Wisteria Leigh

Washed Away: How the Great Flood of 1913, America’s Most Widespread Natural Disaster, Terrorized a Nation and Changed it Forever.

By Geoff Williams - Published 2013



It is the 100th anniversary of the Great Flood and, particularly after the recent devastation of Hurricane Sandy, and with New Orleans still ...Read Review

The Girl Who Married an Eagle

By Tamar Myers - Published 2013



Julia Newton, a recent American college grad, attends a lecture about missions in Africa and decides she has found her life’s purpose. ...Read Review

The Last Telegram

By Liz Trenow - Published 2013


In England in 1938, 18-year-old Lily Verner has exciting plans to travel to Switzerland. Then, upon returning home from Vienna, her brother tells her ...Read Review

Navigating Early

By Clare Vanderpool - Published 2013


Children/Young Adult

When his mother dies, Jack Baker, the son of a soldier in World War II, must go to live near his father’s ...Read Review

Lenin’s Harem

By William Burton McCormick - Published 2012



Lenin’s Harem takes place between 1905 and 1941 during the turbulent political and social struggles of the Russian Empire. The story begins with the ...Read Review

Gideon’s Call

By Peter Leavell - Published 2012


The Battle of Port Royal, which took place on November 7, 1861, was a pivotal Union victory during the Civil War. The successful capture of ...Read Review

Kalahari Passage

By Candi Miller - Published 2012


Koba, a young San girl, is kidnapped from her home among the Kalahari bushmen.  She is taken to live with Marta and Deon ...Read Review

When We Argued All Night

By Alice Mattison - Published 2012


Along a lake in the Adirondack Mountains near a cabin in the woods, Artie Saltzman and Harold Abramowitz, friends since the third grade, ...Read Review

The Last Newspaperman

By Mark Di Ionno - Published 2012


In 1999, a feature writer with the Shore Record in New Jersey arrives at The Oceanview, a new assisted living center. He is in ...Read Review

Confederado: A Novel of the Americas

By Casey Clabough - Published 2012



After the American Civil War, thousands of Southerners migrated to South America seeking a new life. In fact, the Immigration Law of 1860 was ...Read Review