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A Lady in Attendance

By Rachel Fordham - Published 2021

Genres:

Inspirational Romance

Part historical mystery, part romance, A Lady in Attendance is a story of faith, forgiveness, friendship, redemption and, ultimately, love. It is 1898, and ...Read Review

My Mistress’ Eyes are Raven Black

By Terry Roberts - Published 2021

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeThriller

In this atmospheric historical thriller set at Ellis Island’s Isolation Hospital in 1920, Stephen Robbins, a private investigator, and a nurse, Lucy Paul, ...Read Review

So Happy Together

By Deborah K. Shepherd - Published 2021

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So Happy Together, an allusion to the 1967 song of the same name by the Turtles, is an engaging throwback to the decade that ...Read Review

Sisters of the Resistance

By Christine Wells - Published 2021

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If it wasn’t for her work during World War II in Paris, Catherine Dior might only be remembered as the sister of ...Read Review

The Warsaw Orphan: A WWII Novel

By Kelly Rimmer - Published 2021

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The year is 1942, and Elzbieta is living with her adoptive parents in Nazi-occupied Warsaw. She knows that there is an enclosed area overcrowded ...Read Review

The Talking Drum

By Lisa Braxton - Published 2020

Genres:

Literary

The deleterious effects of the gentrification of a Black neighborhood in the early 1970s are explored with insight in The Talking Drum. Three ...Read Review

The Wrong Kind of Woman

By Sarah McCraw Crow - Published 2020

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Elitism and sexism at an all-male college in the 1970s are explored in this multilayered novel, The Wrong Kind of Woman. Virginia is ...Read Review

When We Were Young & Brave (US/CAN) / The Bird in the Bamboo Cage (UK)

By Hazel Gaynor - Published 2020

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This absorbing book about courage and fortitude transports the reader inside a Japanese internment camp during the World War II years. Elspeth is ...Read Review

The Paper Daughters of Chinatown

By Heather B. Moore - Published 2020

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Based on true events, The Paper Daughters of Chinatown is a fascinating novel, bringing to light the heroic efforts of the real-life savior, ...Read Review

Northernmost

By Peter Geye - Published 2020

Genres:

Literary

Though third in a series about the Eide family by Minnesota native Peter Geye, Northernmost is a standalone literary yet action-packed novel that ...Read Review

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