Andrea Connell

The Touch

By Colleen McCullough - Published 2003Published 2004



The author returns to Australia with a romantic family saga encompassing the events of the late nineteenth century. Alexander Kinross fled his family’...Read Review

Where the Light Remains

By Hayden Gabriel - Published 2002Published 2003



Set in Cornwall in 1886 and 1986, Where the Light Remains weaves together the stories of two women, their marriages and their personal voyages. 1886: in ...Read Review

The Photograph

By Virginia Ellis - Published 2003



This story of two young women left behind as their men march off to war embodies the experience of a nation during a ...Read Review

Mozart and Me

By Joyce T. Stafford - Published 2002



Psychotherapist Grace Harmon is unhappy with her life. She is estranged from her husband and son, her work is growing tiresome, and she ...Read Review

The Money Dragon

By Pam Chun - Published 2002


AdventureBiographical Fiction

According to author Pam Chun, in late 19th and early 20th century China, a man’s status was heightened through his accumulation of ...Read Review

Fanny and Sue

By Karen Stolz - Published 2003



Fanny and Sue are identical twins born just before the Great Depression in St. Louis. Although they look alike and often dress alike, ...Read Review

Flash House

By Aimee Liu - Published 2003



Flash House is a complex story of intrigue and survival set in post-WWII Central Asia. Joanna Shaw has relocated with her husband, a ...Read Review

The Featherbed

By John Miller - Published 2002



The Featherbed is the life story of Rebecca Kalish, a Russian-Jewish immigrant, told from the perspective of her two daughters, Anna and Sadie, ...Read Review

The Tapestries

By Kien Nguyen - Published 2002


Biographical Fiction

The Tapestries is a novelization of the life of the author’s grandfather, a gifted embroiderer who served in the court of the ...Read Review

The Girl from the Coast

By Pramoedya Ananta Toer - Published 2002


Biographical FictionLiterary

This novel is based on the life of the author’s grandmother. At age 14, the “girl from the coast,” as she is anonymously ...Read Review