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The Grove of the Caesars: Flavia Albia 8

By Lindsey Davis - Published 2020



This is the eighth book in Lindsey Davis’s mystery series featuring Flavia Albia, daughter of Marcus Didius Falco, an investigator in ancient ...Read Review

The Black Swan of Paris

By Karen Robards - Published 2020


Robards’ gripping novel is a powerful tale set in 1944 Nazi-occupied France. Artists have leeway in this strict, brutal regime, which enables Genevieve Dumont, ...Read Review

Requiem for a Knave

By Laura Carlin - Published 2020



This is a dark Gothic tale set in late Mediaeval England, structured as a pilgrimage from a village in Derbyshire to the shrine ...Read Review

To the Eastern Seas: Thomas Kydd 22

By Julian Stockwin - Published 2019



1810. Napoleon Bonaparte has been defeated for the time being, and the Navy is ordered to give its attention to other matters. Britain’s ...Read Review

The Bobby Girls

By Johanna Bell - Published 2019



The Women’s Police Volunteers (WPV) was an auxiliary police force formed in Britain at the outbreak of war in 1914. Its mission was ...Read Review

The Bastard Brigade: The True Story of the Renegade Scientists and Spies Who Sabotaged the Nazi Atomic Bomb

By Sam Kean - Published 2019



In 1938, German scientists achieved nuclear fission and the world became aware that nuclear weapons were a theoretical possibility, although most scientists doubted that ...Read Review

The Vanished Bride: The Brontë Mysteries

By Bella Ellis - Published 2019



The Vanished Bride is the first of a new series, The Brontë Mysteries, written by Bella Ellis; a new Brontë-inspired pen name ...Read Review

The Long Flight Home

By A.L. Hlad - By Alan Hlad - Published 2019


In September 1940, England’s war with Germany is a year old. France has surrendered, British soldiers evacuated from Dunkirk in June, and in ...Read Review

The Devil’s Slave (Frances Gorges Historical Trilogy)

By Tracy Borman - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

In 17th-century England, misogyny, lust, and religious bigotry drive most of King James I/VI’s decisions, according to Tracy Borman, who continues ...Read Review

The Bone Fire: A Somershill Manor Mystery

By S. D. Sykes - Published 2019



The Black Death stalks England in 1361, and Oswald de Lacy seeks safety for his family. He brings them to an isolated castle on ...Read Review

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