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The Last Garden in England

By Julia Kelly - Published 2021

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Three women; three time periods. All connected by one garden. The storyline takes the reader to 1907, 1944, and the present, during which the women ...Read Review

The Woman of a Thousand Names

By Alexandra Lapierre - By Jeffrey Zuckerman (trans.) - Published 2020

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Biographical Fiction

This is the story of Maria “Moura” Ignatyevna Zakrevskaya, an aristocrat who—along with the rest of her social class—suffered at the ...Read Review

A Cloud in the Shape of a Girl

By Jean Thompson - Published 2018

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Saga

A Cloud in the Shape of a Girl is a multigenerational story set in a small Midwestern town where three women try to ...Read Review

Not Our Kind

By Kitty Zeldis - Published 2018

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A fun, absorbing read, Kitty Zeldis’ Not Our Kind takes place in post-WWII New York City. Two women of opposite social and religious ...Read Review

The Apothecary’s Shop

By Katherine Gregor (trans.) - By Roberto Tiraboschi - Published 2017

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LiteraryMystery/Crime

In 1118 AD in Venice, amidst famine and fear, an innocent young woman from a noble family disappears. The household scribe, a tortured ex-monk, ...Read Review

Jerzy

By Jerome Charyn - Published 2017

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Biographical FictionLiterary

By peeling off layers of fiction to expose the facts of Jerzy Kosinski’s life, author Jerome Charyn chops through the façade ...Read Review

Celia’s House

By D.E. Stevenson - Published 2015Published c1943

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Saga

A heartwarming family saga set in Scotland in the early-to-mid 20th century, Celia’s House has been referred to as a take on ...Read Review

White Gardenia

By Belinda Alexandra - Published 2015Published c2007

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Saga

Belinda Alexandra’s Wild Lavender was one of my favorite sweeping epic novels, and the highlight of the year in which I read ...Read Review

The Tiger Queens: The Women of Genghis Khan

By Stephanie Thornton - Published 2014

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At almost 500 pages, a book of this size could either offer a gripping tale that consumes or become a devastating disappointment to trudge ...Read Review

Revolution Baby

By Alison Anderson (trans.) - By Joanna Gruda - Published 2014

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Literary

Julek is literally a child of the Revolution. After the Polish Communist Party decides in 1929 that Comrade Helena Rappaport may indeed carry her ...Read Review

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