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King Edward VIII: An American Life

By Ted Powell - Published 2018



The affair was the scandal and the wedding of the century – and the toll it took on the royal family of England is ...Read Review

To Save an Empire: A Novel of Ottoman History

By Allan Gall - Published 2018


Turkey in the 1870s was struggling to find its way in a rapidly changing world. Faced with demands for modernization and surrounded by ...Read Review

Blood Moon: A Captive’s Tale

By Ruth Hull Chatlien - Published 2017



In 1862 Minnesota, Sarah Wakefield’s peaceful life with her husband and two young children is about to change radically. The food and money ...Read Review

The Witches of St. Petersburg

By Imogen Edwards-Jones - Published 2019


Romanov fans rejoice! At long last, a novel about the two “Black Princesses” (so called because of their black eyes) of Montenegro, whose ...Read Review

Beautiful Invention: A Novel of Hedy Lamarr

By Margaret Porter - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

Spanning the years from 1932 (Extasy) to 1949 (Samson and Delilah), this is the story of Hedy Lamarr: actress, inventor (if you use a cell ...Read Review

Praetorian: Eagles of Dacia: Volume 3

By S.J.A. Turney - Published 2017



This is the third book in a series, but it’s not necessary to have read the first two to enjoy this delightful ...Read Review

The Order of the Day

By Eric Vuillard - By Mark Polizzotti (trans.) - Published 2018



This slim volume is an icy history written with the deadly incisiveness of fiction – The Order of the Day is an amazing, disturbing, ...Read Review

The Heiress He’s Been Waiting for (Hamilton Cousins)

By Kaitlin O’Riley - Published 2018



In 1894 New York, Sara Fleming has fallen in love—with a man her wealthy parents believe to be an unworthy fortune-hunter. So they ...Read Review

Robert Graves: From Great War Poet to Good-bye to All That (1895-1929)

By Jean Moorcroft Wilson - Published 2018



These days, Robert Graves is known primarily as the writer of the books that became the mega-hit TV series I, Claudius.  But in ...Read Review

Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy: The Story of Little Women and Why It Still Matters

By Anne Boyd Rioux - Published 2018



One of the most famous opening lines in literature: “Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents.” belongs to one of the best-loved ...Read Review

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