Ann Chamberlin

No More Empty Spaces

By D. J. Green - Published 2024


In the 1970s, a broken American family goes to Turkey when their adventurous geologist father takes a job on a dam-building site—the ...Read Review

The Princes in the Tower: Solving History’s Greatest Cold Case

By Philippa Langley - Published 2023



Having tackled the mystery of the body of Richard III (1452-1485) missing from Bosworth Field (“My kingdom for a horse”), exhumed him from ...Read Review

A Turkish Triangle

By Bill Rapp - Published 2023



In October 1962, CIA officer Karl Baier is sent to Turkey to discover those responsible for the recent deaths of three Soviet assets useful ...Read Review

Murder in Williamstown (Phryne Fisher Mysteries, 22)

By Kerry Greenwood - Published 2023



Flapper Phryne Fisher makes her twenty-second outing in this book, which ends with the winds of economic collapse blowing in from offshore. Opium ...Read Review

Suleiman’s Ring

By Raymond Stock (trans.) - By Sherif M. Meleka - Published 2023



“Epic” describes this novel that begins in 1951 and carries us through wars and crises to the aftermath of the assassination of President Anwar ...Read Review

The Vienna Writers Circle

By J. C. Maetis - Published 2023


The German annexation of Austria in 1938 plunges its cosmopolitan European capital into the nightmare of authoritarian restrictions and genocide that had already gathered ...Read Review

The Welsh Dragon: A Novel of Henry Tudor

By K. M. Butler - Published 2022


Biographical Fiction

The tail end of the Wars of the Roses has often been told focusing on Richard III, from Shakespeare’s love-to-hate villain to ...Read Review


By Lyn Miller-Lachmann - Published 2022


Children/Young Adult

1969, the year after the Prague Spring was crushed in August by Soviet tanks rolling over the “socialism with a human face” into Czechoslovakia, ...Read Review

The Blumkin Project: A Biographical Novel

By Christian Salmon - By William Rodarmor (trans.) - Published 2022


Biographical FictionLiterary

The Blumkin of the title is Yakov Grigorievich Blumkin, born in Odessa in 1900 and executed by Stalin in 1929. The most famous deed of ...Read Review

Fires of Edo (A Shinobi Mystery)

By Susan Spann - Published 2022



This is the eighth book in Susan Spann’s Shinobi Mystery series, Shinobi being a refinement of ninjas.  The year is 1566.  Ninja Hiro ...Read Review

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