The Forgotten Room

By Beatriz Williams - By Karen White - By Lauren Willig - Published 2016


This multi-generational novel, set between 1892 and 1944, is jointly written by three people, all bestselling authors (and good friends), but the smooth writing style ...Read Review

The Lure of the Moonflower (The Final Pink Carnation Novel)

By Lauren Willig - Published 2015



This is the final (sob!) chapter of Pink Carnation stories. In 2005, our series narrator, Eloise, has abandoned her Ph.D. thesis to pen ...Read Review

Stones in the Road

By E.B. Moore - Published 2015


E.B. Moore has created a memorable protagonist in Joshua, an eleven-year-old Amish boy—“part Lazarus, part prodigal”—who flees west from his ...Read Review

A Curious Beginning

By Deanna Raybourn - Published 2015



A Curious Beginning is the first installment in Deanna Raybourn’s new mystery series featuring Veronica Speedwell. Veronica is an intrepid traveler and ...Read Review

White Collar Girl

By Renee Rosen - Published 2015


Jordan Walsh has been hired on as a journalist for the Chicago Tribune, and she’s eager to make her mark and tackle ...Read Review

A Lady of Good Family

By Jeanne Mackin - Published 2015


Biographical Fiction

A Lady of Good Family is a fictionalized account of landscape gardening pioneer Beatrix Farrand’s struggle to escape her privileged background and ...Read Review

The Medea Complex

By Rachel Florence Roberts - Published 2015


Lady Anne Stanbury wakes in a dark cell in 1885 and has no memory as to how she got there. She believes she’s ...Read Review

Joe Steele

By Harry Turtledove - Published 2015


Alternate History

Harry Turtledove is known as the “Master of Alternate History.” He asks the question “What if?” and then gives us his version. In ...Read Review

The Sound of Glass

By Karen White - Published 2015


As a fan of Karen White’s Tradd Street series, which mixes quirky characters with family lore and Southern ghosts, I’ve been ...Read Review

The House of Hawthorne

By Erika Robuck - Published 2015


Biographical Fiction

Erika Robuck has built her career on dramatizing the lives of America’s artistic greats. In The House of Hawthorne, she delves into ...Read Review