Welcome Home

By Michael O'Brien

Welcome Home by Michael O’Brien tells the story of Peter, who was born in Germany in 1930. He was the youngest of three boys, but after the death of his mother, his father Heinrich married again and fathered two more children. The two eldest boys...

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The Consequence of Anna

A Novel
By Kate Birkin and Mark Bornz

To Anna, love was total ownership and worship. It was beautiful until it wasn’t. Anna and Ambrosia (Rose) were cousins, best friends, and soul sisters. After losing her sister and mother as a little girl, Rose filled that void for Anna. But then Rose got...

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What She Lost

By Melissa W. Hunter

What She Lost by Melissa W. Hunter is part fiction, part memoir. Sarah Waldman is 13, enjoying life with her family in Olkusz, Poland. The family are Jewish and have no idea that their peace will be shattered and lives will be changed forever. In...

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The Twin

By Kevin St. Jarre

The Twin by Kevin St. Jarre tells the story of the missing years of Jesus’s life before he began his ministry and goes beyond his death. It is told from the translated writings of St Thomas, who meets Jesus as a small boy, then called...

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Becoming Olive W.

The Women of Campbell County
By S. Lee Fisher

Becoming Olive W.: The Women of Campbell County by S. Lee Fisher tells the story of the youngest daughter of Henderson Westchester. Olive, who was left orphaned at the age of three when her mother died in childbirth, struggles to find her purpose and place...

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Lady Be Good

The Life and Times of Dorothy Hale
By Pamela Hamilton

Pamela Hamilton’s biographical style work of fiction, Lady Be Good: The Life and Times of Dorothy Hale, tells the story of an extraordinary life. In the 1920s and 30s, socialite Dorothy Hale graced high society and elite circles, rubbing shoulders with prominent figures and becoming...

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The Women of Chateau Lafayette

By Stephanie Dray

Three women, three wars, and one castle. The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray is a historical fiction novel spanning the lives and influences of Adrienne Lafayette, Beatrice Chanler, and Marthe Simone, each saga coming together at one remarkable spot: Chavaniac. Adrienne must stand...

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Falling Pomegranate Seeds

All Manner of Things
By Wendy J Dunn

Falling Pomegranate Seeds: All Manner of Things is a work of historical fiction penned by author Wendy J Dunn. Being a noblewoman in the early sixteenth century was difficult at best. Women in this era had no say in anything, not even in whom they...

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Landscape of a Marriage

Central Park was only the beginning...
By Gail Ward Olmsted

Frederick Law Olmsted is known as the “father of American landscape architecture.” He designed large city public parks as well as the grounds for private estates, academic institutions, and other famous sites. What is not as well-known are the facts about his wife, family, and...

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The Realist

By Jack Hemphill

The Realist by Jack Hemphill is a historical fiction novel about a young biracial man yearning to be an artist during the Great Depression. Leon Hawkins grew up in an orphanage with the comfort of a slightly older sister, Edith. From the time he could...

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