The Mask Revealed: The Jacobite Chronicles, Book 2

By Julia Brannan - Published 2016



Continuing the story which started in Mask of Duplicity, this novel narrates the life of Beth Cunningham and Sir Anthony Peters during the ...Read Review

The Wrath of a Righteous Man: By the Hands of Men, Book 3

By Roy M Griffis - Published 2016



This excellent series takes us to the 1920s: Nurse Charlotte Braninov has fled Russia along with Dr Nikolai, his wife Indrina, the child ...Read Review

The Oxford Aeronaut Part 1: From Cooking to Chemistry

By Jane Browne - Published 2016


Biographical Fiction

This novel is first in a series (both books are reviewed together). James Sadler was born in the mid-18th century during the ...Read Review

The Flame Eater

By Barbara Gaskell Denvil - Published 2015



‘I’m a fire-starter, an evil fire-starter!’ But who am I exactly?  This question is at the heart of this medieval tale of ...Read Review

There Is A Place

By Cathy M. Donnelly - Published 2016


Set in Scotland in the aftermath of Flodden Field, There Is A Place is an interesting novel that is slightly different to the ...Read Review

The Ebenezer Papers

By Dawn Harris - Published 2016



The Ebenezer Papers is an enjoyable and entertaining read pretty much from start to finish. Set in 1930s London, against a background of ...Read Review

The Gisburn Witch

By Sarah L King - Published 2015


Biographical Fiction

Jennet Preston was twice tried for witchcraft in the early part of 17th century, at the same time as the Pendle witch trials, ...Read Review

Isabella’s Book

By Alison Mukherjee - Published 2016


Set in 18th-century Cumberland, this absorbing story follows the lives of Isabella, George and Isaac – childhood friends who grow old without losing touch ...Read Review

Two Frontiers

By Chris Pepple - Published 2016


The Mexican-American War (1846-48) forms the tense dramatic backdrop to Chris Pepple’s Two Frontiers, in which Elizabeth Dodd and Daniel Howe must ...Read Review

Naapiikoan Winter

By Alethea Williams - Published 2016


Loosely based on the memoirs of 19th-century Hudson Bay Company fur trader David Thompson, Alethea Williams’ lovely, evocative novel centers on 17-year-old Donal ...Read Review