The Heretic’s Mark (The Jackdaw Mysteries 4)

By S. W. Perry - Published 2021



This is the third Jackdaw novel which I have reviewed for the HNS, and which I enjoyed as much as ever. S. W. ...Read Review

The Titanic Sisters

By Patricia Falvey - Published 2021


1912. Sisters Nora and Delia board the Titanic to start their new lives, one as a governess and one as a maid. But when ...Read Review

The Lost Lights of St Kilda

By Elisabeth Gifford - Published 2020


St Kilda is a tiny archipelago, the remnants of an ancient volcano, in the North Atlantic 40 miles west of the westernmost of the ...Read Review

The Bastille Spy (A Revolution Spy Series)

By C.S. Quinn - Published 2020



1789. Attica Morgan, illegitimate daughter of an English lord and an African princess, erstwhile slave, and now British spy, killer, and a woman with ...Read Review

The Saracen’s Mark (The Jackdaw Mysteries)

By S. W. Perry - Published 2020



Despite its length (I don’t like books over 400 pages) I enjoyed this book, the third in Perry’s Mark series and to ...Read Review

Alexander’s Legacy: To The Strongest

By Robert Fabbri - Published 2020



Alexander’s Legacy: To the Strongest is the first book in a new series by Robert Fabbri, author of the Vespasian series. After ...Read Review

The Cornish Lady (Cornish Saga)

By Nicola Pryce - Published 2019



This novel is well-written in the first person, with interesting characters and an intricate plot which is resolved happily – the villains are caught ...Read Review

The Serpent’s Mark (The Jackdaw Mysteries)

By S. W. Perry - Published 2019



London, 1591. Nicholas Shelby, physician and reluctant spy, has returned to Suffolk to the family farm. Heartbroken, he is mourning the death of his ...Read Review

A Sacred Storm

By Theodore Brun - Published 2018


The second instalment of Theodore Brun’s Wanderer Chronicles returns readers to 8th-century Scandinavia with our troubled hero, Erlan, and his loyal servant, ...Read Review

The Angel’s Mark

By S. W. Perry - Published 2018



When I started this book it had, to my mind, multiple strikes against it: it was long, it was written in the present ...Read Review

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