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The Last Sailor: A Novel

By Sarah Anne Johnson - Published 2020



Johnson returns once again to the setting of a Cape Cod village and a family whose identity is shaped by the tides. The ...Read Review

The Paris Children: A Novel of World War 2

By Gloria Goldreich - Published 2020


Madeleine Levy, the granddaughter of Alfred Dreyfus, is the plucky heroine of the fast-paced The Paris Children by Gloria Goldreich. When the Nazis ...Read Review

The Engineer’s Wife

By Tracey Enerson Wood - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

In the tradition of many recent novels bringing to light the stories of forgotten women from America’s past, meet Emily Warren Roebling, ...Read Review

Lady Clementine

By Marie Benedict - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

Spanning the years from 1908 to 1945, this novel describes the demanding role of Lady Clementine Churchill, the wife of Winston Churchill. Not only does ...Read Review

The First Lady and the Rebel

By Susan Higginbotham - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

This novel, running from 1839-1876, lightly fictionalizes the relationship between Mary Todd Lincoln and one of her half-sisters, Emily Todd Helm. It is ...Read Review

Today We Go Home

By Kelli Estes - Published 2019


Two survivors of American wars, one in present-day Seattle and one from Indiana of 1861, meet through a diary. The two women live parallel ...Read Review

The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt

By Andrea Bobotis - Published 2019



Initially, Judith Kratt is not the most likable character, and from the first page, the readers know that she is hiding something. This ...Read Review

The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek

By Kim Michele Richardson - Published 2019


“‘Right there’ll do it.’ Pa fussed one last time with the slide on the courting candle, then finally placed the timekeeper on ...Read Review

Woman 99

By Greer Macallister - Published 2019


When Charlotte Smith’s bipolar sister Phoebe is committed by their parents to the Goldengrove Home for the Curable Insane because of something ...Read Review

The Only Woman in the Room

By Marie Benedict - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

Vienna, 1933. Hedy Kiesler stands on stage embracing the accolades she receives for her performance as Bavarian Empress Elizabeth. During her performance, a man ...Read Review

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