Susan Higginbotham

Richard III: England’s Most Controversial King

By Chris Skidmore - Published 2018

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Nonfiction

For a king who has been the subject of so much controversy, Richard III has given rise to surprisingly few popular biographies. With ...Read Review

The Last Brontë

By Stephen Whitehead - Published 2017

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

No lover of English literature needs an introduction to the Brontë Parsonage and its remarkable inhabitants, which can be both a blessing and ...Read Review

The Sound of Rain

By Sarah Loudin Thomas - Published 2017

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InspirationalRomance

Traumatized by a mining accident that put him in the hospital and killed his brother, Judd Markley abandons the hills of West Virginia ...Read Review

Royal Renegades: The Children of Charles I and the English Civil Wars

By Linda Porter - Published 2017Published 2018

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Nonfiction

One of Charles I’s more attractive qualities was his affection for his wife and children, whose privileged existences were shattered when the ...Read Review

How the French Saved America: Soldiers, Sailors, Diplomats, Louis XVI, and the Success of a Revolution

By Tom Shachtman - Published 2017

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Nonfiction

From a secret meeting in Philadelphia to the Treaty of Versailles, Shachtman explores the story of French involvement in the American Revolution, focusing ...Read Review

Loving Luther

By Allison Pittman - Published 2017

Genres:

InspirationalRomance

Sent by her impecunious father and hostile stepmother to a convent at age six, Katharina von Bora, whose noble family has seen better ...Read Review

The Fisherman’s Bride: The Untold Story of the Wife of Simon Peter

By Catherine Magia - Published 2016

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When Hasar, a rich merchant, makes an offer to marry the (deliberately unnamed) heroine, she is appalled. Not only is the merchant crass ...Read Review

The Private Lives of the Tudors: Uncovering the Secrets of Britain’s Greatest Dynasty

By Tracy Borman - Published 2016Published 2017

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Nonfiction

In Borman’s latest, the focus is not only the personal relationships of the Tudor monarchs and their intimates, but also the trappings ...Read Review

Caught in the Revolution: Petrograd, Russia, 1917 – A World on the Edge

By Helen Rappaport - Published 2016Published 2017

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Nonfiction

Rappaport tells the story of the Russian Revolution through a different perspective: that of the foreigners residing in or visiting St. Petersburg (renamed ...Read Review

The Hamilton Affair

By Elizabeth Cobbs - Published 2016

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Thanks to a certain musical and a newfound appreciation for the Founding Fathers (and mothers), Alexander Hamilton and his wife, Elizabeth Schuyler, are ...Read Review

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