20th Century

The Bride Hunt

By Jane Feather - Published 2004

Genres:

Romance

This second volume in the Matchmaker series, set in early 20th century London, features Prudence, the middle Duncan sister: intelligent, serious, beautiful, with ...Read Review

Toward the Sunrise

By Judith Pella - Published 2003

Genres:

Inspirational

The three Keagan sisters take the fortitude, hope, and wisdom of faith-filled Americans into the vilest of global war situations in this third ...Read Review

The Horse in the Kitchen: Stories of a Mexican-American Family

By Ralph M. Flores - Published 2004

Genres:

Saga

Mr. Flores, a retired schoolteacher, grew up with the stories his father told him about his childhood in Mexico; they eventually inspired Flores ...Read Review

Guardian of the Horizon

By Elizabeth Peters - Published 2004

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

This is the sixteenth installment in the ever-entertaining Amelia Peabody mystery series. It does not fall short of expectations either. It is an ...Read Review

A Fugue in Hell’s Kitchen

By Hal Glatzer -

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Second in the Katy Green series, once again the scene is set in 1930s New York City, this time at a school of ...Read Review

The Sight of the Stars

By Belva Plain - Published 2004

Genres:

Saga

In 1907 Adam Arning turns thirteen, a major event ruined by learning that his parents never married. He works in his father’s shop ...Read Review

Long George Alley

By Richard Hall - Published (c1972)Published 2004

Genres:

A chorus of voices revolves, each taking a turn to reveal the story of Long George Alley, a black ghetto in Mississippi. There’...Read Review

The Affair of the Incognito Tenant

By Lora Roberts - Published 2004

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

When Charlotte Dodson’s husband dies suddenly, leaving her a widow with a young son, she is fortunate to find a position as ...Read Review

The Great Fire

By Shirley Hazzard - Published 2003

Genres:

RomanceSaga

The Great Fire follows Aldred Leith, 32 years of age and a decorated British war hero, whose post-war mission is to document the aftermath ...Read Review

The Girl Who Played Go

By Shan Sa - Published 2003

Genres:

Adventure

They say that Go, a strategic two-player game popular in both China and Japan, takes only five minutes to learn but a lifetime ...Read Review