Suzanne Sprague

The Transformation of Bartholomew Fortuno

By Ellen Bryson - Published 2010



In 1865, the complacent Bartholomew Fortuno, billed as the World’s Thinnest Man by P.T. Barnum, enjoys his life as one of Barnum’...Read Review

The Show That Smells

By Derek McCormack - Published 2009



Jimmie Rodgers, Carrie Rodgers, Elsa Schiaparelli, Lon Chaney, Coco Chanel, the Carter Family, and the reader in a mirror maze. Carrie trades her ...Read Review

Gold Digger: A Klondike Mystery

By Vicki Delany - Published 2009



The mysterious Fiona MacGillivray and her 12-year-old son Angus came to Dawson at the end of the 1898 Klondike Gold Rush to evade a ...Read Review

The Secrets of the Cave

By Phillipa Bowers - Published 2009



In the rural village of Oakey Vale, teenage Betty Barnes dreams of becoming a glamorous movie star. Her sister, now her guardian after ...Read Review

Dust and Shadow: An Account of the Ripper Killings by Dr John H. Watson

By Lyndsay Faye - Published 2009



If Sherlock Holmes had been real rather than just a work of fiction, his expertise would have most certainly been requested to solve ...Read Review

Cursebreaker: Order of the Scrolls

By Nancy Wentz - Published 2008



Ten-year-old Luke runs away from his home near Denver, because his father’s abuse is potentially lethal. Rescued by a pastor and his ...Read Review

Alexander and Alestria

By Adriana Hunter (trans.) - By Shan Sa - Published 2008


Alexander the Great was crowned King of Macedonia in 336 BC and soon after began asserting his authority through his formidable army, squashing resistance ...Read Review

By Way of the Wilderness

By Gilbert Morris - Published 2005



Moses should have been murdered at birth according to the Egyptian Pharaoh’s decree. However, not only does he survive, he is raised ...Read Review

To the Castle

By Joan Wolf - Published 2005



Nearly 18 and happily preparing to become a nun, Nell de Bonvile’s world upturns as she must leave the convent to wed her ...Read Review

Pretty Boy

By Bill Brooks - Published 2003


Biographical FictionMystery/Crime

This fictionalized account of Charles Arthur Floyd is a romanticized look at one of the Depression era’s most wily gangsters. Floyd was ...Read Review