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Evergreen Falls

By Kimberley Freeman - Published 2014Published 2015Published 2015-08-04

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The setting for this dual-period novel is a grand old spa in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales and is inspired by ...Read Review

Ember Island

By Kimberly Freeman - Published 2014

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Nina Jones, the current-day protagonist of Ember Island, is a bestselling author with a shameful secret and a broken heart. She’s trying ...Read Review

The Girls of Atomic City

By Denise Kiernan - Published 2014

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Nonfiction

With a personal interest in this topic (my grandfather worked at Oak Ridge until his retirement in the mid 1960s), I was eager ...Read Review

A Place at the Table

By Susan Rebecca White - Published 2013

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In Susan Rebecca White’s A Place at the Table, her third novel, a passion for cuisine serves to unite people and to ...Read Review

The White Princess

By Philippa Gregory - Published 2013

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Biographical Fiction

In The White Princess, Gregory attempts to tell the story of Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. Raised as ...Read Review

Lighthouse Bay

By Kimberley Freeman - Published 2013

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In 1901, the Aurora sinks off of the coast of Lighthouse Bay, Australia. The ship carries a small crew, and a jeweler and his ...Read Review

Astor Place Vintage

By Stephanie Lehmann - Published 2013

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Amanda Rosenbloom, the owner of a vintage clothing store in Manhattan, is having a hard time. Her store’s lease is up, she ...Read Review

Queen Jezebel

By Jean Plaidy - Published 2013

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Biographical Fiction

Spanning the later years of Catherine de’ Medici, this third in Plaidy’s trilogy covers the St. Bartholomew’s Massacre, its repercussions and ...Read Review

Royal Mistress

By Anne Easter Smith - Published 2013

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Anne Easter Smith’s novel of the infamous Jane Shore, Royal Mistress, spans Jane’s life over the notorious 10-year period when she ...Read Review

The Chalice

By Nancy Bilyeau - Published 2013

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Thriller

Bilyeau’s first book, The Crown, brought us the determined but naïve Joanna Stafford, Dominican nun and daughter of a disgraced aristocratic ...Read Review