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Thoughts on John Campbell's novel of historical Whitechapel, as well as a giveaway (open internationally).
Following up his 2012 debut, John B. Campbell sets his sights on Whitechapel in A Lark Ascending to tell the story of Malcolm Roberts, a young EastEnder whose curiosity leads him into the middle of a treacherous mystery. It's the 1920s and racial tensions are high across London as Chinese locals ...
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An extraordinary true story of a woman who managed to live for over a century with a good deal of anonymity - despite being an heiress to an unfathomable fortune. A remarkable read.
On January 8, 1839, during the eighth US president's time in office, William A. Clark was born in a Pennsylvania log cabin. One hundred and seventy-two years and thirty-six presidents later, his daughter Huguette would be living in reclusion in the middle of Manhattan, the century-old heiress of ...
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Another week in new releases, this time including work from David Nicholls, Alexander McCall Smith, Michael Faber, Anne Rice, Amy Poehler, and more.
Hey and happy Monday, bookworms! This week One Day author David Nicholls is back with a new novel, and Alexander McCall Smith has a new addition to the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series; Michael Faber and Anne Rice have new sci-fi/fantasy releases, and in romance there's new work from Mary ...
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This week includes new releases from Chuck Palahniuk, Sophie Kinsella, John Grisham, Lynn Shepherd, Darynda Jones, and more.
Happy Monday, readers! This week in fiction Chuck Palahniuk is back, and Sophie Kinsella continues her Shopaholic series. John Grisham has a new mystery, and Lynn Shepherd is back with another Charles Maddox story. There's also a new Charley Davidson story from Darynda Jones, romances from Raine ...
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New releases to kick off the week, including poetry from Mary Oliver, historical fiction from Louisa Treger and Donald McCaig, holiday stories from Elin Hilderbrand and Jill Shalvis, plus the new Jodi Picoult and nonfiction for the Princess Bride fans.
This week in new releases, Mary Oliver has a new poetry collection (excitement!), and there's historical fiction from Louisa Treger, Donald McCaig, Suzannah Dunn, and Eliza Granville. Plus, Jodi Picoult is back, and Tasha Alexander has a new Lady Emily mystery. In sci-fi there's new work from ...
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The week in new releases, including Colm Tóibín, Diane Chamberlain, Laura Childs, Brenda Novak, Debbie Macomber, Marie Lu, Alan Cumming, and more.
Oh goodness, such a big week of new releases. Once in a while when I do these round-ups I find the amount of new books just staggering, and this first full week of October has proven to be one of them. For the sake of (some) brevity, and for the sake of my own sanity, I've been keeping my ...
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Molly Greene's latest Gen Delacourt mystery story mixes suspense and history with a dash of romance. A fun adventure and a great addition to a compulsively readable series.
Molly Greene's latest story, A Thousand Tombs, is the fourth mystery involving sassy private investigator Gen Delacourt, and this time Gen is up to her eyebrows in intrigue when she and her boyfriend, San Francisco cop Mack Hackett, quite literally stumble upon a teenage boy on the run for his ...
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Judith Starkston's novel, Hand of Fire, gives us a closer look at Briseis, the woman who sparked a legendary conflict between Achilles and Agamemnon during the Trojan War.
My review is part of the Fireship Press Hand of Fire book tour. You can find links to all the stops (including reviews, interviews, guest posts, and excerpts) at FireshipPress.com. Judith Starkston's debut takes the reader deep into the history and mythology of ancient Greece to tell a story of ...
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A look at Stacey Rourke's fun, refreshing take on Washington Irving's classic legend.
In the first book of her Legends saga, Crane, Stacey Rourke takes on Washington Irving's unforgettable tale, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. It's a story we've all seen retold many times – through animation, on the silver screen, and, most recently, for television . It would be easy for anyone ...
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A lovely debut from Louisa Treger that utilizes autobiographical fiction to tell the story of writer Dorothy Richardson, an important (if little-known) figure in literary history whose affair with H.G. Wells may have been the catalyst for her revolutionary writing career.
In her debut novel, The Lodger, Louisa Treger melds fiction and history in order to bring to light the life of a remarkable and near-forgotten female writer. In her time, Dorothy Richardson was lauded for having reinvented language and revolutionized the art of writing; yet her name has fallen ...
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From James MacManus and in bookstores today, Sleep in Peace Tonight is an entertaining combination of atmospheric history and wartime romance.
James MacManus's new novel, Sleep in Peace Tonight, brings history and fiction together to tell the story of Harry Hopkins, aide and close personal confidante to Franklin Roosevelt. With Roosevelt unable to commit America into the war, Harry is sent to England as an envoy for British-American ...
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Tyler Knott Gregson's unconventional approach to expressing beauty is superbly captured in his collection of poems, Chasers of the Light.
Tyler Knott Gregson wrote the first poem in his popular typewriter series without ever knowing there would be a typewriter series. After stumbling across an old Remington typewriter in a used bookshop, he took a page from the $2 book he was purchasing and, without ceremony (without even taking a ...
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Reader, writer, tea drinker; bit hobbit-like. I write about books at Literary Inklings and occasionally about other things at CaseeMarie.com.