Multi-Period

The Glass Ocean

By Beatriz Williams and Lauren Willig and Karen White - Published 2018

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In 2013, author Sarah Blake has writer’s block. Her first book was a big hit, but now she has no ideas. Seeking inspiration, ...Read Review

No Holds Bard

By Fiona Pickles (ed.) - Published 2018

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Short Stories

Manifold Press has delivered a delightful collection of Shakespeare tales, revised and revisited for a modern audience and with an LGBT focus. Each ...Read Review

The Key

By Kathryn Hughes - Published 2018

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1956 may not seem like history to many of our readers, but happily the big Victorian lunatic asylums which were still the main provision ...Read Review

The Posy Ring

By Catherine Czerkawska - Published 2018

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The Posy Ring is the first in the Annals of Flowerfield series, a spinoff from the author’s previous novel The Curiosity Cabinet. ...Read Review

Boardwalk Summer

By Meredith Jaeger - Published 2018

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Mystery/Crime

Violet yearns to be a Hollywood actress in 1940. Even though she is married, she enters and wins the Miss California pageant in Santa ...Read Review

Beneath an Indian Sky

By Renita D'Silva - Published 2018

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Saga

Author D’Silva transports readers to her native India in a new multi-period novel exploring her frequent themes of difficult family dynamics and ...Read Review

Hag

By Kathleen Kaufman - Published 2018

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Literary

In the years after WWII, a little girl grows up in Glasgow and later moves with her mother to Colorado. Alice Grace is ...Read Review

The Subway Girls

By Susie Orman Schnall - Published 2018

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This fast-paced novel takes readers to 1949 New York City, where young women angled to get into typing pools at prestigious firms and dreamed ...Read Review

Bellewether

By Susanna Kearsley - Published 2018

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Charlotte (“Charley”) Van Hoek takes up residence in her late brother’s home on Long Island and begins a position as curator of ...Read Review

The Chapman Legacy

By John Neely Davis - Published 2018

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Western

The 200-page central chapter covers the 1890s through the early 20th century. Young Francis Chapman, a devotee of Western pulp novels, travels to ...Read Review