Christoph Fischer

Gorry Rua Morning

By John C Ryan - Published 2014


Children/Young AdultInspirational

Gorry Rua Morning reads like a powerful childhood memoir. Set in Ireland during World War II, it adds a fresh perspective to the ...Read Review

The Diamond Fund

By Philippa Annett - Published 2014


The Diamond Fund by Philippa Annett is an extraordinary piece of historical fiction. Starting in Russian occupied Poland it describes the story of ...Read Review

The Liverpool Connection

By Elisabeth Marrion - Published 2014



The Liverpool Connection by Elisabeth Marrion is part two of the author’s trilogy that fictionalises her family history. This time the focus ...Read Review

The Sun’s Companion

By Kathleen Jones - Published 2014


The Sun’s Companion by Kathleen Jones is the story of a friendship during turbulent political times. In short alternating segments, we are ...Read Review

Saba’s Choices: Mother Lake

By Haidee Belshaw - Published 2014


Mother Lake (Saba’s Choices Book 1) by Haidee Belshaw is a well-written novel set in the north of Ireland during the Bronze Age. ...Read Review

Tristian and Iseult

By J.D. Smith - Published 2013


Tristan and Iseult by J D Smith is a passionate retelling of the famous legend. I must admit that I am not overly ...Read Review

The House of Closed Doors

By Jane Steen - Published 2012



The House of Closed Doors is a gripping story set in a small Midwestern town in the 1870s. The main character, Eleanor (Nell), ...Read Review

The Kraals of Ulundi

By David Ebsworth - Published 2014Published 2014-04-01



Set in Zulu land in 1879, The Kraals of Ulundi is an incredibly well researched and detailed masterpiece of historical fiction. I knew next ...Read Review

A Terrible Unrest

By Philip Duke - Published 2014



A Terrible Unrest is the story of a Greek immigrant family caught up in the 1913 Colorado Coalfield War: a violent confrontation between union ...Read Review


By Marie-Louise Jensen - Published 2014


Children/Young Adult

Runaway is a novel that promises to be about ‘dark secrets and forbidden love’, which it is. It is also an engaging read, ...Read Review