Hilary Daninhirsch

Bittersweet Brooklyn

By Thelma Adams - Published 2018


The story of a Jewish mobster and the rippling effects on his family is at the heart of this compelling novel set in ...Read Review

Josephine Baker’s Last Dance

By Sherry Jones - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

Josephine Baker may not be as well-known as some other movie stars of her era, but her rags to riches story is one ...Read Review

The Reckoning

By John Grisham - Published 2018



John Grisham returns to Clanton, Mississippi in his latest novel. In 1946, a World War II veteran and war hero, Pete Banning, walks into ...Read Review

The Wartime Sisters

By Lynda Cohen Loigman - Published 2019


Growing up in Brooklyn in the 1920s and ’30s, Ruth and Millie are as opposite as sisters can be. While Ruth is plain, ...Read Review

Rust & Stardust

By T. Greenwood - Published 2018



Rust & Stardust is based on the true-life 1948 kidnapping of 11-year-old Florence “Sally” Horner by a child molester, Frank LaSalle, the same crime ...Read Review

The Girl from Berlin (Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart)

By Ronald Balson - By Ronald H. Balson - Published 2018



If you have not yet been introduced to the husband-and-wife investigator/lawyer team of Liam Taggart and Catherine Lockhart, The Girl from Berlin ...Read Review

Hidden Among the Stars

By Melanie Dobson - Published 2018



Past and present collide in this captivating novel about the things that connect people, about long-buried treasure and secrets, and about the possibility ...Read Review

Eagle & Crane

By Suzanne Rindell - Published 2018


A complicated love triangle set against the backdrop of World War II, Japanese internment camps, and a flying traveling circus show is the ...Read Review

The Summer Wives

By Beatriz Williams - Published 2018



A novel about class with a murder mystery mixed in, The Summer Wives is an intriguing summer read that should appease the author’...Read Review

The Ghost Keeper

By Natalie Morrill - Published 2018


You would think that a story about taking care of the dead would be creepy, but nothing could be further from the truth ...Read Review

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