Biographical Fiction

Child of the Morning

By Pauline Gedge - Published 1977Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

Child of the Morning, set in ancient Egypt, follows Queen-Pharaoh Hatshepsut from her early childhood as the favorite daughter of Thothmes the First ...Read Review

Lady of the Butterflies

By Fiona Mountain - Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

The Glanville Fritillary, a butterfly now found primarily on the Isle of Wight, is named for Lady Eleanor Glanville, who first captured them ...Read Review

Judas: The Gospel of Betrayal

By Frederick Ramsay - Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

Ramsay’s novel gives a fresh perspective on Judas Iscariot, the most hated man in the New Testament. Setting his subject firmly within ...Read Review

Roy & Lillie: A Love Story

By Loren D. Estleman - Published 2010

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Biographical FictionWestern

The admiration the infamous Judge Roy Bean had for Lillie Langtry, the “Professional Beauty” of late Victorian society, has been the stuff of ...Read Review

Brendan

By Morgan Llywelyn - Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

Baptized into the Christian faith by Bishop Erc, a converted Druid, Brendán fosters with Sister Íta. She instills in the lad a ...Read Review

Romancing Miss Bronte

By Juliet Gael - Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

Juliet Gael takes readers to the 19th-century Yorkshire village of Haworth, where sisters Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë live in the parsonage with ...Read Review

Charlotte and Emily: A Novel of the Brontes

By Jude Morgan - Published 2009Published 2010

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Biographical FictionLiterary

“It was as if silence were nakedness, and every moment must, for decency’s sake, be verbally clothed.” The Brontё family lives on ...Read Review

The Secret Eleanor

By Cecelia Holland - Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

Just as her marriage with the insipid King Louis VII of France is coming to an end, Eleanor of Aquitaine has a clandestine ...Read Review

A Type of Beauty

By Patricia O’Reilly - Published 2010

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Biographical FictionLiterary

This is the story of Kathleen, or as she was familiarly known, Kate Newton. Her short life was dazzling in both its variety ...Read Review

The Heretic’s Wife

By Brenda Rickman Vantrease - Published 2010

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Biographical Fiction

Kate Gough and her brother maintain a London bookshop during the reign of Henry VIII. Their “inventory” contains contraband Lutheran bibles and religious ...Read Review

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