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 A Shadowed Fate
A Shadowed Fate (A Lord Byron Mystery) By: Marty AmbrosePublisher: Severn House PublishersPublication Date: March 2020ISBN: 978-0-7278-8992-8Reviewed by Diane LunsfordDate: April 14, 2020Marty Ambrose delights her audience with the second book in her Lord Byron Mystery Series trilogy: A Shadowed Fate.The year is 1873 and Clair Clairmont is still reeling from the information she learned at the end of book one. Now, more than ever, she is determined to do whatever it takes to find out...
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 A Transcontinental Affair
A Transcontinental AffairBy: Jodi DaynardPublisher: Lake Union PublishingPublication Date: November 2019ISBN: 978-1542004091Reviewed by Diane LunsfordReview Date: October 1, 2019Jodi Daynard's latest novel, A Transcontinental Affair, delivers an intriguing blend of history and storyline.The story begins in 1870s Boston. The focus is the imminent departure of the Pullman Express Hotel. The train is about to embark upon its virgin coast to coast excursion. The cast of characters will make...
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 Babylon Laid Waste
Babylon Laid Waste: A Journey in the Twilight of the IdolsBy: Brigitte GoldsteinPublisher: BooklockerPublication Date: August 2019ISBN: 978-1644387696Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview Date: September 6, 2020Entering the war-torn environs of post-World War II Germany to find a lost relative, a young woman undertakes an adventure fraught with danger in this multi-layered mystery/romance by award-winning author Brigitte Goldstein.Writer Artemisia Safran is safe; she and her parents have...
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 Balian d'Ibelin
Balian d'Ibelin: Knight of Jerusalem (Jerusalem Trilogy)By: Helena P. SchraderPublisher: WheatmarkPublication Date: June 30, 2020ISBN-13: 978-1-62787-816-6Reviewed by: Amy LignorReview Date: August 3, 2020There are things you need to know up front in regards to this book, especially if you are a huge fan of this author, like I am. This is actually Book 1 of a “biographical” trilogy spotlighting the interesting life of Balian d’Ibelin. Now, if readers remember this amazing man from...
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 Claire's Last Secret
Claire's Last SecretBy: Marty AmbrosePublisher: Severn HousePublication Date: September 2018ISBN: 978-0-7278-8797-9Reviewed by: Janice LadendorfClaire's Last Secret is an historical mystery that features English writers. In the summer of 1816, a literary circle gathered in Geneva, Switzerland. It included Percy Pysshe Shelley and George Gordon, Lord Byron, as well as Mary Shelly and John Polidori. This is the summer that Mary Shelley had written Frankenstein and John Polidori had written The...
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 Days to the Gallows
Days to the Gallows: A Novel of the Hartford Witch PanicBy: Katherine Spada BastoPublisher: CreateSpacePublication Date: December 2016ISBN: 978-1536978043Reviewed by: Anita LockKatherine Spada Basto shines a light on a chilling portion of Connecticut's history in Days to the Gallows.Life in Connecticut Colony takes a turn for the worse while Governor Winthrop is away over the course of a year, negotiating a charter with the King of England. In his stead are Captain John Mason and Marshal...
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 Dvorah: Prophetess, Judge, Warrior
Dvorah: Prophetess, Judge, Warrior: The Simple Girl Who Grew Up to Lead Israel (Fierce Bible Women Book 1)By: M.J. LalliPublisher: Adler & Holmes, LLCPublication Date: August 2018ASIN: B07VG5J8H7Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottDate: January 8, 2020In her exploration of the dynamic accomplishments of Dvorah based on biblical text, novelist M. J. Lalli has created a vibrant tale of love, war and wisdom.Dvorah (often seen as “Deborah”) is the daughter and only child of a strong,...
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 I, Claudia
I, Claudia: A Novel of the Ancient WorldBy: Lin WilderPublisher: Wilder BooksPublication Date: December 2018ISBN: 978-1-9480-1843-2Reviewed by: Amy LignorFor anyone looking for one of those easy, cozy reads, this is not it. For someone who is looking for a fantastic plot of the ancient world filled with suspense, romance, and history, this is definitely the book you want. Not only is this a well-researched book that allows the reader to actually feel as if they are walking the streets in Judea...
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 My Dear Hamilton
My Dear Hamilton: A Novel of Eliza Schuyler HamiltonBy: Stephanie Dray and Laura KamoiePublisher: William Morrow PaperbacksPublication Date: April 2018ISBN: 978-0062466167Reviewed by: Ellen FeldReview Date: January 19, 2020Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie, authors of the highly successful American's First Daughter, tackle another great topic as they take on the life of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, the wife of Alexander Hamilton.The story opens in 1825 when James Monroe, the fifth...
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 My Name is Saul
My Name Is Saul: A Novel of the Ancient WorldBy: Lin WilderPublisher: Wilder BooksPublication Date: February 2020ISBN: 978-1948018494Reviewed by: Barbara Bamberger ScottReview date: April 5, 2020The early, pre-Biblical experiences of Saul of Tarsus, known to most as St. Paul the Apostle, is brought to light here in this “novel of the ancient world” by award-winning author Lin Wilder.Much of Wilder’s book is set in the prison where Paul is awaiting execution by the Romans. There, his guard...
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