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All The Ways We Say Goodbye
Fiction
Ann Ronald

All The Ways We Said Goodbye

All The Ways We Said Goodbye – Team W (Williams, Willig, and White) have done it again! One historical romance written by three talented writers.

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The Last Train to London
Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Last Train to London

The Last Train to London is a second look at Meg Waite Clayton’s novel, which proves the value of book recommendations from reviewers you trust.

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The Arctic Fury
Reviews
Ann Ronald

The Arctic Fury

The Arctic Fury – Greer Macallister’s historical novel calls for a willing suspension of disbelief, historical fiction at its best. Greer Macallister based her novel,

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Lost Roses
Historical Fiction
Ann Ronald

Lost Roses

Lost Roses – The American Ferriday women (of the Lilac Girls) are again involved in helping women and families displaced by the devastation of war.

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The Last Passenger
British Authors
Ann Ronald

The Last Passenger

The Last Passenger, another story of Charles Finch’s favorite upper-class detective, Charles Lenox, detecting crimes in a dark and shady Victorian England. The Last Passenger

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Before We Were Yours
Historical Fiction
Ann Ronald

Before We Were Yours

Before We Were Yours – Lisa Wingate’s fictional character discovers and uncovers the hidden and difficult historical truths surrounding her family’s past. Because I so

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American Gospel
Fiction
Ann Ronald

American Gospel

American Gospel – Lin Enger’s immensely engaging novel of a messianic Minnesota preacher you will find it hard to turn away from. As I have

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The Last House on The Street
Fiction
Sunny Solomon

The Last House on The Street

Diane Chamberlain’s latest mystery, The Last House on The Street, is a provocative title for a provocative mystery that takes forty-five years to solve. The

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Her Last Flight
Fiction
Ann Ronald

Her Last Flight

Her Last Flight – Beatriz Williams, once again, takes her creative imagination to new heights in this historical novel of women and aviation. I have

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I Saw A Man
Grief
Ann Ronald

I Saw A Man

I Saw A Man is Owen Sheer’s breathtakingly beautiful story of death and grief. If you are currently suffering from grief or the overwhelming loss

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Flight of The Sparrow
Fiction
Ann Ronald

Flight of The Sparrow

Flight of The Sparrow, Amy Belding Brown’s fresh and non-puritanical retelling of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson’s 1682 published narrative of her abduction by “savages.” Mary Rowlandson,

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Everyone Brave is Forgiven
British Authors
Ann Ronald

Everyone Brave Is Forgiven

Everyone Brave is Forgiven – Chris Cleave’s novel in which the noble and ignoble characters, caught in the throes of WWII, find their way into

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The Quartet Murders
British Authors
Ann Ronald

The Quartet Murders

The Quartet Murders — J. R. Ellis has composed a murder mystery second only to Schubert’s second movement in his Quartet in D Minor. Can

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Beheld
Fiction
Ann Ronald

Beheld

    Beheld – a novel of the first settlers of the Plymouth Colony and the complex domestic constraints under which the women lived. When

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Circle Way
Books on Writing
Sunny Solomon

Circle Way

Circle Way, A Daughter’s Memoir, A Writer’s Journey Home, a writer’s memoir of her relationship with her writer father and her search for answers to

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