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Review: Well Met

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As soon as I found out Jen DeLuca's novel, Well Met, was based at a renaissance faire, I knew I had to read it.Emily, dealing with a bad breakup, moves to an unfamiliar town to help her sister and niece after...
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Review: Dear Mrs. Bird

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When readers discuss the historical fiction genre, humor doesn't come up very often. The past, in its most dramatic periods, makes for a great book setting because of built-in drama and oftentimes, comedy can feel insensitive when a book...
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Review: The Flight Girls

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The Flight Girls by Noelle Salazar is yet another great female-lead WWII historical fiction novel, fitting somewhere between Lilac Girls and The Huntress.The story features Audrey Coltrane, a young aviatrix. She dreams of owning an airfield while teaching flying at a...
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Review: A Dangerous Collaboration

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Deanna Raybourn has once again delivered a gloriously witty and intelligent Victorian mystery in A Dangerous Collaboration. This is the fourth book in the Veronica Speedwell series. This time, Veronica and Stoker are off to a foggy, sea-battered island...
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