Katharina: Deliverance by Margaret Skea

Katharina: Deliverance: An inspirational coming of age fictional biography of the woman at the heart of the Reformation.  RUNNER-UP Historical Novel Society New Novel Award 2018 At five Katharina is placed in a convent. At twenty-three she escapes. At twenty-five she marries the most controversial man in Europe. This is her story – of courage,Continue reading “Katharina: Deliverance by Margaret Skea”

An Ivy Hill Christmas by Julie Klassen

The Blurb Richard Brockwell, the younger son of Ivy Hill‘s most prominent family, hasn’t been home for Christmas in years. He prefers to live in the London townhouse, far away from Brockwell Court, the old family secret that haunts him, and the shadows of his past mistakes. But then his mother threatens to stop fundingContinue reading “An Ivy Hill Christmas by Julie Klassen”

The Boatman’s Wife by Noëlle Harrison

The Blurb Her husband’s death revealed his darkest secret. Will a journey to the west coast of Ireland reveal the truth about the man she married?  When Lily married her soulmate Connor, buffeted by the sea spray and wild winds of her coastal homeland in Maine, she never imagined she’d be planning his memorial just three years later.Continue reading “The Boatman’s Wife by Noëlle Harrison”

Children of this World by Jo-Anne Blanco

The Blurb A STORM IS BREWING … Brothers Ambrosius and Uther Pendragon have landed in Belerion with an army raised to fight High King Vortigern. Supporters of the High King gather at Tintagel, seat of Morgan’s father the Duke of Belerion, as they prepare for battle. Ominous clouds of war hang over the castle, treacheryContinue reading “Children of this World by Jo-Anne Blanco”

The Running Wolf by Helen Steadman

The Blurb When a Prussian smuggler is imprisoned in Morpeth Gaol in the winter of 1703, why does Queen Anne’s powerful right-hand man, The Earl of Nottingham, take such a keen interest? At the end of the turbulent 17th century, the ties that bind men are fraying, turning neighbour against neighbour, friend against friend andContinue reading “The Running Wolf by Helen Steadman”

The Servant by Maggie Richell-Davies

The Blurb 1765. London. Young Hannah Hubert may be the granddaughter of a French merchant and the daughter of a Spitalfields silk weaver, but she has come down in the world.  Sent one spring day as maidservant to a disgraced aristocrat, she finds herself in a house full of mysteries – with a locked roomContinue reading “The Servant by Maggie Richell-Davies”

When I come home again by Caroline Scott

The Blurb They need him to remember. He wants to forget. 1918. In the last week of the First World War, a uniformed soldier is arrested in Durham Ca- thedral. When questioned, it becomes clear he has no memory of who he is or how he came to be there. The soldier is given theContinue reading “When I come home again by Caroline Scott”

The Running Wolf by Helen Steadman

The Blurb When a Prussian smuggler is imprisoned in Morpeth Gaol in the winter of 1703, why does Queen Anne’s powerful right-hand man, The Earl of Nottingham, take such a keen interest? At the end of the turbulent 17th century, the ties that bind men are fraying, turning neighbour against neighbour, friend against friend andContinue reading “The Running Wolf by Helen Steadman”

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