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Twilight Territory

By Andrew X. Pham - Published 2024


When Japan occupies Vietnam during World War II, the Vietnamese people, long under French colonial rule, have traded one oppressor for another. So ...Read Review

The Stolen Child

By Ann Hood - Published 2024


The Stolen Child interweaves three stories told over several time periods. Nick Burns’s story begins in a trench in World War I ...Read Review

Wild and Distant Seas

By Tara Karr Roberts - Published 2024



Nantucket. Moby-Dick. Four generations of women who blossom via an inner force that’s part insight, part magic; the rediscovery of a father ...Read Review

The Montevideo Brief (A Thomas Grey Novel, 3)

By J. H. Gelernter - Published 2023



At the June 1804 Vienna debut of Beethoven’s Third Symphony, Captain Thomas Grey, agent of Her Majesty’s Secret Service, meets a Spanish ...Read Review

This Other Eden

By Paul Harding - Published 2023



In 1793, when Benjamin Honey, a former slave, and his wife Patience, an Irish immigrant, arrived at an abandoned Penobscot island off the coast ...Read Review

The Wintering Place

By Kevin McCarthy - Published 2022



The unforgettable tale of two Irish brothers fleeing the Indian Wars with the half-Native American woman they love continues in Kevin McCarthy’s ...Read Review

Who Killed Jane Stanford?: A Gilded Age Tale of Murder, Deceit, Spirits and the Birth of a University

By Richard White - Published 2022



In a quiet corner of the Stanford campus, a weeping angel and a pair of sphinxes stand guard over the Stanford family mausoleum. ...Read Review

Mid-Air: Two Novellas

By Victoria Shorr - Published 2022


To Henry James, the novella—longer than a short story, shorter than a novel—was “the beautiful and blessed nouvelle.” And in Mid-Air ...Read Review

Captain Grey’s Gambit (A Thomas Grey Novel, 2)

By J. H. Gelernter - Published 2022



This second novel in the Captain Grey series opens in November 1803, when Napoleon rules over the French military and has designs on England. ...Read Review

The Lost Notebook of Édouard Manet

By Maureen Gibbon - Published 2021


Biographical Fiction

At 51 years old, Manet died too young of the ravages of syphilis. Today major galleries and collectors revere his paintings, sketches and signed ...Read Review