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Review: Old Baggage, by Lissa Evans Harper, 2018. 310 pp. $16 Matilda Simpkin lives in a glorious, thrilling past as an activist for women ..read more
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Review: The Dream Peddler, by Martine Fournier Watson Penguin, 2019. 370 pp. $16 Sometime in the early 1900s, a stranger comes to an ..read more
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Review: The Darwin Affair, by Tim Mason Algonquin, 2019. 373 pp. $28 The year 1859 witnesses an event that shakes England — and the ..read more
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Review: The Organs of Sense, by Adam Ehrlich Sachs FSG, 2019. 227 pp. $26 In 1666, nineteen-year-old Gottfried Leibniz, not yet famous for ..read more
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Review: Caging Skies, by Christine Leunens Overlook, 2019. 304 pp. $26 Johannes Betzler might be like most Viennese boys of the late 1930s ..read more
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Review: Cape May, by Chip Cheek Celadon, 2019. 243 pp. $27 In 1957, Henry and Effie, married straight out of a small-town Georgia high ..read more
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Review: The Phoenix of Florence, by Philip Kazan Allison & Busby, 2019. 349 pp. 15£ Onorio Celavini, one of sixteenth-century ..read more
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Novelhistorian by Novelhistorian - 2M ago
Review: The Huntress, by Kate Quinn Morrow, 2019. 531 pp. $27 In spring 1946, memories of the war are just beginning to fade — for some. ..read more
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Review: The Bookshop of the Broken Hearted, by Robert Hillman Putnam, 2018. 293 pp. $26 Dutiful, reliable, bewildered by life, unsure what ..read more
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Review: The Name of the Rose, by Umberto Eco Translated from the Italian by William Weaver Houghton Mifflin, 2014 [1980, 1983] 579 pp. $16 ..read more

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