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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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Review: A Curious Beginning

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The first book in the Veronica Speedwell mystery series, A Curious Beginning, by Deanna Raybourn was so much fun. Entertaining, thrilling, charming, and witty, this series might just be my new favorite thing ever.Veronica lives in Victorian England, travels the world in...
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