Berkley

Some Things that Stay

By Sarah Willis - Published 2001

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This prize-winning novel came complete with a list of superlatives as recommendation. Tamara is a teenager growing up in 1950s America. Her family ...Read Review

Ghost Town

By Ed Gorman - Published 2001

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Mystery/CrimeWestern

Bryce Lamont is just out of prison and, with his younger brother Paul, has tracked down his fellow bank robbers to collect his ...Read Review

Captain Kilburnie

By William P. Mack - Published 2001

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AdventureMilitaryNautical

Fergus Kilburnie is an unlikely candidate for officer rank in the Royal Navy of the time of the French Revolution. A Scottish farm ...Read Review

The Tainted Snuff Box

By Rosemary Stevens - Published 2001

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Mystery/Crime

In the autumn of 1805, the Prince Regent receives threatening letters and hastily removes himself and his entourage — including his dear friend Beau Brummell, ...Read Review

Murder On Gramercy Park

By Victoria Thompson - Published 2001

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Mystery/Crime

Thompson’s third Gaslight Mystery once again plunges the reader into life in turn-of-the-century New York City. Midwife Sarah Brandt and Police Detective ...Read Review

What If?: The World’s Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been (What If Essays)

By Robert Cowley (ed.) - Published 2000

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Alternate HistoryNonfiction

Arguing the “what ifs” of history is one of our more enjoyable past-times and certainly contributes to the enduring hold the study of ...Read Review

Calling Crow Nation

By Paul Clayton - Published 1997

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AdventureSaga

This is the third and final book in the Calling Crow trilogy, which if you have just read the review of Flight of ...Read Review

The French Mathematician:A Novel

By Tom Petsinis - Published 2000

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Biographical Fiction

“Mathematics is my life.” This doesn’t seem a very exciting declaration coming from the protagonist of a historical novel set in revolutionary ...Read Review

Must the Maiden Die

By Miriam Grace Monfredo - Published 1999

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Mystery/Crime

Glynis Tryon, the librarian of Seneca Falls, New York, participates in the festivities of her niece’s wedding while solving a prominent businessman’...Read Review

Death at Whitechapel

By Robin Paige - Published 2000

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Mystery/Crime

In this sixth book by husband-and-wife writing team Robin Paige, detectives Sir Charles Sheridan and his wife, Kate Ardleigh, are plunged into the ...Read Review