The Desert Nurse

By Pamela Hart - Published 2019


Evelyn Northey desperately wants to become a doctor, but her father forbids it.  Following the death of her mother, Evelyn’s father decides ...Read Review

Beyond The Moon: A Haunting Debut Novel Of Time Travel And WW1

By Catherine Taylor - Published 2019



This is a poignant love story which is both a time-traveling novel and a study of mental disorders in the early 20th century ...Read Review

The Stars in the Night

By Clare Rhoden - Published 2019


In 1970 Kate is going through her grandparents’ house sorting through fifty years of memories. Her grandmother Nora has recently died. Her grandfather, Harry ...Read Review

Mercy Road

By Ann Howard Creel - Published 2019


When a devastating fire destroys her home, killing her father, Arlene Favier is forced to support her family. The pampered daughter of a ...Read Review

The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing

By Mary Paulson-Ellis - Published 2019


In 2016, down-on-his-luck heir hunter Solomon Farthing knows his only route out of debt is to track down the closest living relative of Thomas ...Read Review

The Lost Ones

By Anita Frank - Published 2019


1917. Overwhelmed by grief for her dead fiancé, Stella Marcham is struggling to maintain a semblance of normality when her brother-in-law Hector asks her ...Read Review

A Bitter Harvest

By Charles Ellingworth - Published 2019



I was looking forward to this book: 1919, the Great War is over, but a generation of men have been killed or wounded, and ...Read Review

His Name is David

By Jan Vantoortelboom - Published 2019



The novel opens during World War I, with a soldier bound to a post, about to be executed by a firing squad. The ...Read Review

Kopp Sisters on the March (A Kopp Sisters Novel)

By Amy Stewart - Published 2019



It’s 1917, and with World War I raging in Europe, the Kopp sisters of Wyckoff, New Jersey decide they must do something to ...Read Review

Chimes of a Lost Cathedral (Revolution of Marina M.)

By Janet Fitch - Published 2019



At midnight, at the end of this epic 750-page novel that reads with echoes of Pasternak and Tolstoy, I wanted more. That’s ...Read Review

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