I, Hogarth

By Michael Dean - Published 2012Published 2013


Biographical Fiction

Renowned artist William Hogarth, whose paintings and engravings illustrated the unfortunate and decadent lives of 18th-century London residents, is born in the London ...Read Review

Moments Captured

By Robert J. Seidman - Published 2012Published 2014


Biographical FictionWestern

Nineteenth-century photographer Edward Muybridge, whose mentor was Civil War photographer Mathew Brady, set up a traveling studio in a Conestoga wagon to record ...Read Review

Dead Men

By Richard Pierce - Published 2012


Dual-time novels seem to be in vogue these days. Some feel contrived and out of balance, shifting mechanically between decades or centuries to ...Read Review

Effie: The Passionate Lives of Effie Gray, John Ruskin, and John Everett Millais

By Suzanne Fagence Cooper - Published 2012



Published in hardcover two years ago, and now in paperback, this nonfiction treatment shines new light on a famous romantic triangle. Two artists ...Read Review

The Yellow Emperor’s Cure

By Kunal Basu - Published 2011Published 2012



Antonio Maria is the most famous surgeon in Lisbon in the late 1800s. Admired both by colleagues and the ladies of the city, ...Read Review

Deliverance From Evil

By Frances Hill - Published 2011


The witch hysteria in Salem Village is familiar territory for fiction, but Frances Hill informs her novel with her own historical scholarship on ...Read Review

Sister Teresa

By Barbara Mujica - Published 2007


Biographical Fiction

Sister Teresa is the compelling story of a young woman of renowned beauty who became the beloved patron saint of Spain, St. Teresa ...Read Review

Murder on the Minnesota

By Conrad Allen - Published 2002



George Dillman and Genevieve Masefield have already made a name for themselves as shipboard detectives with the Cunard Lines. Now they are invited ...Read Review