2011

Death and the Maiden: A Max Liebermann Mystery

By Frank Tallis - Published 2011Published 2012

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Sixth in a series starring psychoanalyst Max Liebermann, a “consulting” psychiatrist to the Prague police department, Death and the Maiden does not disappoint, ...Read Review

Villa Triste

By Lucretia Grindle - Published 2011Published 2013

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

In modern-day Florence, Italy, Inspector Alessandro Pallioti has his hands full investigating a series of execution-style murders. The victims, all elderly men, were ...Read Review

Washed in the Blood

By Lisa Alther - Published 2011

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I’d only vaguely heard of the Melungeons before reading Washed in the Blood. Lisa Alther has brought this mysterious Appalachian race out ...Read Review

Battle of Kings

By M.K. Hume - Published 2011Published 2013

Genres:

AdventureHistorical Fantasy

First published by Headline in the UK (2011), this is the US paperback edition of Book One of Hume’s series The Merlin Prophecy, ...Read Review

Falling for Henry

By Beverley Brenna - Published 2011

Genres:

Children/Young AdultTime-slip

Falling for Henry tells the story of Kate, a 16-year-old girl who stumbles upon a hole in time and switches places with the ...Read Review

Timber Wolf

By Caroline Pignat - Published 2011

Genres:

AdventureChildren/Young Adult

When young Jack Byrne wakes alone in the snow, he can’t even remember his name. He is badly injured, lost deep in ...Read Review

Child-sized History: Fictions of the Past in U.S. Classrooms

By Sara L. Schwebel - Published 2011

Genres:

Nonfiction

What books should middle school teachers and parents choose that accurately reflect history? In the 21st century, factual accuracy about history is critiqued ...Read Review

How Angels Die

By David-Michael Harding - Published 2011

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This riveting and thought-provoking historical tale is set in occupied France in 1944 and the French resistance fighters are hard at work infiltrating the ...Read Review

Jeremiah’s Hunger

By Elizabeth Osta - Published 2011

Genres:

Saga

In the 1840s, the potato famine ravaged Ireland. Crop failures, starvation, and emigration to America reduced the population of the country up to 25%, ...Read Review

The Harbour

By Francesca Brill - Published 2011

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A young American journalist is in Hong Kong primarily to write a society gossip book about the Soong sisters, three Chinese women with ...Read Review