Things in Jars

By Jess Kidd - Published 2020



Red-haired, sharp-witted Bridie Devine is an interesting woman; she’s been a lot of things in her life, the latest of which is ...Read Review

The Great Level (UK) / Call Upon the Water (US)

By Stella Tillyard - Published 2018Published 2019


England during the interregnum in the 17th century. Jan Brunt, a Dutch engineer, is employed to assist in drawing up plans for the ...Read Review

Nothing Is Forgotten

By Peter Golden - Published 2018



In 1962 Orange, New Jersey, Michael Daniels is a 19-year-old at loose ends following the tragic deaths of his parents. Emma Dainov, Michael’s ...Read Review

Tiffany Blues

By M.J. Rose - Published 2018


M.J. Rose’s luscious new book, Tiffany Blues, follows artists Jenny Bell and Minx Deering as they take advantage of the opportunity ...Read Review

Women of the Dunes

By Sarah Maine - Published 2018


In three interwoven storylines, the legend of a Viking woman and a solitary monk on a remote Scottish island comes to life. Archaeologist ...Read Review

The Storm

By Arif Anwar - Published 2018



In November 1970, while a cyclone sweeps Bangladesh’s shores, Honufa scurries from her hut in a Chittagong fishing village with her three-year-old son, ...Read Review

A Lady in Shadows

By Elisabeth Dyssegaard (trans.) - By Lene Kaaberbøl - Published 2017



On June 2, 1894, French president Marie François Sadi Carnot is assassinated by an Italian. In the streets of Varbourg, where Madeleine Karno resides, ...Read Review

The Pearl Sister

By Lucinda Riley - Published 2017Published 2018


In 2007, CeCe (Celaeno) D’Aplièse is on an airplane. She sees the intermittent groups of twinkling lights below, one resembling the Pleiades ...Read Review

Beyond the Wild River

By Sarah Maine - Published 2017Published 2017-10-05



In 1893, nineteen-year-old Evelyn Ballantyre joins her father and his wealthy friends on a visit to the Chicago World’s Fair. She and her ...Read Review

The Vineyard

By Lorenza Garcia (trans.) - By María Dueñas - By Nick Caistor (trans.) - Published 2017Published 2017-10-03



Mauro Larrea has become a self-made man in 1860s Mexico City by means of courage and brawny determination. Over decades, this native Spaniard ...Read Review

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