Editors' Choice

The Glovemaker

By Ann Weisgarber - Published 2019


Ann Weisgarber excels at the slowly unfurling tale, where the characters’ waiting and indecision build tension as deftly as any action sequence. The ...Read Review

The Huntress

By Kate Quinn - Published 2019


Ian Graham and Nina Markova are different from other people in their post-WWII world. In her words: “You – in war you hunt stories, ...Read Review

The Wolf and the Watchman

By Niklas Natt och Dag - Published 2019



The year is 1793. In Stockholm, Sweden, a body is discovered in Larder Lake. Cecil Winge, a former prosecuting attorney suffering from consumption and ...Read Review

To Build a Fire: Based on Jack London’s Classic Story

By Christophe Chabouté - By Laura Waters (trans.) - Published 2018


Jack London’s spare, elemental story is a perfect fit for the exceptional talents of Chabouté. Set in the gold rush of 1896 in ...Read Review

The Mystery of Three Quarters (Hercule Poirot Mysteries)

By Sophie Hannah - Published 2018



When four seemingly unconnected individuals receive letters claiming to be from Hercule Poirot and accusing them of murdering the same person, it gets ...Read Review

The Shining Fragments

By Robin Blackburn McBride - Published 2018


Eight-year-old Joe Conlon’s dear Mam dies on their ship’s passage from Ireland to Canada in 1882. A grandmotherly passenger takes Joe and ...Read Review

The Lost Girls of Paris

By Pam Jenoff - Published 2019


The Lost Girls of Paris is uniquely told in alternating voices and timelines between 1946 and 1943. In 1946, Grace Healey is passing through Grand Central ...Read Review

Daughter of Moloka’i

By Alan Brennert - Published 2019


Ruth (Watanabe) Harada is a survivor of not one, but two forced internments. When her parents were infected with leprosy, they were exiled ...Read Review

Wild Justice: A Page Murdock Novel (Page Murdock Novels)

By Loren D. Estleman - Published 2018



Author of ten previous Page Murdock books, Estleman now brings Murdock into 1896, feeling his age and saddened by the sudden death of his ...Read Review

Dark Water

By Elizabeth Lowry - Published 2018



Boston, 1883. Hiram Carver, a callow, pampered youth, takes up his first position as assistant surgeon on board USS Orbis. Aged 21, and never having ...Read Review

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