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Dreamland

by Meg Nola

In Nancy Bilyeau’s "Dreamland", the staid, guarded world of New York’s upper class is invigorated by Coney Island’s seaside air and spectacle. Set in 1911, "Dreamland"‘s bright, witty heroine is twenty-year-old heiress Peggy... Read More

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Remembered

by Jessie Horness

“It’s high time they stop killing our people,” says a reverend in the opening of "Remembered". “If we don’t stop them now, it won’t ever stop.” Edward Freeman has died, publicly, tragically, and too young, and a tempest is... Read More

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The Storytellers

by Mari Carlson

Featuring an unrelenting search for more knowledge, regardless of the cost, "The Storytellers" is a vibrant, ghostly historical novel. In 1877, a year after the Battle of Little Bighorn, a team of soldiers and assistants returned to the... Read More

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Tables Turned

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Tables Turned" is a historical novel that raises many interesting “what if” questions regarding the fate of the Confederacy and the United States after the Civil War. In Gerald W. Shaw’s historical novel "Tables Turned", a... Read More

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Little By Little

by Susan Waggoner

"Little By Little" is an inventive time travel story that captures the essence of disparate eras well. Dawn Davis’s "Little By Little" is an imaginative time travel tale that’s enlivened by realistic details. In 1929, in a shabby but... Read More

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