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The Silk Merchant’s Daughter

By Dinah Jefferies - Published 2016

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In 1950s Vietnam Nicole is a young “metisse” – half French, half Vietnamese. Her older sister, Sylvie, has inherited their father’s French looks, ...Read Review

Everland

By Rebecca Hunt - Published 2015

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AdventureLiterary

This is an absorbing dual-time-period adventure novel. In 2013, a three-member crew sets out for Everland, an Antarctic island, retracing the steps of another ...Read Review

Charlotte Bronte: A Fiery Heart

By Claire Harman - Published 2016

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Nonfiction

The author of Jane Eyre, fiery? As Harman fleshes out Charlotte, her siblings, her home, her writing, the answer is a resounding “yes.” ...Read Review

Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams

By Louisa Thomas - Published 2016

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Nonfiction

Drawing on letters, diaries, and other primary sources, historian Louisa Thomas has painted an in-depth picture of a woman whose place in American ...Read Review

Mrs. Bennet Has Her Say

By Jane Juska - Published 2016

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1785. How did Mrs. Bennet, made famous in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, become the “woman of mean understanding, little information and uncertain ...Read Review

Spilt Milk

By Amanda Hodgkinson - Published 2014

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The Marsh sisters, Nellie and Vivian, are inseparable until the great flood of 1913 brings a charismatic but unreliable stranger to their isolated cottage ...Read Review

Rebellion

By Livi Michael - Published 2015

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Saga

Livi Michael returns to her Wars of the Roses saga, begun in Succession (HNR 71). It is the summer of 1462. Edward, Earl of March, ...Read Review

The Tea Planter’s Wife

By Dinah Jefferies - Published 2015Published 2016Published 2016-09-13

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Gwendolyn Hooper is newly married to a tea plantation owner and is keen to join him in Ceylon. She seems at ease with ...Read Review

A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding

By Jackie Copleton - Published 2015

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On August 9, 1945, Amaterasu Takahashi was late in meeting her daughter, Yuko, in Nagasaki’s Catholic cathedral; her tardiness saved her life, as the ...Read Review

Wars of the Roses: Margaret of Anjou

By Conn Iggulden - Published 2015

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Biographical Fiction

Conn Iggulden has written a spellbinding novel about England’s York and Lancaster families. Theirs is a war fueled by the fact that ...Read Review