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Time-slip & Local History: Interweaving Past and Present

It is a question that may have crossed your mind if you live in a historic neighbourhood, with a rich history: why not ...Read Article

Ask the Agent: Giles Milburn and Elizabeth Macneal

Richard Lee talks to Giles Milburn and the agency’s newest star, Elizabeth Macneal The Madeleine Milburn Agency is in Shepherd Market, an ...Read Article

Nazi Hunters & Night Witches: Claire Morris Speaks to Kate Quinn about Her Exciting New Novel, The Huntress

For nearly a decade, Kate Quinn has been captivating historical fiction enthusiasts with her fast-paced plots, interesting characters and colourful depictions of ancient ...Read Article

Natural Connections: Niamh Boyce’s Her Kind

In 1324, Dame Alice Kytler, imprisoned by Richard Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory, became the first woman in Ireland to be tried for heretical sorcery. ...Read Article

New Voices: Mary Calvi, Gina Marie Guadagnino, Lana Kortchik & Kris Waldherr

Mary Calvi, Gina Marie Guadagnino, Lana Kortchik & Kris Waldherr take readers on a journey into past mysteries and relationships Kris Waldherr’s ...Read Article

A Search for Peace: Ann Weisgarber’s The Glovemaker

The poorly-defined middle ground Our world is neither black nor white, which might be why we tell stories about the areas of gray. ...Read Article

An Uncomfortable Truth: Ayesha Harruna Attah’s The Hundred Wells of Salaga

Two women’s struggle for agency in precolonial Ghana The Gurma word “licabili” “was the belief that whatever path you took in life, ...Read Article

Bombay’s Legal Detective

Agatha and Macavity Award-winning author Sujata Massey’s latest novel, The Widows of Malabar Hill (Soho Press, 2018), is the first in her new ...Read Article

A Triumphant Return: Minette Walters’ The Last Hours

After a gap of ten years, Minette Walters’ new novel is a game changer for the author once dubbed the “queen of British ...Read Article

Between the Lines: Deborah Swift on the Women in Pepys’ Diary

Samuel Pepys’ Diary is the foremost resource for life in 17th-century London, and the diary is justly famous for Pepys’s frank revelations ...Read Article

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