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Leonora: Tulips in Winter

By Regina Pounds - Published 2002

Genres:

Romance

In 1788, a feisty English damsel named Leonora encounters two Russian noblemen in France, and then in the Duchy of Nassau. One of the ...Read Review

Seraglio

By Janet Wallach - Published 2003

Genres:

Biographical FictionEpic

In 1788, Algerian pirates kidnapped Aimée du Buc de Rivery, a thirteen-year-old girl on her way home to Martinique from school in France. ...Read Review

Once a Dreamer

By Candice Hern - Published 2003

Genres:

Romance

As a young widow, Eleanor Tennant’s position in life is minding Belinda, her brother’s headstrong daughter. During Belinda’s first season ...Read Review

The Spider’s Touch

By Patricia Wynn - Published 2002

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

The Birth of Blue Satan introduced readers to Gideon Viscount St. Mars and Mrs. Kean. In that book, Gideon–unfairly accused of murdering ...Read Review

Adele: Jane Eyre’s Hidden Story

By Emma Tennant - Published 2002

Genres:

AdventureSaga

It is about 1800 when the story opens. Eight year old Adèle Varens, the daughter of Céline Varens, a popular actress, recounts ...Read Review

Domino

By Ross King - Published 2002

Genres:

Literary

In his novel of masquerades and the blurring of gender characteristics, Ross King does an admirable job of recreating the idiom and the ...Read Review

Kiss The Bride

By Patricia Cabot - Published 2002

Genres:

Romance

It is May 1833, in the Shetland Isles village of Faires, and it is raining. Emma Van Court Chesterton is having a very bad ...Read Review

Outlaw Sword

By J. Ardian Lee - Published 2002

Genres:

Fantasy

In this sequel to Son of the Sword (Ace, 2001), Dylan Matheson again finds himself in eighteenth century Scotland on a mission. This time, ...Read Review

My Enchanted Enemy

By Tracy Fobes - Published 2002

Genres:

FantasyRomance

Juliana St. Germaine, born and raised beneath the sea, must break an ancient family curse by seducing the one man who fears her ...Read Review

Selkirk’s Island: The True and Strange Adventures of the Real Robinson Crusoe

By Diana Souhami - Published 2001

Genres:

Nonfiction

While Defoe’s Crusoe was fictional, Alexander Selkirk inspired the tale. In 1703 this Scotsman signed aboard William Dampier’s expedition to capture the ...Read Review