Elicia Parkinson

The Widow Nash

By Jamie Harrison - Published 2017


Dulcy Remfrey’s father, Walton, has started to lose his mind and, in addition, a large fortune he should have brought home from ...Read Review

The Sworn Virgin

By Kristopher Dukes - Published 2017


Eleanora is a precocious 18-year-old woman who lives with her father and stepmother in Albania in 1910. Her dream, to study art in Italy, ...Read Review

Concentration Camps of Canada

By Baron Alexander Deschauer - By Lucky Deschauer - Published 2017


Children/Young Adult

In late 19th-century Canada, residential schools were created for the sole purpose of removing indigenous children from their homes in order to teach ...Read Review

Murder in a Cornish Alehouse

By Kathy Lynn Emerson - Published 2017



In June of 1584, Mistress Rosamond Jaffrey learns of the death of her stepfather, Sir Walter Pendennis, and returns to Cornwall to see to ...Read Review

A Single Spy

By William Christie - Published 2017



It is 1936 in Soviet Azerbaijan when we meet Alexsi, a 16-year-old orphan who has managed to survive on his own because he can ...Read Review

Hadriana in All My Dreams

By Kaiama L. Glover (trans.) - By René Depestre - Published 2017



The Haitian Carnival takes place over the weeks leading up to Mardi Gras. René Depestre’s novel, originally published in 1988 and translated into ...Read Review

The Midnight Cool

By Lydia Peelle - Published 2017


In the summer of 1916, Irish immigrant, Billy, and young Charles, the son of a prostitute, are grifters who have made their way into ...Read Review

Who Is to Blame: A Russian Riddle

By Jane Marlow - Published 2016



Jane Marlow’s debut novel begins with the doomed relationship between two young serfs, Elizaveta and Feodor, in Russia in 1840. Their families prevent ...Read Review

Been in the Storm So Long

By Terry Jordan - Published 2016


John Healy, the hero of Terry Jordan’s latest novel, was born in 1853 in Sligo, Ireland. In an effort to give his family ...Read Review

Mariana’s Knight: The Revenge of Henry Fountain

By W. Michael Farmer - Published 2017



In the first days of February 1896, well-known litigator Albert Fountain and his eight-year-old son, Henry, disappeared. They had traveled from their home along ...Read Review