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Another good historical novel from prolific Gregory, more compelling for those who have read the other books in the series; as a stand-alone, it’s harder to follow the characters and their motivations.

Angels of the Resistance: A WWII Novel

Despite its flaws, this is a worthwhile read, especially for those who enjoy fiction set during the Second World War.

Miss Aldridge Regrets

With vividly drawn characters, this exciting blend of murder mystery and historical romance is hard to put down once one starts reading.

Three Sisters

Readers of historical and World War II fiction will be gripped by the conclusion to Morris’s trilogy.

The Personal Librarian

This fictional account of Greene’s life feels authentic; the authors bring to life not only Belle but all those around her. An excellent piece of historical fiction that many readers will find hard to put down.

Hit Me with Your Best Scot

This is an entertaining end to the “Wild, Wicked Highlanders” trilogy that can also be read independently. Fans of historical romance will enjoy, as will fans of the author.

The Mystery of Mrs. Christie

Mystery lovers, especially fans of Christie’s works, as well as those who enjoy period pieces, will find this an engrossing fictional answer to a real historical mystery.


With language poetic in its cadence and capable of seamlessly transporting our minds and emotions to another place and time, this accomplished debut will be welcomed by readers of authors such as Willa Cather, Alex Munro, Amy Tan, or Lisa See.


Readers who enjoy World War II fiction and stories of extraordinary women will savor this first collaboration between screenwriter Darby Kealey and novelist Imogen Robertson, which is slated to be a motion picture. Additionally, this novel is a good accompaniment to Wake’s 1986 memoir, The White Mouse.

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