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Iris paints porcelain faces, ‘threads hair through the holes in the scalp, sometimes curls it with irons heated in the coals,’ in Mrs ..read more
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Meet the Norgaard family of rural Appalachia in the late 1800s: Norwegian immigrants who are devout and tough people.  Thor, who is deaf, ..read more
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Life for women in Jeju, a remote Korean island, is very different than in other places. Here women are the breadwinners, working outside ..read more
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At one time, Sebastian St. Cyr, himself, had been hunted for crimes he did not commit. Now, however, on a spring day in 1814, the law is ..read more
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In 17th-century Spain, Fray Martin de Sepulveda is living in relative obscurity after a scandal nearly brought him unwanted attention from ..read more
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Isobel and her husband Brendan left England to make a new life in New Zealand, but after ten years of struggling they have nothing to show ..read more
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This very readable and fast-paced biography relates the story of Mary Stuart in a fresh and engaging way. As in any book on Mary, Elizabeth ..read more
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In 1826, HMS Erebus, a ‘bomb’ vessel strong enough to carry heavy mortars, was built of oak and reinforced with iron. In 1839, having ..read more
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September 1920, Ireland. Spies tells the story of the War of Independence through the eyes of three children who are thrown together ..read more
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A young boy takes the Dreyfus Hudson locomotive, the night train, in the 1930s or 40s. Sometime during the night the boy falls asleep, but ..read more

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