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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Point of Honour

For those readers who love historical fiction and especially stories from Regency England, look no further. Madeleine E. Robins has written in Point of Honour

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Children’s early and middle readers
Sunny Solomon

The Amazing Adventures of Sam the Bat

It’s not often that an early-to-middle-reader book can charm and educate in one fell swoop, but that is exactly what Allyson Beatrice has accomplished in

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Book Reviewers

About Us | Book Reviewers & Contributors What happens when the bookstore closes? Of course I knew I’d miss handling all those books on a

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Miss Fuller

For anyone who loves nineteenth-century American literature, and I do, April Bernard’s Miss Fuller: A Novel catches the quasi-archaic tone perfectly. Bernard’s characters understand exactly

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

Resorting to Murder

Resorting to Murder: Holiday Mysteries Not long ago I described a new series for “Bookin’ with Sunny” readers. Poisoned Pen Press is offering British Library

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Art
Ann Ronald

The Art Thief

Noah Charney founded and now directs an international think tank on art crime. The Association for Research into Crimes Against Art (ARCA) aids police and

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Historical Fiction
Ann Ronald

November Road

NOVEMBER ROAD To appreciate Lou Berney’s novel, November Road, you have to reimagine November 22, 1963. First, you must discard much of what you know

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Reviews
Ann Ronald

Belshazzar’s Daughter

Belshazzar’s Daughter, the first of a series highlighting Inspector Cetin Ikmen in each novel, is a police procedural set in modern-day Istanbul. Just like policemen

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

Painted Horses

Painted Horses So many thematic threads appear in Malcolm Brooks’ novel, Painted Horses, so many ideas for mulling and musing. The romance of antiquity and

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