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Bookshelf: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

I am an author. I don’t know yet whether I fit into any one genre, but my largest project is about werewolves. Many seasoned authors have issued the keen advice, “To write in your genre, you must read in your … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train Paula Hawkins Published 2015 Thriller, 336 pages “How does it feel, Anna, to live in my house, surrounded by the furniture I bought, to sleep in the bed that I shared with him for years, … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Red Queen by Philippa Gregory

The Red Queen Philippa Gregory Published 2010 Historical Fiction, 377 pages “Before God, I swear that I have to believe that there is more for me in life than being wife to one man after another, and hoping not to … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: The Lady of the Rivers

The Lady of the Rivers Philippa Gregory Published 2011 Historical Fiction, 512 pages A first person account of the life of Jacquetta of Luxembourg; she was the young widow of the Duke of Bedford, choosing a second marriage for love … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Georgia

Georgia Dawn Tripp Published 2016 Mystery, 318 pages Spanning 1915 to the 1980s, Tripp’s historical fiction account follows the life of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, from her First Person perspective. Much fascination revolves around the infamous affair between a young … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: Seventy-Seven Clocks

Seventy-Seven Clocks Christopher Fowler Published 2008 Mystery, 496 pages In 1970s London, the oddest crimes are left in the capable but quirky hands of detectives Bryant and May of the Peculiar Crimes Unit. What begins as a simple incident of … Continue reading

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