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Lord Grantwell’s Christmas Wish (Captains of Waterloo, 2)

By Diane Gaston - Published 2021



In her Regency romance featuring two estranged lovers, Gaston adds a dash of Christmas spice to a heartwarming story about the meaning of ...Read Review

The Widows of Champagne

By Renee Ryan - Published 2021


Inspirational Romance

Josephine, Hélène, Gabrielle. Three generations of women of Château Fouché-Leblanc in Reims, France—matriarch, daughter-in-law, granddaughter—have the misfortune ...Read Review

Murder on Principle (A Will Rees Mystery, 10)

By Eleanor Kuhns - Published 2021



A man garbed in a bright yellow waistcoat, fawn-colored pantaloons, and red-trimmed Hessian boots is an unusual sight in the Maine woods, and ...Read Review

Mrs. Jeffries and the Midwinter Murders (A Victorian Mystery)

By Emily Brightwell - Published 2021



In Victorian London, Inspector Gerald Witherspoon of the Metropolitan Police Force has a reputation to uphold as a crackerjack crime-solver. But there’s ...Read Review

Ariadne Unraveled: A Mythic Retelling

By Zenobia Neil - Published 2021


Historical Fantasy

Best known in Greek mythology as the Princess of Crete who helped the Athenian prince Theseus escape the labyrinth and kill the Minotaur, ...Read Review

The Bohemians

By Jasmin Darznik - Published 2021


Biographical Fiction

In her second novel, Darznik presents a shimmering portrait of little-known histories: that of an iconic American photographer, a culture, and a city, ...Read Review

Eye of a Rook

By Josephine Taylor - Published 2021


Australian writer Josephine Taylor’s first novel is a psychologically penetrating and honest read that juxtaposes two women, one Victorian and one modern-day, ...Read Review

Painting the Light

By Sally Cabot Gunning - Published 2021


Gunning’s sixth historical novel, set on Martha’s Vineyard in 1898, is a luminous portrait of a woman regaining her independence. Ida Pease ...Read Review

The Mermaid from Jeju

By Sumi Hahn - Published 2020


Korean-born, New Zealand-based author Hahn debuts with a poignant, original book about women’s strength, the human cost of war, and how people ...Read Review

Hour of the Witch

By Chris Bohjalian - Published 2021



How far will a woman go to escape an abusive husband? In Puritan Boston in 1662, divorces are rarely granted, but Mary Deerfield, a ...Read Review

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