The Glass Woman

By Caroline Lea - Published 2019


Rósa Magnusdottir’s mother is ill, hungry and coughing away in the chill and mud of their croft in a late 17th-century ...Read Review

The Golden Wolf

By Linnea Hartsuyker - Published 2019



The Golden Wolf is a 9th-century Viking saga spanning across the regions of Norway to Iceland. This is the final book in The ...Read Review

The Confessions of Frannie Langton

By Sara Collins - Published 2019


It is 1826, and in London, a former Jamaican slave, Frannie Langton, is working as a servant to Mr and Mrs Benham, a highly ...Read Review

The American Agent: A Maisie Dobbs Novel

By Jacqueline Winspear - Published 2019



Maisie Dobbs rides again—or rather she drives an ambulance during the devastating London Blitz, continuing her tradition of aiding the war effort ...Read Review

Devices and Desires: Bess of Hardwick and the Building of Elizabethan England

By Kate Hubbard - Published 2018Published 2019



Devices and Desires explores the life of Bess of Hardwick and of her great building projects, especially the still-extant Hardwick Hall. It is ...Read Review

Tony’s Wife

By Adriana Trigiani - Published 2018


Whether she will be ‘Tony’s wife,’ or her own, independent woman, is a decision Italian-American Chiara Donatelli has to make when she ...Read Review

Forever and a Day: A James Bond Novel

By Anthony Horowitz - Published 2018



World War II has ended, the Korean War has just begun, and British agent 007 turns up dead off a quay by Marseilles. The ...Read Review

War of the Wolf (Saxon Tales)

By Bernard Cornwell - Published 2018



In the early 920s, Edward, King of Mercia, wishes to fulfill the dream of his father, King Alfred, and unite all the kingdoms ...Read Review

The Labyrinth of the Spirits

By Carlos Ruiz Zafón - Published 2018



The Labyrinth of the Spirits spans the years from 1938―when the Nacionales bombed Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War―to 1992. The driving force ...Read Review

News of Our Loved Ones

By Abigail DeWitt - Published 2018



Geneviève Delasalle, then 19, was in Paris in 1944, away from her family in Normandy when her home was the stage for the Allied ...Read Review

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