St. Martin's Press

Master of His Fate (Falconer)

By Barbara Taylor Bradford - Published 2018

Genres:

Saga

With Master of His Fate, Barbara Taylor Bradford begins her new House of the Falconer series, which takes place in late 19th– century ...Read Review

Rust & Stardust

By T. Greenwood - Published 2018

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Rust & Stardust is based on the true-life 1948 kidnapping of 11-year-old Florence “Sally” Horner by a child molester, Frank LaSalle, the same crime ...Read Review

The Girl from Berlin (Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart)

By H. - By Ronald Balson - Published 2018

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

If you have not yet been introduced to the husband-and-wife investigator/lawyer team of Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart, The Girl from Berlin ...Read Review

The Little Shop of Found Things

By Paula Brackston - Published 2018

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeTime-slip

Xanthe Westlake is an antique dealer with a unique gift. Sometimes, when the young woman cups an object in her hands, it “sings” ...Read Review

Richard III: England’s Most Controversial King

By Chris Skidmore - Published 2018

Genres:

Nonfiction

For a king who has been the subject of so much controversy, Richard III has given rise to surprisingly few popular biographies. With ...Read Review

Queen Elizabeth’s Daughter

By Anne Clinard Barnhill - Published 2014Published 2014-03-18

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When she is orphaned as a young child, Mary Shelton becomes the ward of her cousin, Elizabeth I. Enchanted by the girl, Elizabeth ...Read Review

The Sisters Weiss

By Naomi Ragen - Published 2013

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The dichotomy between filial and religious duty and the desire for independence, freedom and self-expression may be a familiar theme, but Naomi Ragen’...Read Review

Livia: Empress of Rome

By Matthew Dennison - Published 2011

Genres:

Nonfiction

Livia, wife of Augustus Caesar, is one of the most vilified figures in ancient history. Writers from Tacitus to Robert Graves have portrayed ...Read Review

Charlotte and Emily: A Novel of the Brontes

By Jude Morgan - Published 2009Published 2010

Genres:

Biographical FictionLiterary

“It was as if silence were nakedness, and every moment must, for decency’s sake, be verbally clothed.” The Brontё family lives on ...Read Review

The Devil’s Queen: A Novel of Catherine de Medici

By Jeanne Kalogridis - Published 2009

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Catherine de Medici is perhaps one of the most maligned women in history. It appears, however, in Kalogridis’s deft interpretation of Catherine’...Read Review

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