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A Little Rebellion Is a Good Thing: Troubles at Traymore College

By Duncan Clarke - Published 2020



1969. David Pritchard has great plans for his future and takes up employment as a political science professor at Traymore women’s college in ...Read Review

Bitter Harvest Moon

By D M Hanson - Published 2019


1914, Hull. When war is declared, Emily Walker is an impressionable eleven-year-old. Her two elder brothers join up, as does Robert, the boy next ...Read Review

Iron Will: Brunel’s Battle to Become the Greatest Engineer of the Victorian Age

By Toby Strauss - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

Isambard Kingdom Brunel is a name which conjures up the Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Great Western Railway and its London terminus, Paddington Station, ...Read Review

At the Stroke of Nine O’Clock

By Jane Davis - Published 2020


London, 1949. Four women with apparently nothing in common have more in common than at first appears. Caroline Wilby has no other option than ...Read Review

A Daughter’s Promise

By Lynette Rees - Published 2020



1888. Jack the Ripper is at large. Like most local people, Kathryn Flynn, who lives in Whitechapel, London, has no time to think of ...Read Review

The Crollalanzas

By Jayne Fresina - Published 2020



In Renaissance Venice, the Crollalanzas, a mother and her three daughters, are herbalists and midwives. Viola, the eldest twin, paints portraits on commission. ...Read Review

The Art Fiasco (Poppy Denby Investigates)

By Fiona Veitch Smith - Published 2020



In 1924 Poppy Denby, star reporter of London’s Daily Globe, travels to Northumberland to celebrate her father’s 60th birthday. She stops off ...Read Review

The Cotton Spinner (The Mill Town Lasses)

By Libby Ashworth - Published 2020



Lancashire, 1826. When mechanisation comes to the cotton industry, like so many others, Titus and Jennet Eastwood and their little daughter, Peggy, are forced ...Read Review

Noble Traitor: A Historical Novel of Scotland

By J. R. Tomlin - Published 2019



Before the Act of Union in 1707, Scotland and England were frequently at war. Noble Traitor, the first in a series, introduces Thomas Randolph, ...Read Review

Until the War is Over

By Rosemary Goodacre - Published 2020



This is the second novel in the series that began with Until We Meet Again. Although I haven’t read the first novel, ...Read Review

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