The Last Train to London takes a new view on World War II.
Brave women, romance, spies, and the Cold War; what more do you need in a beautifully written historical fiction book?
At a Glance Title: The Lions of Fifth Avenue Author: Fiona Davis Published: August 4, 2020 by Dutton Books Page: 368 Genre: Historical Fiction, Mystery Goodreads Rating: 4.17 out of 5 My Rating: ★★★ Synopsis My Thoughts I love Fiona Davis so when I heard she had a brand new book coming out this month, I…
If you liked The Night Tiger, you will love this book by Janie Chang.
The newest World War II based historical fiction story is out today!
In Nancy Bilyeau’s newest book we visit Coney Island when it was first founded.
One of my January Book of the Month picks, Things in Jars is a highly unique mystery set in Victorian London
Based on the life of one of the first female war correspondents whose work has been all but lost to history.
At 224 pages, The Nickel Boys packs a punch. Based on the true story of the Dozier School for Boys, this is heavy read.
Diane Chamberlain is back with a new novel that is absolutely stellar.