20th Century

Loss of Innocence

By Richard North Patterson - Published 2013



The 1960s were volatile, impassioned, and revolutionary years. In this prequel to Fall from Grace, Richard North Patterson deviates from many of his ...Read Review

The Sleep Room

By F. R. Tallis - Published 2013



Readers of Frank Tallis’ Max Liebermann mystery series can rest assured that Tallis is just as good a writer when he’s not ...Read Review

Listening To Brahms

By Rosemary Allen - Published 2013


Listening to Brahms is a story of self-discovery and of one woman confronting the events of her past. It is Christmas 1989 when Margaret ...Read Review

Heirs and Graces

By Rhys Bowen - Published 2013



Heirs and Graces, the seventh installment in Rhys Bowen’s Royal Spyness mystery series, finds Lady Georgiana Rannoch at Kingsdowne Place, the home ...Read Review

A Place at the Table

By Susan Rebecca White - Published 2013


In Susan Rebecca White’s A Place at the Table, her third novel, a passion for cuisine serves to unite people and to ...Read Review

A Spider in the Cup

By Barbara Cleverly - Published 2013



Barbara Cleverly’s latest Joe Sandilands mystery is an international affair. In 1933 London, a woman’s body is unearthed on the banks of ...Read Review

World War I Tales: The War Game

By Terry Deary - Published 2013


Children/Young AdultMilitary

France, December 1914. Private Albert Watson is on his way to the Western Front. His mate, Charlie, an experienced soldier, tells him that the ...Read Review


By Jillian Cantor - Published 2013


Alternate History

Margie Franklin prefers to live a quiet and solitary life. She works as a secretary in a Philadelphia law firm and doesn’t ...Read Review

Samson: A Saviour will Rise

By Shawn Hoffman - Published Thomas Nelson


The opening scene of a man being flayed alive may shock religious fiction fans unaccustomed to graphic violence. Samson Abrams is a Jewish ...Read Review

A Home in the Country

By Sheelagh Mawe - Published 2013


Biographical Fiction

This claims to be a true story and doubtless it is, but to classify it as non-fiction would be a disservice to the ...Read Review