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The G.I. Bride

By Eileen Ramsay - Published 2018



London, 1941. Trainee nurse April Harvey is devastated by the death of her widower father in an air raid, and uncertain about the intentions ...Read Review

Echo Hall

By Virginia Moffatt - Published 2017



Newly married Ruth Flint comes to live at Echo Hall on the Anglo-Welsh border in 1990 with her husband, Adam. His grandfather, Jack, is ...Read Review

Murder in Belgravia

By Lynn Brittney - Published 2018Published 2019



London, May 1915. Lady Harriet Murcheson has confessed to the murder of her husband, but will only divulge the details to a married woman ...Read Review

The Butcher’s Block (A Dan Foster Mystery)

By Lucienne Boyce - Published 2017



This is the second Georgian-era murder-mystery featuring Bow Street Runner, Dan Foster. When a pair of bodysnatchers are arrested taking a basket of ...Read Review

That Deplorable Boy

By Jasper Barry - Published 2018


This is the second volume in the Miremont trilogy, set in Belle Époque France, which began with The Second Footman. Max Fabien is ...Read Review

The Parentations

By Kate Mayfield - Published 2018



The premise of Kate Mayfield’s multi-period historical fantasy, which takes the reader from the 18th century to the present, centres on an ...Read Review

Conquest II: The Drowned Court

By Tracey Warr - Published 2017


This is the second volume of a trilogy based on the life of Nest ferch Rhys, the Welsh princess who was one of ...Read Review

Heart of Stone

By John Jackson - Published 2017


Set mainly in Ireland between 1735 and 1752, this story is based on true events. Robert Rochfort, an ambitious Anglo-Irish landowner and widower, requires a ...Read Review


By Kate Mildenhall - Published 2016Published 2017


Bookish Kate Gilbert and her slightly older, more worldly, best friend, Harriet Parker, are growing up during the last decades of the 19th ...Read Review

Mothering Sunday

By Graham Swift - Published 2016Published 2017



Despite the title, Mothering Sunday is lacking in mothers. It is the story of what a young housemaid and orphan, Jane Fairchild, chooses ...Read Review