Susan Zabolotny

Shadow of a Quarter Moon

By Eileen Clymer Schwab - Published 2011

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This story takes place in northeastern North Carolina and many points north on the Underground Railroad in the summer and fall of 1839. Jacy ...Read Review

The Angel of Blythe Hall

By Darci Hannah - Published 2011

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AdventureFantasyRomance

This story begins and ends in the border region of Scotland in 1492. Eighteen-year-old Isabeau Blythe has returned home to Blythe Hall after an ...Read Review

Mrs. Adams in Winter: A Journey in the Last Days of Napoleon

By Michael O’Brien - Published 2011

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Nonfiction

Louisa Catherine Adams, best known in history as the wife of President John Quincy Adams, is the main character in this book, which ...Read Review

The Bird Sisters

By Rebecca Rasmussen - Published 2011

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LiterarySaga

This story opens in the summer of 1947 in Spring Green, Wisconsin.  Sisters Milly and Twiss are fourteen and twelve respectively.  There does not ...Read Review

A Christmas Odyssey

By Anne Perry - Published 2010

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Mystery/Crime

Anne Perry’s Christmas novellas have quickly become a tradition for her legion of fans. A Christmas Odyssey is her eighth book in ...Read Review

Deceptions: A Jamestown Novel

By Marilyn J. Clay - Published 2010

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Romance

Catherine Parke is the central character in Ms. Clay’s latest historical novel. Catherine does not intend to deceive anyone, but only wishes ...Read Review

The Sisters from Hardscrabble Bay

By Beverly Jensen - Published 2010

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SagaShort Stories

The Sisters from Hardscrabble Bay is a series of short stories featuring Idella and Avis Hillock and the people who enter their lives ...Read Review

Devoured

By D.E. Meredith - Published 2010

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Mystery/Crime

This debut novel by Denise Meredith is an entertaining read. It reminded me of Masterpiece Mystery with the many characters introduced at the ...Read Review

The Quickening

By Michelle Hoover - Published 2010

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LiterarySaga

Michelle Hoover’s debut novel is noteworthy. Based loosely on a family history written by her great-grandmother, Hoover gives a moving account of ...Read Review

A Curtain Falls

By Stefanie Pintoff - Published 2010

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Mystery/Crime

Stefanie Pintoff’s second mystery takes place in the spring of 1906 in New York City’s theatre district. A chorus girl, dressed as ...Read Review