Wunderland: A Novel

By Jennifer Cody Epstein - Published 2019


Ava has given up on trying to develop a closer relationship with her mother, Ilse. All of her questions go unanswered. Who was ...Read Review

Lady Be Good

By Amber Brock - Published 2018


It’s 1953, and Kitty Tessler, daughter of a self-made hotel and night-club millionaire, has a problem. She’s in her twenties, single, and ...Read Review

The Sapphire Widow

By Dinah Jefferies - Published 2018


The breathtaking scenery of Ceylon is the true hero of this novel, as the descriptions of its verdant hills, turquoise seas, ancient estates, ...Read Review

The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir

By Jennifer Ryan - Published 2017


“There’s something bolstering about singing together.” Jennifer Ryan’s charming debut interweaves many women’s voices to create a strong chorus that ...Read Review


By Miranda Beverly-Whittemore - Published 2016


Cassie Danvers has inherited her grandmother June’s crumbling Ohio mansion, Two Oaks.  She is haunted by dreams of its previous occupants and ...Read Review

A Fine Imitation

By Amber Brock - Published 2016


Co-ed Vera Longacre is the epitome of an old money New York heiress: intelligent, beautiful, reserved, and above all a compliant daughter—until ...Read Review

The Witch of Lime Street: Séance, Seduction, and Houdini in the Spirit World

By David Jaher - Published 2015



In 1924, with America’s interest in Spiritualism in full swing, Scientific American sponsored a contest offering a cash prize to the first authentic ...Read Review

The Tea Planter’s Wife

By Dinah Jefferies - Published 2015Published 2016Published 2016-09-13


Gwendolyn Hooper is newly married to a tea plantation owner and is keen to join him in Ceylon. She seems at ease with ...Read Review

The Mapmaker’s Children

By Sarah McCoy - Published 2015


This story takes place (most of the time) in New Charlestown, West Virginia during two different centuries tied together by a vintage doll’...Read Review

Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania

By Erik Larson - Published 2015



Everyone has been taught that the sinking of the merchant liner R.M.S. Lusitania drove the United States of America to enter ...Read Review

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