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By Simon W. Herbert -
RAF pilot Jack McClelland has suffered a heartbreaking loss as the war heats up in London of 1941. As he prepares for his next ...Read Review
By Mary Daheim -
The death of Dallas Cameron’s father comes the very night that Queen Mary of Scotland returns to Edinburgh in 1561. Dallas rushes back ...Read Review
By Ruby Jackson -
Daisy Petrie works in her parents’ grocery store as the war begins to invade her sleepy little English town of Dartford. With her ...Read Review
By Charles Todd -
A great mystery is indeed a pleasure to read. Charles Todd doesn’t let the reader down with Hunting Shadows, a book that ...Read Review
By Mignon F. Ballard -
Elderberry, Georgia is far away from the war in Europe during the summer of 1944, but the residents in this small town are pulled ...Read Review
By Serena B. Miller -
This inspirational story takes place just after the Civil War in a logging camp in Bay City, Michigan. Skypilot and Moon Song had ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Hoyt -
The Duke of Wakefield is a tortured soul who spends his nights posing as the Ghost of St. Giles, seeking his revenge on ...Read Review
By Sarah Jio -
After her divorce, Ada Santorini needs a big change in her life, so she impulsively moves across the country to live in a ...Read Review
By James R. Benn -
If you love a good mystery that’s full of facts about WWII history, you can’t go wrong with a Billy Boyle ...Read Review
By Eileen Dreyer -
Lady Sarah Clarke tries desperately to hold onto her husband’s farm, living with his family, who barely accepts her. Boswell disappeared during ...Read Review
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