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A Talent for Murder

By Andrew Wilson - Published 2017



London’s celebrated mystery writer, Agatha Christie, finds herself in the middle of a psychological thriller reminiscent of her own novels. Depressed and ...Read Review

The Last Tudor

By Philippa Gregory - Published 2017


Biographical Fiction

The title of Gregory’s latest novel is intriguing, given that its plot revolves around a great irony of history: Elizabeth I’s ...Read Review

The Good Earth

By Nick Bertozzi (adaptor and illus.) - By Pearl S. Buck - Published 2017


The life of Wang Lung, as told by Pearl S. Buck in her Pulitzer Prize-winning historical novel of 1931, continues to stir up controversy, ...Read Review

The English Agent

By Clare Harvey - Published 2017


It is World War II, and the struggle continues across Europe. Edie has suffered along with countless others in the Blitz; however, her ...Read Review

The Amber Shadows

By Lucy Ribchester - Published 2016Published 2017



During WWII, Honey Deschamps diligently works at an office in Bletchley Circle, transcribing decrypted signals from the German army. The work can be ...Read Review


By Jane Thynne - Published 2017



Summer 1940. As war tightens its grip on Berlin, Anglo-German actress Clara Vine has severed her ties with the British intelligence service and is ...Read Review

Kiss Carlo

By Adriana Trigiani - Published 2017


Fans of Adriana Trigiani have a new reason to rejoice with the publication of her latest gem, Kiss Carlo. Trigiani is adroit at ...Read Review

The Vanishing

By Sophia Tobin - Published 2017



Sophia Tobin’s third novel is a gothic thriller with shades of Jane Eyre, Jamaica Inn and Sarah Waters’ Fingersmith. Annaleigh has accepted ...Read Review

The Liberation

By Kate Furnivall - Published 2016



A frightening encounter with the street children of bomb-damaged Naples in 1945 brings Caterina Lombardi in contact with the aloof Major Jake Parr, an ...Read Review

A Promise Between Friends

By Carol Rivers - Published 2016


A saga set in the 1950s, this tells the story of Ruby, an attractive but naive young girl from an East End family ...Read Review