Nancy Henshaw

Fear on the Phantom Special (Railway Detective)

By Edward Marston - Published 2019



Lake District, Halloween 1861. Passengers have boarded The Phantom Special expecting thrills on a railway journey that will take them through woodland notorious for ...Read Review


By Euan Cameron - Published 2019


Why did Englishman Henry Latymer at the age of twenty-eight so precipitately leave his promising career as an artist in France, living for ...Read Review

White Shadow

By Roy Jacobsen - Published 2019



Farmer and fisherwoman Ingrid’s life is hard, sometimes harsh, but she has freedom and independence on Barroy, a small island close to ...Read Review

A Thimbleful of Hope

By Evie Grace - Published 2019



In 1864 Violet Rayfield’s father is a prosperous Dover ship owner. She had hoped to marry his most promising apprentice, William Noble, but ...Read Review

The Winter of the Witch (Winternight Trilogy)

By Katherine Arden - Published 2019


Historical Fantasy

Moscow has been ablaze and terrified citizens become a mob demanding the death of a witch. Vasya is condemned, trapped in a cage ...Read Review

A Christmas Railway Mystery (Railway Detective)

By Edward Marston - Published 2018



A headless body with bound wrists and ankles lies in the workshop of the Great Western Railway at Swindon and is identified by ...Read Review

Vitellius’ Feast: The Four Emperors Series: Book IV

By L.J. Trafford - Published 2018


AD 69 in Rome, and Nero is dead. He had most of the vices, but at least he had style and aspirations. Vitellius is ...Read Review


By Hannu Rajaniemi - Published 2018



Joe and Rachel White have a loving but troubled marriage. He is an officer in the British Army, after twenty years still haunted ...Read Review

A People without a Past

By Jaan Kross - By Merike Beecher (trans.) - Published 2018



Northern Europe, 1563. In Livonia, the coastal town of Tallinn is under siege, while inside the walls, plague takes its toll. Balthasar Russow has ...Read Review

The Passage to India

By Allan Mallinson - Published 2018


1831, and the Reform Act extending the franchise, making its way through Parliament, is not universally popular. In the great city of Bristol, excitable ...Read Review

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