Tamela McCann

Warriors of the Storm

By Bernard Cornwell - Published 2015Published 2016



The ninth entry in Cornwell’s Saxon Tales brings us yet another glorious tale of Uhtred, warrior extraordinaire. Though there is a fragile ...Read Review

Into the Dim

By Janet B. Taylor - Published 2016


Children/Young AdultTime-slip

Hope Walton was homeschooled in her small town, and she’s developed some crippling phobias. When her mother dies in an explosion thousands ...Read Review

Platinum Doll

By Anne Girard - Published 2016


Biographical Fiction

What a gem of a book this is! Anne Girard has taken the story of Jean Harlow, glamorous bombshell of the early days ...Read Review

Lady Maybe

By Julie Klassen - Published 2015



Hannah Rogers had been earning a living as a lady’s companion to Lady Marianna Mayfield when she unexpectedly left her post. With ...Read Review

The Gilded Hour

By Sara Donati - Published 2015


Cousins Anna and Sophie Savard are physicians in New York City in 1883, determined to serve their patients and bring a better life to ...Read Review

White Collar Girl

By Renee Rosen - Published 2015


Jordan Walsh has been hired on as a journalist for the Chicago Tribune, and she’s eager to make her mark and tackle ...Read Review

The Other Daughter

By Lauren Willig - Published 2015


Rachel Woodley is working as a governess in 1920s Paris when she receives word that her mother is very ill, so she rushes ...Read Review

When Somebody Kills You: A Rat Pack Mystery

By Robert Randisi - Published 2015



In this tenth installment of Randisi’s fun Rat Pack Mysteries, our favorite pit boss, Eddie Gianelli, is asked to help out yet ...Read Review

The Secret of Pembrooke Park

By Julie Klassen - Published 2015



Abigail Foster’s family has fallen on hard times financially, finding themselves needing to leave their fashionable London home and move to a ...Read Review

A Desperate Fortune

By Susanna Kearsley - Published 2015


Amateur code-breaker Sara Thomas is engaged to decipher a cryptic journal left behind by Mary Dundas more than three hundred years previously. Sara’...Read Review

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