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Women of Honor

by Meg Nola

Almost unnervingly detailed, "Women of Honor" recounts grim and humorous tales of the women caught up in mafia life. "Women of Honor" takes a penetrating look at how a notorious criminal syndicate ensnares the wives, mothers, and... Read More

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Women Within

by Shana Creaney

Relevant and expertly arranged, this novel is composed of stirring and sympathetic trials and tribulations. "Women Within" interweaves three women’s lives in an introspective, literary fashion. The narration showcases the thoughts and... Read More

Book Review

The Suffragents

by Susan Waggoner

Kroeger provides a nearly minute-by-minute account of organized men’s participation in the fight for women’s suffrage. Brooke Kroeger’s massively researched history, The Suffragents: How Women Used Men to Get the Vote, chronicles... Read More

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The Pinks

by Meg Nola

"The Pinks" reads like a historical thriller, with one fascinating plot twist: it is based wholly on truth. Chris Enss’s "The Pinks" offers an engrossing look at the women’s flank of the famed Pinkerton group, which provided services... Read More

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