The Nine Day Queen

By Ella March Chase - Published 2011Published 2013


Biographical Fiction

This is much more the story of all three Grey sisters – Lady Jane, Lady Katherine and Lady Mary – than of the unfortunate Jane, ...Read Review

Mistress of the Sea

By Jenny Barden - Published 2012



It is 1570, and in the thriving port town of Plymouth, Ellyn Cooksley is a wealthy merchant’s only daughter, expected to make a ...Read Review

The Queen’s Confidante

By Karen Harper - Published 2012


London 1501. Henry VII is on the English throne and has united the two houses of York and Lancaster after the Wars of the ...Read Review

Mistress of Mourning

By Karen Harper - Published 2012


It’s a daunting challenge: how to create a historical novel that accurately depicts a distant era without letting facts and details overwhelm ...Read Review

The Age of Desire

By Jennie Fields - Published 2012


Biographical FictionLiterary

It’s the winter of 1907. Edith Wharton, already famous for her fiction, attends Comtesse Rosa’s glamorous Paris salon, as she has for ...Read Review

The Bone Thief

By V M Whitworth - Published 2012



Anglo-Saxon England, 900 AD: Athelfled, the late King Alfred’s daughter, is married to the ailing Lord of Mercia, and she wants to keep ...Read Review

Shakespeare’s Mistress

By Karen Harper - Published 2009Published 2011



We all know that William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway, albeit unwillingly, because she was pregnant with their first child, a daughter, Susanna; but ...Read Review

Don’t Forget to Write

By Pam Hobbs - Published 2010



This is a charming and intelligent account of one woman’s memories of being “relocated” as a child in Great Britain during WWII. ...Read Review