Clarissa Harwood

Becoming Mrs. Lewis: The Improbable Love Story of Joy Davidman and C. S. Lewis

By Patti Callahan - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

Many readers will know C.S. Lewis, beloved author of nonfiction Christian books and the Narnia children’s series. Lewis’s A Grief ...Read Review

The Songs We Hide

By Connie Hampton Connally - Published 2018


Budapest, 1951. Katalin Varga is an unwed mother with a beautiful singing voice, but she hasn’t sung publicly since Róbert, the father ...Read Review

Where the Fire Falls

By Karen Barnett - Published 2018



California, 1929. The last thing watercolor artist Olivia Rutherford wants is to return to the mountains where she grew up. Having put her traumatic ...Read Review

Song of a Captive Bird

By Jasmin Darznik - Published 2018



Iran’s answer to Sylvia Plath, Forugh Farrokzhad, came of age in the 1940s and ´50s when the country was gearing up for ...Read Review

Mistress Suffragette

By Diana Forbes - Published 2017


Rhode Island debutante Penelope Stanton has lost her chance to make an advantageous marriage due to her father’s failed business during the ...Read Review

The Song of the Stork

By Stephan Collishaw - Published 2017



Yael is a fifteen-year-old Jewish girl running from the Germans in Eastern Europe during WWII. She seeks shelter at the farm of the ...Read Review

The Hollywood Daughter

By Kate Alcott - Published 2017


New York City, 1959. Jessica Malloy is a struggling journalist who has left her Hollywood childhood behind. But when she receives a mysterious invitation ...Read Review

The Huntingfield Paintress

By Pamela Holmes - Published 2016


Biographical Fiction

Suffolk, 1848. After traveling the world for eight years with her husband, William, Mildred Holland is not prepared to live the quiet life of ...Read Review

Abigale Hall

By Lauren A. Forry - Published 2016Published 2017



Orphaned teenage girls Eliza and Rebecca live with their Aunt Bess in post-WWII London, but she sends them to work for sinister housekeeper ...Read Review

Guilty Thing: A Life of Thomas de Quincey

By Frances Wilson - Published 2016



Thomas De Quincey is most famous for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater and for his friendship with the Romantic poets, especially William ...Read Review