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Wendy Hinman, Book Reviewer

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The Fugitive Colours

by Wendy Hinman

Nancy Bilyeau’s "The Fugitive Colours" is a suspenseful novel set within the London art world of the 1760s. In Spitalfields, amid London’s Huguenot community, entrepreneur Genevieve struggles to keep her silk design business going.... Read More

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Lioness

by Wendy Hinman

Mark Powell’s "Lioness" is a haunting literary thriller that probes an emotional and spiritual quest for meaning amid despair. Two years after the death of their seven-year-old son, David learns that his estranged wife, Mara, is... Read More

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Letters from Clara

by Wendy Hinman

"Letters from Clara" is an endearing account of an adventurous woman’s global travels during a tumultuous time in history. Eager to expand her horizons, Clara, a single, middle-aged woman from Wisconsin, set out to tour the globe after... Read More

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However Long the Day

by Wendy Hinman

Set in 1918 in Manhattan, Justin Reed’s historical novel "However Long the Day" follows two young men who switch identities. Niall is an Irish immigrant whose world turns upside down when he trades places with his doppelgänger,... Read More

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Life Lived Wild

by Wendy Hinman

In "Life Lived Wild", outdoorsman, writer, filmmaker, and conservationist Rick Ridgeway recounts his thrilling adventures in the world’s most remote regions. Ridgeway’s daring life is filled with newsworthy firsts. He was the first... Read More

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In the Name of Emmett Till

by Wendy Hinman

"In the Name of Emmett Till" shares the inspiring history of Mississippi’s early civil rights activists. The book opens with a timeline of early civil rights events before it tells the stories of people who were spurred to action by... Read More

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