2013

Out of the Black Land

By Kerry Greenwood - Published 2013

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Mystery/Crime

Kerry Greenwood is known for Jazz Age mysteries, but Out of the Black Land is a different animal. Eighteenth dynasty Egypt is portrayed ...Read Review

Roses Have Thorns

By Sandra Byrd - Published 2013

Genres:

InspirationalRomance

Elizabeth I is on the throne, and we see her from the point of view of young Elin von Snakenborg, who visited England ...Read Review

Paris

By Edward Rutherfurd - Published 2013

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Epic

Rutherfurd, an author known for his multigenerational epics set in some of the world’s most storied locales, tackles the City of Light ...Read Review

Where the Light Falls

By Katherine Keenum - Published 2013

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Keenum’s ambitious first novel opens in 1878, when Jeanette Palmer, an aspiring artist, convinces her parents to send her to Paris to study. ...Read Review

The Great Deception

By Joy Chambers - Published 2013

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

A few years after WWII, Shelly and her husband Cole have settled on a farm southwest of Sydney. Knowing little about what her ...Read Review

Jackson Hole Journey

By Linda Jacobs - Published 2013

Genres:

AdventureWestern

Lovely young Francesca di Paioli has come a long way from New York to Wyoming to work as a chef at a Jackson ...Read Review

Ashton Park

By Murray Pura - Published 2013

Genres:

InspirationalRomanceSaga

From 1916 to 1923, the Danforth family of Ashton Park, a stately manor in Lancashire, confronts war and class prejudices. The youngest daughter loves the ...Read Review

The Last Telegram

By Liz Trenow - Published 2013

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In England in 1938, 18-year-old Lily Verner has exciting plans to travel to Switzerland. Then, upon returning home from Vienna, her brother tells her ...Read Review

The Center of the World

By Thomas Van Essen - Published 2013

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J. M. W. Turner, the famed 19th-century British artist, is a master of color with a fiercely independent and iconoclastic personality. This is ...Read Review

Reading Children’s Literature: A Critical Introduction

By Carrie Hintz - By Eric L. Tribunella - Published 2013

Genres:

Children/Young AdultNonfiction

Meaningful critical treatments of children’s literature are all too rare, and close examinations of children’s historical fiction are rarer still. With ...Read Review