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Elizabeth's Chadwick's series of novels about William Marshal would not be complete without the story of his three-year pilgrimage to ..read more
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Julie Orringer has published three books in 15 years: How to Breathe Underwater, her debut collection of short stories in 2003; her novel ..read more
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Guy Gavriel Kay's "fantasy" novels are really historical novels very slightly disguised. That's good news for readers who love historical ..read more
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Mary Todd Lincoln was not well liked in her time. Women then were not supposed to have opinions on politics, nor were they supposed to be ..read more
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Readers hungry for more novels integrating graceful writing, a realistic historical approach, and the mysticism of the ancient world will ..read more
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If you're a reader who likes hard-boiled historical mysteries and you're looking for a fresh setting, look no further. The kind of ..read more
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Margaret Verble's new novel, Cherokee America, is about a woman and her five sons who run a potato farm in the Cherokee Nation in the 1870s ..read more
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Julie Orringer's first novel, The Invisible Bridge followed her acclaimed collection of short stories, How to Breathe Underwater. Published ..read more
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C.J. Sansom's Matthew Shardlake mysteries are long novels, thicker with history than the usual historical mystery. His latest, Tombland, is ..read more
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W.G. Sebald has a way of closely observing and describing people and their surroundings in a way that does far more than evoke a sense of ..read more

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