Wisteria Leigh

The Queen’s Rival

By Diane Haeger - Published 2011


Biographical FictionRomance

Elizabeth “Bessie” Blount, through the connections of her uncle, Lord Mountjoy, is given the opportunity to serve Katherine of Aragon as a maid ...Read Review

The Story of Beautiful Girl

By Rachel Simon - Published 2011



One night two residents of the School for the Incurable and Feebleminded escape. The year is 1968, and conditions in the institution are deplorable. ...Read Review


By Emily Rubin - Published 2011



Stalina is a determined Russian immigrant who arrives in the United States after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Immediately her instincts ...Read Review

Wings: A Novel of World War ll Flygirls

By Karl Friedrich - Published 2011


Sally Ketchum, a poor farmer’s daughter, has little opportunity until one day she falls in love with a pilot named Tex.  When ...Read Review

A Race to Splendor

By Ciji Ware - Published 2011



On April 18th, 1906, San Francisco residents awoke to waves of destruction when the earth’s Pacific plates shifted offshore. This April marks the 105...Read Review

Song of Slaves in the Desert

By Alan Cheuse - Published 2011



It’s hard to imagine that descendants of slaves from Egypt and Babylon, Jews who struggled to break the chains of bondage, would ...Read Review

Darcy and Fitzwilliam: A Tale of a Gentleman and an Officer

By Karen V. Wasylowski - Published 2011



Pride and Prejudice has given contemporary writers of historical fiction an endless source of ideas. Many of these novels of possibilities are very ...Read Review

Wicked River: The Mississippi When It Last Ran Wild

By Lee Sandlin - Published 2010



Lee Sandlin proves with vivid intensity what the Mississippi River was like before the time of Mark Twain: a river that was feared ...Read Review

Catching Moondrops

By Jennifer Erin Valent - Published 2010



According to Noah Jarvis, “Slaves was freed decades ago,” but in Calloway, Virginia, the rights of colored folk are anything but equal. Gemma ...Read Review

Heartbroke Bay

By Lynn D’Urso - Published 2010


Biographical Fiction

In 1898 Lady Hamilton, recently arrived from England, is traveling by rail on a tour of the West. During the trip Hannah Butler, one ...Read Review