2014

The Boleyn Bride

By Brandy Purdy - Published 2014

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Just when you think all Tudor characters have been unveiled, Purdy comes up with one lady most people know very little about. Elizabeth ...Read Review

The Sentinels of Andersonville

By Tracy Groot - Published 2014

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Inspirational

Andersonville Prison was a death camp masquerading as a prison for captured Union soldiers during the Civil War, but did the Confederates want ...Read Review

Moon Cutters

By Janet Woods - Published 2014

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Janet Woods’ latest novel, Moon Cutters, is set along the English coast in the mid-19th century. Homeless and hungry after the deaths ...Read Review

The Prisoner of the Riviera

By Janice Law - Published 2014

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Mystery/Crime

The second outing for 20th-century painter Francis Bacon as an accidental sleuth opens with a bang: “The war was over: Herr Hitler was ...Read Review

Saint Monkey

By Jacinda Townsend - Published 2014

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Two best friends, Audrey Martin and Caroline Wallace, are the best of friends in Mt. Sterling, a small Kentucky town riddled by Jim ...Read Review

The Story of the Jews: Finding the Words, 1000 BCE-1492 CE

By Simon Schama - Published 2013Published 2014

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Nonfiction

This elegant history is, in the author’s words, ‘one of the heroism of everyday life as much as that of the grand ...Read Review

The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches

By Alan Bradley - Published 2014

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Mystery/Crime

In the sixth volume of Bradley’s mystery series featuring Flavia de Luce, an eleven-year-old chemistry genius in 1951 England, we learn the fate ...Read Review

The Siege

By Arturo Pérez-Reverte - By Frank Wynne (trans.) - Published 2013Published 2014

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Literary

In 1811 Spain, in the Peninsular War, the city of Cádiz is under siege, with French artillery shelling it from across the bay. ...Read Review

The Spanish Armada

By Robert Hutchinson - Published 2013Published 2014

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Nonfiction

Naval battles in the early modern period, as Hutchinson writes, carried their own brand of particular terror: the cannonades, the terrible wounds caused ...Read Review

Elizabeth’s Bedfellows

By Anna Whitelock - Published 2013Published 2014

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Nonfiction

Elizabeth Tudor faced dangers all her life. She was frequently ill, had rival claimants to the throne, was afraid of assassination by English ...Read Review