Sherlock Holmes, the Missing Years: Timbuktu

By Vasudev Murthy - Published 2016



Presumed dead between 1891 and 1894, Sherlock Holmes was actually engaged in international intrigue across Europe and North Africa in this well-researched novel. At the ...Read Review

Toward the Sea of Freedom

By D.W. Lovett (trans.) - By Sarah Lark - Published 2016


In 1846 Wicklow County, Ireland, a manor kitchen maid, Kathleen, carries leftover scones for Michael to their secret meeting grove by the river. They ...Read Review

Orphans and Inmates

By Rosanne L. Higgins - Published 2014



Seventeen-year-old Irish immigrant, Ciara Sloane, begins her adventures at the start of Rosanne Higgins’ novel Orphans and Inmates in the teeth of almost ...Read Review

The Honeymoon

By Dinitia Smith - Published 2016


Biographical FictionLiterary

In 1880, Marian Evans, better known as George Eliot, married John Walter Cross; she was sixty, and Johnnie, as he was called, was forty. ...Read Review

Angel Heart

By Marie Laval - Published 2015


1815. Six years after her husband’s presumed death, half-French Marie-Ange is living in straitened circumstances in Devon. Possible financial succour arrives when the ...Read Review

Murder on St. Nicholas Avenue: A Gaslight Mystery

By Victoria Thompson - Published 2015



Victorian New York: Maeve, the nursemaid for the newly married Sarah and Frank Malloy, answers the doorbell to find a distraught Mrs. O’...Read Review

Treachery at Lancaster Gate

By Anne Perry - Published 2016



Shortly before Christmas 1898, a bomb explodes in a house in a quiet London neighborhood. Two policemen are killed and three others seriously injured. ...Read Review

Like Father, Like Son

By Diane Allen - Published 2015



Polly Harper loves her happy life in the Yorkshire Dales on the farm of her affectionate parents. But it is the 19th century, ...Read Review

Striking Murder

By A. J. Wright - Published 2016



Wigan, Lancashire, 1893. The town is paralyzed by a coal miners’ strike, and many families are struggling to survive in the bitter winter weather. ...Read Review

‘Til Death Do Us Part

By Amanda Quick - Published 2016



Victorian England is not the time or place for Miss Calista Langley’s introduction agency, which brings together respectable but lonely ladies and ...Read Review