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The Glovemaker

By Ann Weisgarber - Published 2019


Ann Weisgarber excels at the slowly unfurling tale, where the characters’ waiting and indecision build tension as deftly as any action sequence. The ...Read Review

Women of the Dunes

By Sarah Maine - Published 2018


In three interwoven storylines, the legend of a Viking woman and a solitary monk on a remote Scottish island comes to life. Archaeologist ...Read Review

The Road to Dawn: Josiah Henson and the Story that Sparked the Civil War

By Jared A. Brock - Published 2018



In 1830, after 41 years in slavery, Josiah Henson fled Kentucky with his wife and four children, walking 600 miles and finding freedom on Canadian soil. ...Read Review

The Road to Paradise: A Vintage National Parks Novel

By Karen Barnett - Published 2017



Margaret Lane might be a senator’s daughter, but she’s always dreamed of working at Mount Rainier National Park, a park her ...Read Review

A Conspiracy in Belgravia

By Sherry Thomas - Published 2017



This second installment in the enjoyable Lady Sherlock Series has the intrepid Charlotte Holmes meeting new cases with a fresh confidence after her ...Read Review

Beauty Like the Night

By Joanna Bourne - Published 2017



Though it had been years since Séverine de Cabrillac had been out of the spying game, her old instincts return when an ...Read Review

Caroline: Little House, Revisited

By Sarah Miller - Published 2017



Caroline: Little House, Revisited follows Laura Ingalls Wilder’s classic Little House on the Prairie, the third book in her bestselling series, that ...Read Review

By Any Name

By Cynthia Voigt - Published 2017


Striding across the Officer’s Club in a bright orange flowered dress, orphan and USO dancer Rida (“Like Rita Hayworth, only with a ...Read Review

The Signal Flame

By Andrew Krivak - Published 2017



The Signal Flame is a sequel, generations later, to Andrew Krivák’s exquisite debut, The Sojourn. Josef Vinich, a veteran of WWI, ...Read Review

In the Shadow of Alabama

By Judy Reene Singer - Published 2017



Farm owner Rachel Fleischer is busy handling a fragile contentedness when she gets a phone call that her estranged father, Martin, is dying. ...Read Review