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Historical Fiction
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This story takes place, during WWII. It follows two women, Liv, a photographer, and Jane, a journalist, who are covering events following D Day. Real life women inspired the story; this always takes things up a notch or two. It More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Historical Fiction
by Mary Lynn Bracht

Iíve read a lot of World War II books, most detailing abominable acts against humanity. So, I was a bit surprised that I did not know about the events happening in this book. Be warned; this story portrays much evil and sufferin More
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Historical Fiction
by Leah Weiss

IF THE CREEK DONíT RISE is an in-depth portrayal of life in the Appalachian Mountains. I love character-driven novels, and all I can say is this one is fabulous. Itís page-turning, but itís not only the tension and suspense driv More
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Historical Fiction
by Alyson Richman

Iím a Paris kind of person. I love reading and learning more about this beautiful city; matching my remembered perception with the authorís portrayal. Iím secretly hoping the author captures the cityís charms so I can visit vicar More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Thriller
by A. J. Finn

I thoroughly enjoyed this psychological thriller. Anna suffers from severe acrophobia. She spends her days looking out the window, peeking into windows and taking pictures of her neighbors. She also visits online chat rooms, dr More
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Nonfiction
by Brene Brown

This is my first Brene Brown book, but after listening to this on audio, I will be downloading more! When a book makes me reevaluate and contemplate my behavior and thoughts or when I can't stop thinking about it, I need to shar More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Historical Fiction
by Jodi Daynard

The Midwife's Revolt is the first book in The Midwife Series by Jodi Daynard about the revolutionary war. As a historical fiction lover, I enjoyed reading about the women who took up arms for the cause. If you enjoy books with st More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Historical Fiction
by Susan Holloway Scott

I loved this book for several reasons. To start with, Eliza Hamilton was a strong woman, and strong, inspirational women get me every time. I also love reading about the role women played in different eras and the contentment the More
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Historical Fiction
by Karen Swan

I picked up this book because I love everything Paris. I was also intrigued because I can remember reading about an abandoned Paris apartment, filled with artwork, being discovered a few years back. In this story Flora is an art More
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Historical Fiction
by Natasha Boyd

One of the things I like most about this book is that, although a fictionalized account of a true person, it feels real. Itís also inspiring to read about a young woman ahead of her time. Sixteen year- ld Eliza Lucas is incredib More
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Fiction
by Lisa Jewell

You're only as sick as your secrets could be the theme for the story of the Bird Family. They were a happy family living in England until something terrible happens on Easter morning, and the family begins to unravel. The mother More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Historical Fiction
by Martha Hall Kelly

After going to a book signing for Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly, I couldnt wait to start reading the book. The story is the prequel to the Lilac Girls, which I loved, so I was excited to learn about Caroline Ferriday and her b More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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Historical Fiction
by Diane Chamberlain

I was drawn to this book because I was craving a good historical fiction story. This one takes place in the 1940s and explores many issues of the times. Itís well researched and just when you think you have things figured out, More
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fiction
by Kevin Kwan

I am not sure why I ended up reading this book because it is not my usual genre. I think I liked the cover. It is so creative and colorful, it just drew me in. Well, the book is witty and engaging, filled with outrageous charact More
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Thriller
by Erin Kelly

I grabbed this book because of the great reviews it was getting. And although it took a while, once it pulled me in, I was hooked. Itís a story that has plenty going for it; like lots of atmosphere, a clever plot and some surpri More
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fiction
by Elin Hilderbrand

Iíve read several of Elin Hilderbrandís books. I love her clean writing style and her incredible talent for creating atmosphere. In WINTER SOLSTICE, her descriptions of Nantucket, make you feel like youíve lived there your entir More
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Historical Fiction
by Daren Wang

A different perspective on the Civil War. Itís a story of a young and passionate girl, recently home from college, working to help slaves cross the NY Canadian border to safety. She faces many challenges as she struggles to d More
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Thriller
by Blake Crouch

At its core, this is a story of a manís love for his family and his quite ordinary life. Jason is content. He's a college professor. He owns a nice home in the suburbs of Chicago. Heís happy. However, the idyllic life portray More
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fiction
by Bryn Greenwood

This is a beautiful story, but it should come with a warning. It is disturbing and covers some uncomfortable controversial topics.It is the story of two people; both abused as children. Wavyís father is a drug dealer, and her mot More
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Historical Fiction
by Kathleen Grissom

I was a big fan of this this authorís THE KITCHEN HOUSE, so when I read Glory Over Everything picks up where that story left off, I was thrilled and couldnít wait to read it. Glory Over Everything is a story that follows James Py More
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Historical Fiction
by Fiona Davis

I love when a book is atmospheric and so full of rich details, you feel immersed in a time period. Reading about New York City no matter the century is also a favorite past time. So, no surprise that I immensely enjoyed THE ADDR More
Reviewed by- Linda

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Thriller
by Ali Land

A story that is disturbing and unsettling, one you wonít want to put down. Itís a thriller thatís complex, multi layered and twisty. Milly is fifteen, the daughter of a serial killer and the main character. She suffered physical More
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Fiction
by Amore Towles

What pulled me into this story were the vividly drawn characters and their relationships with each other. The many nuances and details each character brought to the story helped to transport me to 1922 Russia and stay there for More
Reviewed by- Andrea

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mystery
by Anthony Horowitz

This is a very fast paced clever whodunit. It is also a book within a book. I thought it was brilliant. Just when you think the big reveal is coming, the author seamlessly slips in another mystery for you to solve. This book i More
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Thriller
by Kaira Rouda

I liked this book a lot. Right away I could feel the tension building. For starters, Paul seems to have the idyllic life and marriage Ė a great job, two delightful sons, a beautiful wife, a home in the most desirable suburb and More
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