The Memory House

By Rachel Hauck - Published 2019



While suspended from the New York City Police Department for assaulting a drug dealer and leaving the scene with the dealer’s abused ...Read Review

Island Song

By Madeleine Bunting - Published 2019


Island Song is set partly in the present day and partly during the Second World War. The main story features Helene, a young ...Read Review

The Light from the Dark Side of the Moon: A Novel

By Norman G. Gautreau - Published 2019


In 2014 Boston, 92-year-old Henry Budge, a retired, widowed history professor and WWII veteran, wants to attend the 70th D-Day ceremonies in France. But ...Read Review

Hear the Echo

By Rob Gittins - Published 2018



Set in a mining town in the Welsh Valleys, this dual-narrative novel centres around an Italian café, “Carini’s”. One strand is the ...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

The Archive of Alternate Endings

By Lindsey Drager - Published 2019



Drager (The Lost Daughter Collective) returns with another look at how stories are told and how they shape people’s lives in this ...Read Review

The Unlikely Occultist: A Biographical Novel of Alice A. Bailey

By Isobel Blackthorn - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

In this biographical novel, 21st-century Australian librarian Heather Brown inherits the manuscript collection of a scholar working on the occult and learns of ...Read Review

Looking for Garbo

By Jon James Miller - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

1939: Greta Garbo may be the Queen of the Silver Screen, but she is very private. Reporters looking for an elusive story track her ...Read Review

The Woman in the White Kimono

By Ana Johns - Published 2019


In her first historical novel, Ana Johns explores the tragic fate of the relationships between American servicemen and Japanese women, and their children, ...Read Review

Mira’s Way (The Miramonde Series)

By Amy Maroney - Published 2018


Mira’s Way, though one of a series, is a stand-alone story that grips from start to finish. It tells the dual tales ...Read Review

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