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The Silversmith’s Daughter

By Annie Murray - Published 2019


1915. War has broken out with Germany, and life is about to change for everyone. Twenty year old Daisy Tallis is a talented silversmith ...Read Review

The Secrets Between Us

By Laura Madeleine - Published 2018


Set in southern France, just north of Nice, the story features the Italian occupation of the area in 1943. Ceci (Celeste) Corvin’s father ...Read Review

The Child Left Behind

By Gracie Hart - Published 2019


This is a Victorian social history/romance story and is the second in a trilogy involving the Wild family and the Ellershaws, the ...Read Review


By Guzel Yakhina - Published 2019



Soviet Russia in 1930. The gradual accession of Stalin to power in the 1920s eventually ended the liberalization of society and the economy, leading ...Read Review

A Capitol Death (Flavia Albia 7)

By Lindsey Davis - Published 2019



Lindsey Davis is putting ancient Rome to rights again with the help of Flavia Albia. The Emperor Domitian is on the throne and ...Read Review

An Orphan’s Wish

By Molly Green - Published 2018


An Orphan’s Wish is the third book in this series set in World War II in Liverpool and around Bingham Hall, a ...Read Review

A Sea of Gold: Thomas Kydd 21

By Julian Stockwin - Published 2019



Set in 1809, this is the latest in the Thomas Kydd series, with Thomas as the captain of the frigate, HMS Tyger. Wellesley, the ...Read Review

Blackberry and Wild Rose

By Sonia Velton - Published 2019


This debut novel by Sonia Velton is set in Spitalfields, London, in the late 18th century when the Huguenots had brought the silk ...Read Review

Sarah’s Story: An emotional family saga that you won’t be able to put down (The Mill Valley Girls)

By Lynne Francis - Published 2018



This is a heart-warming story of a young girl, set in the Manchester area. Sarah meets Joe Bancroft when she is in her ...Read Review

Intrigue in Covent Garden (Adventures of Thomas Chaloner)

By Susanna Gregory - Published 2018



We are in the year 1665. Plague is still haunting London, and King Charles I, with all his court, plus anyone else rich enough ...Read Review