Coming January 2017 - A sweeping multigenerational debut novel about idealism, betrayal, and family secrets that takes us from Brooklyn in the 1930s to Soviet Russia to post-Cold War America  When the Great Depression hits, Florence Fein leaves Brooklyn College for what appears to be a plum job in Moscow—and the promise of love and independence. But once in Russia, she quickly becomes entangled i ...

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Along the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Williams

Indomitable heroines, a dazzling world of secrets, champagne at the Paris Ritz, and a sweeping love story for the ages, in New York Times bestselling author Beatriz William's final book about the Schuyler sisters.

A heartrending novel with over 300 five-star reviews on Amazon!

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Writing Killer Dialogue by Louise Phillips

The Game Changer - Kindle edition by Louise Phillips. Buy it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, Android (phone + tablet) or iOS (iphone + ipad). Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Game Changer.

The Confusion of Languages is a debut novel by Siobhan Fallon.  Look at my review of this new book!

The Confusion of Languages: Debut novel by Siobhan Fallon

The Confusion of Languages is a debut novel by Siobhan Fallon. Look at my review of this new book!

A Good Place to Hide: How One French Community Saved Thou...

A Good Place To Hide: How One French Community Saved Thousands Of Lives In World War Ii by Peter Grose The book is related to genre of history format of

Staff Favorite April 2018

Staff Favorite April 2018

The year is 1883, and in New York City, it’s a time of dizzying splendor, crushing poverty, and tremendous change. With the gravity-defying Brooklyn Bridge nearly complete and New York in the grips of anti-vice crusader Anthony Comstock, Anna Savard and her cousin Sophie—both graduates of the Woman’s Medical School—treat the city’s most vulnerable, even if doing so may put everything they’ve strived for in jeopardy.  11/2015

The international bestselling author of Into the Wilderness makes her highly anticipated return with a remarkable epic about two female doctors in nineteenth-century New York and the transcendent power of courage and love…

Ten Best Books I Read in 2015

Title: The Girl Without a Name Author: Sandra Block Series: Zoe Goldman, Narrator: Jennifer Nittoso Published: September Hac.

Jan 2018 A Page in Time Book Club   The Chilbury Ladies' Choir / Jennifer Ryan.

Letters and journals reveal the struggles, affairs, deceptions and triumphs of five members of a village choir during World War II as they band together to survive the upheavals of war and village intrigue on the English home front. A first novel.

After the Fog by Kathleen Shoop - haunting historic fiction

After the Fog by Kathleen Shoop goes beyond just a good story. It tells of a time in history – the killing fog in Donora – which occurred in This tragedy was not one I had heard a…

The Rebel Wife: A Novel-it seems I am reading a lot of books about the south-very good

Brimming with atmosphere and edgy suspense, The Rebel Wife presents a young widow trying to survive in the violent world of Reconstruction Alabama, where the old gentility masks continuing violence fueled by hatred, treachery, and still powerful secrets.

Historical Fiction 2016. The Secrets of Flight: A Novel. World War II Fiction.

This captivating, breakout novel-told in alternating viewpoints-brings readers from the skies of World War II to the present day, where a woman is prepared to tell her secrets at last.

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Must-read: The House I Loved by Tatiana de Rosnay

THE HOUSE I LOVED. From Tatiana de Rosnay, the New York Times bestselling author of Sarah’s Key and A Secret Kept, comes The House I Loved, an absorbing new novel about one woman’s resistance during an époque that shook Paris to its very core

The Girls in the Garden  4 Stars!  Woah, thought I was going to have to stop reading this book. I thought it was leading toward a way I was not even interested in going. However, I trudged through and was happy to find out that I was totally wrong.   I can definitely say this book held my interest. There were a couple of slow spots, but not enough to make me want to give up. The huge twists throughout the book though give you incentive to keep on reading. I would say I was certainly…

The families that share a London communal garden square think that their children are safe. But when Pip discovers her sister lying unconscious in