Susanne Dunlap

The Scar of David

By Susan Abulhawa - Published 2006



Amal is only a child in the 1967 war that made refugees of thousands of Palestinians. But her story begins long before she was ...Read Review

Pilate’s Wife

By Antoinette May - Published 2006


Biographical Fiction

Young Claudia, distant relative of the emperor Tiberius and eventual wife of Pontius Pilate, is a dreamer prone to prophetic visions. She is ...Read Review

The Innocents

By Caroline Seebohm - Published 2007



Sensitive, sheltered twins Iris and Dorothea Crosby are deeply affected when circumstances lead them to help in the aftermath of the Triangle Shirtwaist ...Read Review

English History Made Brief, Irreverent, and Pleasurable

By Lacey Baldwin Smith - Published 2006



The cover of this slim, informative volume suggests at first glance something in the spirit of A’Beckett’s The Comic History of ...Read Review

The Winthrop Woman

By Anya Seton - Published 2006


Biographical Fiction

A sprawling epic that covers the entire life of a woman whose vicissitudes and adventures formed a characteristic part of the early settlement ...Read Review

Sharpe’s Fury

By Bernard Cornwell - Published 2006



This twenty-first title in Cornwell’s Sharpe series brings the dashing, 19th-century rifleman to Spain during the Napoleonic wars. The drama begins with ...Read Review

In the Last Blue

By Carme Riera (trans. Jonathan Dunne) - Published 2007



The story of the Majorcan Jews in the time of the Inquisition during the 17th century is one with which most readers will ...Read Review

The Scroll Of Seduction

By Gioconda Belli (trans. Lisa Dillman) - Published 2006


Lucia, an orphaned teenager at school in a convent in Madrid in the 1960s, meets Manuel, a historian with an obsession about Juana ...Read Review

Thirteen Moons

By Charles Frazier - Published 2006


Cold Mountain is a tough act to follow. Yet Charles Frazier more than rises to the occasion with Thirteen Moons, an extraordinary fictional ...Read Review

The Vote

By Sybil Downing - Published 2006


Kate Brennan is a college graduate who stumbles upon a picket line of woman suffragists outside the White House in Washington, DC, during ...Read Review