Aidan K. Morrissey

The God of that Summer

By Ralf Rothmann - By Shaun Whiteside (trans.) - Published 2022

Genres:

Literary

Originally written in German, this is an intriguing insight into the final months of the Second World War in Europe through the eyes ...Read Review

Portrait of a Woman Madly in Love

By Boman Desai - Published 2021

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First published in 2004 under the slightly different title of “A Woman Madly in Love,” this is a story about Farida Cooper, a Parsi ...Read Review

A Googly in the Compound

By Boman Desai - Published 2021

Genres:

Saga

India, September 25th, 1945: A family gathers around a breakfast table. Each is on an annual pilgrimage to the Sanjana ancestral home, Truth Cottage, ...Read Review

The Dance Tree

By Kiran Millwood Hargrave - Published 2022

Genres:

Literary

Strasbourg, in the long hot summer of 1518. A woman starts to dance in the market square. The dance is relentless, and soon she ...Read Review

Shipyard Girls Under the Mistletoe

By Nancy Revell - Published 2021

Genres:

Saga

This, we are told, is the eleventh and penultimate outing for the Sunderland girls working in the wartime shipyards along the River Wear. ...Read Review

Christmas Hope for the Steel Girls

By Michelle Rawlins - Published 2021

Genres:

Saga

As heartwarming as a log fire and a mug of mulled wine, Christmas Hope for the Steel Girls is a sequel following the ...Read Review

Christmas with the Cornish Girls

By Betty Walker - Published 2021

Genres:

Saga

Cornwall, 1941: A convalescent home for injured officers and an orphanage are the settings for this wartime saga. Eva, Lily and Rose find love ...Read Review

Jubilee: Spies and Raiders of Normandy (The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare Series)

By Conor Bender - Published 2020

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Jubilee tells the fictional story of English secret agent, Arthur Cutter; French Resistance fighter, Talia; American RAF pilot, Ian Faraday; and a host ...Read Review

The Gypsy’s Daughter (Memory Lane)

By Katie Hutton - Published 2021

Genres:

Saga

The eponymous Harmony Loveridge, “Harry” to her family, friends and others who are neither, is raised on a farm in Kent by loving ...Read Review

The Bloodless Boy

By Robert J. Lloyd - Published 2021

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

In 1678, the exsanguinated body of a boy is discovered on the banks of London’s River Fleet. Harry Hunt, working as an assistant ...Read Review