William Morrow Paperbacks

The Lost Jewels

By Kirsty Manning - Published 2020


Jewelry historian Kate Kirby is asked to research and report on Cheapside Jewels, a bundle of precious gems that were unearthed after being ...Read Review

Miss Graham’s Cold War Cookbook

By Celia Rees - Published 2020


World War II might be over, but the aftermath has left countries decimated and countless people homeless and starving. When schoolteacher Edith Graham ...Read Review

Fast Girls

By Elise Hooper - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

In 1928, 16-year-old Betty Robinson of Chicago represents the United States as a member of the first women’s Olympic track and field team. ...Read Review

Jackie and Maria (US) / The Second Marriage (UK)

By Gill Paul - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

Jackie and Maria explores the eponymous two women and their connection through the millionaire philanderer, Aristotle Onassis. The narrative is divided into two ...Read Review

The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant

By Kayte Nunn - Published 2020


This atmospheric dual-timeline novel tackles postpartum depression, the impossibilities of love, and the ways people harm when they mean to help. Shifting between 1951 ...Read Review

People Like Us

By Louise Fein - Published 2021


At one level this is a timeless story of star-crossed lovers.  A young couple defy the conventions of the adult world and are ...Read Review

The German Heiress (US) / Finding Clara (UK)

By Anika Scott - Published 2020



Nearly two years after the war, Clara Falkenberg, the daughter and surviving heir to her family’s ironworks factory, has taken on an ...Read Review

The Queen’s Secret: A Novel of England’s World War II Queen

By Karen Harper - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

King George VI has only been on the throne for two years when war breaks out in Europe. He is about to be ...Read Review

Daughter of the Reich (US) / People Like Us (UK)

By Louise Fein - Published 2020


This story of star-crossed lovers in Leipzig, Germany during 1929-1939 begins with Hetty Heinrich as a child being rescued from drowning by her ...Read Review

The Library of Legends

By Janie Chang - Published 2020


In 1937, Japan attacked Nanking and other regions on China’s east coast. The Chinese government ordered students and faculty at some universities to ...Read Review