House of Glass

By Susan Fletcher - Published 2018


Clara Waterfield grew up in the early years of the 20th century with the rare medical condition of having extraordinarily delicate bones, liable ...Read Review

Gum Moon: A Novel of San Francisco Chinatown

By Jeffrey L Staley - Published 2018


Gum Moon, Cantonese for ‘Golden Gate,’ indicates the setting for most of this illuminating novel about the slavery of Chinese girls in San ...Read Review

An Affair with Beauty – The Mystique of Howard Chandler Christy: Romantic Illusions

By James Philip Head - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

Before TV, color movies, and modern printers, Americans devoured magazines and newspapers. Talented illustrators provided eye-catching paintings and drawings for front pages and ...Read Review

Daughter of the Dales (Windfell Manor Trilogy)

By Diane Allen - Published 2018



The novel opens with the death in 1913 of Charlotte, formidable founder of the successful Atkinsons department stores. The stores are familiar to Allen’...Read Review

Season of Grace (Under Northern Skies)

By Lauraine Snelling - Published 2018



1910: Norwegian immigrant Nilda Carson and her brother Ivar are settling into their new life in Minnesota, with their brother Rune and his growing ...Read Review

Tempt Me with Diamonds (The London Jewels Trilogy Book 1)

By Jane Feather - Published 2019



1902. Diana Sommerville returns from South Africa to find the detested Colonel Rupert Lacey in her house. What started as childhood friendship between them ...Read Review

Death of a New American (A Jane Prescott Novel)

By Mariah Fredericks - Published 2019



In 1912, the world is reeling from the sinking of the Titanic.  Americans and Europeans are distraught over the fact that over a thousand ...Read Review

The Miner’s Wife

By Sally Wragg - Published 2018


The Miner’s Wife begins in last-century Britain, with the burial of Hannah Spendlove’s mother, which sets in motion the decision that ...Read Review

Murder in Midtown (A Louise Faulk Mystery)

By Liz Freeland - Published 2019



This second novel featuring would-be-policewoman, Louise Faulk, is an excellent whodunit set in 1913 New York City. The book opens with Louise having finally ...Read Review

Murder at Morrington Hall (A Stella and Lyndy Mystery)

By Clara McKenna - Published 2019



In 1905, Stella Kendrick and her father cross the Atlantic from their home in Tennessee to rural England in order to attend a wedding. ...Read Review

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