HNR Issue 69 (August 2014)

Murder and Mendelssohn

By Kerry Greenwood - Published 2014

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

When a disliked chorus conductor turns up dead, sheet music from Mendelssohn’s Messiah crammed down his throat, it’s up to Detective ...Read Review

Motherland

By Maria Hummel - Published 2014

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Motherland is a disturbing novel. Set in Germany during the last months of the war, it’s the story of Frank Kappus, a ...Read Review

Field of Shadows: The Remarkable True Story of the English Cricket Tour of Nazi Germany 1937

By Dan Waddell - Published 2014

Genres:

Nonfiction

In 1937 an amateur cricket club from Worcestershire undertook a tour of Berlin to play three matches against German cricket clubs. With Germany at ...Read Review

In the Field of Grace

By Tessa Afshar - Published 2014Published 2014-08-15

Genres:

InspirationalRomance

The Book of Ruth is a touching Biblical account of piety and devotion, following a young widow who accompanied her mother-in-law into a ...Read Review

Stormbird (War of the Roses)

By Conn Iggulden - Published 2014Published 2014-07-08

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In this first of an anticipated trilogy, Iggulden turns his attention to the two powerful noble houses with potential claims to the English ...Read Review

A Plague of Sinners

By Paul Lawrence - Published 2014

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

The hot and plague-haunted summer of 1665 is a very bad time to be in London, but Harry Lytle, former Tower clerk and now ...Read Review

A Shocking Delight

By Jo Beverley - Published 2014

Genres:

Romance

England, 1817. In this Regency romance, Lucy Potter, a cit’s wealthy daughter, is forced by social circumstances to have a London season. She ...Read Review

It Takes a Scandal

By Caroline Linden - Published 2014Published 2014-05-08

Genres:

Romance

This enjoyable Regency romance is second in a series inspired by reader interest in Fifty Shades of Grey. Not only do we find ...Read Review

Baudelaire’s Revenge

By Bob Van Laerhoven - By Brian Doyle (trans.) - Published 2014

Genres:

LiteraryMystery/CrimeThriller

“Love could be the cruelest motive, he thought. And blood the oldest messenger.” As the Prussians bear down on Paris in 1870, a series ...Read Review

The Wild Dark Flowers: A Novel of Rutherford Park

By Elizabeth Cooke - Published 2014Published 2014-07-01

Genres:

Saga

The Wild Dark Flowers is the second novel in the Rutherford Park series. It begins in 1915. Harry Cavendish, the son and heir, is ...Read Review

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