20th Century

The Sun’s Companion

By Kathleen Jones - Published 2014


The Sun’s Companion by Kathleen Jones is the story of a friendship during turbulent political times. In short alternating segments, we are ...Read Review

The President’s Lunch

By Jenny Bond - Published 2014


In 1933, Iris McIntosh loses her teaching job in Chicago and is forced on the road with thousands of others who are desperate for ...Read Review

Edge of Valor: A Todd Ingram Novel

By John J. Gobbell - Published 2014



August, 1945. The surrender of Japan should have brought a close to the war, and to the need of Commander Todd Ingram’s presence ...Read Review

Call of the Kiwi

By D.W. Lovett (trans.) - By Sarah Lark - Published 2014



Third in the In the Land of the Long White Cloud saga, Call of the Kiwi once again features two female protagonists, as ...Read Review

Close to the Sun

By Donald Michael Platt - Published 2014



This novel of World War II follows the careers of three fighter pilots, two American and one German. Each man is in love ...Read Review

An Irish Doctor in Peace and at War: An Irish Country Novel

By Patrick Taylor - Published 2014



aylor returns with the ninth installment of his series, one of four that features his hero Dr. Fingal Flahertie O’Reilly, a beloved ...Read Review

The Rest Is Silence

By James R. Benn - Published 2014



An unidentified corpse is washed ashore, a great start to an exciting story. The setting of Slapton Sands, a beach on South West ...Read Review

The Lotus and the Storm

By Lan Cao - Published 2014



Be prepared, readers, to travel an emotional rollercoaster from the most profound joy to the most devastating sadness in an astonishing journey in ...Read Review

Churchill’s Iceman: The True Story of Geoffrey Pyke – Genius, Fugitive, Spy

By Henry Hemming - Published 2014



In 2009 classified documents on Geoffrey Pyke (1893-1948), a brilliant maverick inventor and eccentric outsider, were released, showing that MI5 suspected him of spying ...Read Review

A Soldier’s Friend

By Megan Rix - Published 2014


Children/Young Adult

1914. The First World War has begun and it will affect, not only men, women and children, but also animals, particularly cats and dogs. ...Read Review