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The Schoolmaster’s Daughter

By John Smolens - Published 2011

Genres:

Adventure

This story, an action-packed, superbly written piece of historical fiction, takes place in Boston and covers the two months from Paul Revere’s ...Read Review

Silver Like Dust: One Family’s Story of America’s Japanese Internment

By Kimi Cunningham Grant - Published 2012

Genres:

Nonfiction

Through conversations recorded by her granddaughter, a Japanese-American woman recalls her life during World War II. Born into a poor but industrious family ...Read Review

Between the Thames and the Tiber: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

By Ted Riccardi - Published 2011

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Ted Riccardi is writing in an established genre of Holmes knock-offs. His Holmes seems to be the Basil Rathbone type; however, Riccardi’s ...Read Review

Sherlock Holmes and the Ghosts of Bly and Other New Adventures of the Great Detective

By Donald Thomas - Published 2010

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Sherlock Holmes is up to his pipe stem in the title mystery and three bonus adventures thanks to this recently unearthed Dr. Watson ...Read Review

The Pianist in the Dark

By Michèle Halberstadt - Published 2011

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Maria Theresa von Paradis was the musically talented daughter and only child of the secretary of the Empress of Austria. She was taught ...Read Review

Derby Day

By DJ Taylor - Published 2011Published 2012

Genres:

Literary

Any reader who likes the gentle and considered narratives of the novels of Trollope or Thackeray should enjoy this work of fiction. Indeed ...Read Review

The Blood of Lorraine

By Barbara Corrado Pope - Published 2010

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Pope continues her story of French magistrate Bernard Martin, begun in Cezanne’s Quarry. Martin is now living in Nancy where he is ...Read Review

The Life of Mary Queen of Scots: An Accidental Tragedy

By Roderick Graham - Published 2008Published 2009

Genres:

Nonfiction

Mary Queen of Scots was put to death by her cousin, Elizabeth I, in 1587. Why does Roderick Graham call her death “an accidental ...Read Review

Queens Consort: England’s Medieval Queens, from Eleanor of Aquitaine to Elizabeth of York

By Lisa Hilton - Published 2009Published 2010

Genres:

Nonfiction

From the 11th to the 15th centuries, twenty women became queens consort of England. In her new book, Lisa Hilton, author of Athenais: ...Read Review

The Fighting Temeraire: The Battle of Trafalgar and the Ship that Inspired J.M.W. Turner’s Most Beloved Painting

By Sam Willis - Published 2010

Genres:

MilitaryNauticalNonfiction

Sam Willis is no stranger to the world of the wooden walls of England and the Jack Tars who manned them. He effectively ...Read Review