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The Lost Book of Mala R.

By Rose MacDowell - Published 2011

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MacDowell’s novel tells the story of three California women in the present, each affected in different ways by the journal of a ...Read Review

Velva Jean Learns to Fly

By Jennifer Niven - Published 2011

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Adventure

Velva Jean Hart, heroine of Niven’s debut novel, Velva Jean Learns to Drive, makes a welcome return in this sequel. Velva Jean ...Read Review

Naughty in Nice

By Rhys Bowen - Published 2011

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Mystery/Crime

Lady Georgiana Rannoch, 34th in line to British throne, returns in her fifth mystery. Eschewing the frigid temperatures of London, Scotland, and Transylvania ...Read Review

The Rose Garden

By Susanna Kearsley - Published 2011

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AdventureTime-slip

Canadian author Susanna Kearsley’s time-travel books have always enthralled me, and The Rose Garden is no exception. Its heroine, Eva Ward, has ...Read Review

A Bitter Truth

By Charles Todd - Published 2011

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Mystery/Crime

World War I nurse Bess Crawford returns in her third mystery. As in previous outings, Bess’s kind nature and sense of duty ...Read Review

Norah: The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th-Century New York

By Cynthia G. Neale - Published 2011

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Norah tells the story of Norah McCabe, an Irish immigrant living in Five Points, a notorious Manhattan slum in the mid-19th century. ...Read Review

Beyond the Bougainvillea

By Dolores Durando - Published 2011

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Adventure

Beyond the Bougainvillea is the first novel from ninety-year-old Durando. Basing it in part on her childhood in North Dakota in the 1920s, ...Read Review

Heir to the Everlasting

By Janice Daugharty - Published 2011

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Saga

Daugharty’s Heir to the Everlasting celebrates strong Southern women and their bonds. A multigenerational tale, it begins at the start of the 20...Read Review

The Things We Cherished

By Pam Jenoff - Published 2011

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Saga

The Things We Cherished is a mesmerizing read in the vein of Geraldine Brooks’ People of the Book. Instead of an iconic haggadah, ...Read Review

All Different Kinds of Free

By Jessica McCann - Published 2011

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Biographical Fiction

“Bad things happen on Wednesdays” is what Margaret Morgan’s mother always said. Margaret, a free woman of color living in York, Pennsylvania, ...Read Review