"Gone on Sunday" mixes the light touch of a cozy mystery, the terrible weight of history, a hint of romance, and the secrets of stifling summer. In Tower Lowe’s delicious and sultry "Gone on Sunday", a forty-year-old murder mystery... Read More
Friendship and past challenges factor in to this romance novel that happily tests genre boundaries. Cricket Reynolds delves into the romantic life of a college professor with a troubled family past in The Highmore Circle, a novel that... Read More
This biography sheds light on what life was like on the rough streets of nineteenth-century London. In "Sarah Valentine, No Great Expectations: Part 1", Philip Valentine Coates begins the three-part story of his... Read More
Ancestral voices come through clearly in this work that will engage students of period histories. In matter-of-fact prose, Diana Walstad’s Family History (1860–1950) of a Doctor’s Daughter follows the author’s ancestors as they... Read More
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