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Here Was a Man: A Novel of Sir Walter Raleigh and Elizabeth l

By Norah Lofts - Published 2009


Biographical Fiction

  Here Was a Man, by bestselling author Norah Lofts, has been reissued, and like all of Lofts’s works, is carefully crafted ...Read Review


By Lauren Myracle - Published 2008


Children/Young Adult

Fourteen-year-old Bliss Inthemorningdew is dropped off at her grandmother’s home in Atlanta, Georgia, so her hippie parents can move to Canada to ...Read Review

The Queen’s Devotion

By Jean Plaidy - Published 2008


Biographical Fiction

The Queen’s Devotion, a novel in Plaidy’s Queens of England series, is a reprint of the previously published William’s Wife, ...Read Review

My Lady of Cleves

By Margaret Campbell Barnes - Published 2008


Biographical Fiction

The story of Henry VIII’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, is eloquently told in this reissue from the late English novelist Margaret ...Read Review

In the Shadow of Lions

By Ginger Garrett - Published 2008



In the Shadow of Lions is the first in a planned trilogy from author Ginger Garrett. The story is divided amongst the perspectives ...Read Review

A Question of Guilt: A Novel of Mary Stuart and the Death of Henry Darnley

By Julianne Lee - Published 2008



    When Mary Stuart is executed for plotting the downfall of her cousin, Elizabeth I, Queen of England, many believe that she is ...Read Review

Sword of the Highlands

By Veronica Wolff - Published 2008



Readers are whisked back in time in this sexy tale set in the Scottish Highlands. Magdalen Deacon, a curator at New York’s ...Read Review

The Book of Air and Shadows

By Michael Gruber - Published 2007 (UK)Published 2008 (US)



Gruber takes readers on a wild ride in this satisfying tale of double-crossings, murders, and intrigue. The lives of two very different men ...Read Review

The Serpent Garden

By Judith Merkle Riley - Published 2008



Riley’s exquisite tale begins in England in 1514 and follows the life of Susanna Dallet, daughter of a Flemish artist. Susanna is widowed ...Read Review

Let Sleeping Rogues Lie

By Sabrina Jeffries - Published 2008



Jeffries delivers her fourth installment in The School for Heiresses series with this highly entertaining novel set in early 19th-century England. Madeline Prescott, ...Read Review