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Historical Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Paris Wife

Paula McLain has written a rather spectacular piece of historical fiction in her rendering of Hadley Richardson’s marriage to American literary legend Ernest Hemingway. The

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a mercy
Fiction
Sunny Solomon

A Mercy

“Don’t be afraid. My telling can’t hurt you in spite of what I have done…” This is Nobel winner Morrison at her visceral and poetic

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Autobiography/Memoir
Neal Ferguson

What the Eyes Don’t See

WHAT THE EYES DON’T SEE The contributions of immigrants to the articulation of and striving towards the “American Dream” are unassailable. Those contributions are still

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Historical Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Malice of Fortune

I think Michael Ennis is in love with Italy. Not the Italy of today’s grand sweep from the Alps down to the tip of the

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Devil’s Company

I can’t imagine why it’s taken me so long to climb on the David Liss bandwagon, but whatever the reason, I’m glad I did. For

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Longest Night

As the wife of an active-duty naval officer, Andria Williams recognizes the range of difficulties that can be encountered by military spouses. In her first

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Fiction
Neal Ferguson

Doc, A Novel

John Henry “Doc” Holliday: Southern landed gentry, classical pianist, consumptive, classicist, dentist, gambler, alcoholic, loyal friend, detective, and horseman.  In Russell’s fictional version, Doc Holliday

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Fiction
Dan Erwine

Night Film

Night Film is a private investigation thriller with touches of the supernatural. P. I. Scott McGrath has already damaged his reputation looking into the affairs of

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Biography
Neal Ferguson

Elephant Company

Elephant Company: The Inspiring Story of an Unlikely Hero and the Animals Who Helped Save Lives in World War II What do Elephants really want?

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Biography
Neal Ferguson

Victoria the Queen

VICTORIA THE QUEEN: AN INTIMATE BIOGRAPHY OF THE WOMAN WHO RULED AN EMPIRE The inevitable question I am asked: is the TV series recently aired

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Whole Town’s Talking

The Whole Town’s Talking When I taught creative writing, I always urged my students to think about audience. “Who will want to read what you

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History
Neal Ferguson

Japan 1941

Japan 1941: Countdown to Infamy Japan 1941, by Eri Hotta, a Japanese historian, traces the crucial decisions made by the Japanese political and military leadership

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Reviews
Ann Ronald

Lisette’s List

Is Lisette’s List Susan Vreeland’s best novel to date?  In my opinion, yes!  Because I so admire Vreeland’s pictorial imagination, I have always enjoyed her

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