... A War of Flowers by Jane Thynne - a meticulously researched page-turner set in Berlin in 1938, featuring Clara Vine, an Anglo/German actress, and the very heart of the Nazi regime. A romantic thriller, and a jolly good read.
... Tregian's Ground by Anne Cuneo - historical fiction of the first order following the life and trans-European adventures of Francis Tregian, scion of a Cornish recusant family, and compiler of the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book. Warm and vivid.
... Jakob's Colours by Lindsay Hawdon, a stunning debut novel about the persecution of the Romany people in Europe, culminating in the death camps of the Second World War. Brilliantly, sensitively done, and very moving.
Those are some highlights from my reading over the last week or two; can you recommend anything you've read recently?