Jon Preston, a keen, super-competent operative for the British Special Operations ...Read Review

A Fine Imitation

By Amber Brock - Published 2016


Co-ed Vera Longacre is the epitome of an old money New York heiress: intelligent, beautiful, reserved, and above all a compliant daughter—until ...Read Review

Without Leave

By Deborah Fleming - Published 2014


In 1967 San Francisco, Seaman David Shields is on shore leave from the USS Loyola, having returned from service in the Western Pacific. He ...Read Review

The Two-Family House

By Lynda Cohen Loigman - Published 2016



The time frame is the late 1940s, the place is Brooklyn. Common to that era, two Jewish families share two floors of a ...Read Review

Three-Martini Lunch

By Suzanne Rindell - Published 2016


Three-Martini Lunch is an ambitious, enveloping exploration into the lives of three young adults struggling to make their way in their lives and ...Read Review


By Rebecca Hunt - Published 2015



This is an absorbing dual-time-period adventure novel. In 2013, a three-member crew sets out for Everland, an Antarctic island, retracing the steps of another ...Read Review

Wolf Hollow

By Lauren Wolk - Published 2016


Children/Young Adult

In western Pennsylvania during WWII, there was an area in between farmlands called Wolf Hollow. The name, coined several generations back, originated from ...Read Review

Sidney Chambers and the Dangers of Temptation: The Grantchester Mysteries

By James Runcie - Published 2016



Fans of the Grantchester Mysteries will love the fifth installment, which is set again in the little Cambridgeshire village. In the six stories ...Read Review

The First Nazi: Erich Ludendorff, the Man Who Made Hitler Possible

By Alex Rovt - By Denise Drace-Brownell - By Will Brownell - Published 2016



General Erich Ludendorff (1865-1937) was one of the highest-ranking German generals during World War I, second only to General Paul von Hindenburg, yet ...Read Review


By Christoph Fischer - Published 2015


Biographical Fiction

Ludwika tells the story of a real Polish woman, Ludwika, who was taken to Germany in the Second World War in order to ...Read Review