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The Bride Chooses A Highlander
The Bride Chooses A Highlander Adrienne Basso
Scotland, 1335: Marriage between clans is a matter of property and power, rarely love. But the only daughter of Laird McKenna longs for passion—and finds it in a Highlander’s arms . . .
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Duty To The Crown
Duty To The Crown Aimie K. Runyan
Set amid the promise and challenge of the first Canadian colonies, Aimie K. Runyan’s vividly rendered novel provides a fascinating portrait of the women who would become the founding mothers of New France.
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Promised To The Crown
Promised To The Crown Aimie Runyan
In her illuminating debut novel, Aimie K. Runyan masterfully blends fact and fiction to explore the founding of New France through the experiences of three young women who, in 1667, answer to Louis XIV's call and journey to the French colony of Quebec.
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An Unconditional Freedom
An Unconditional Freedom Alyssa Cole
An assassination plot that could end the Civil War, and a drive for vengeance that could destroy a secret league of unsung heroes . . .
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Murder Most Malicious
Murder Most Malicious Alyssa Maxwell
In the first in a new mystery series sure to delight fans of Downton Abbey, nineteen-year-old Lady Phoebe Renshaw and her lady’s maid cross social boundaries to solve murders in post-World War I England.
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Murder At Rough Point
Murder At Rough Point Alyssa Maxwell
In glittering Newport, Rhode Island, status is everything. But despite being a poorer relation to the venerable Vanderbilts, Emma Cross has shaped her own identity—as a reporter and a sleuth.
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Murder At Chateau Sur Mer
Murder At Chateau Sur Mer Alyssa Maxwell
Late nineteenth-century Newport, Rhode Island, is home to some of America’s wealthiest citizens. For society reporter Emma Cross, a less well-heeled cousin to the illustrious Vanderbilts, trailing gossip and glamour will lead her straight into murder . . .
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A Devious Death
A Devious Death Alyssa Maxwell
In the sobering yet hopeful years following the First World War, Lady Phoebe Renshaw and her lady’s maid, Eva Huntford, find their summer plans marred by an instance of murder . . .
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Murder At Ochre Court
Murder At Ochre Court Alyssa Maxwell
In the summer of 1898, reporter Emma Cross investigates a shocking death among the bright lights of Newport's high society . . .
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Between Earth And Sky
Between Earth And Sky Amanda Skenandore
In Amanda Skenandore’s provocative and profoundly moving debut, set in the tragic intersection between white and Native American culture, a young girl learns about friendship, betrayal, and the sacrifices made in the name of belonging.
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Murder On Black Swan Lane
Murder On Black Swan Lane Andrea Penrose
In Regency London, an unconventional scientist and a fearless female artist form an unlikely alliance to expose unspeakable evil . . .
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Murder at Half Moon Gate
Murder at Half Moon Gate Andrea Penrose
Nothing is as it seems in Regency London, especially when the Earl of Wrexford and Charlotte Sloane join forces to solve a shocking murder.
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The Dry Grass Of August
The Dry Grass Of August Anna Jean Mayhew
In this beautifully written debut, Anna Jean Mayhew offers a riveting depiction of Southern life in the throes of segregation, what it will mean for a young girl on her way to adulthood-and for the woman who means the world to her . . .
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A Deceptive Homecoming
A Deceptive Homecoming Anna Loan-Wilsey
Traveling secretary Hattie Davish is returning to her once-quiet hometown, where a deluge of deadly secrets leaves her feeling anything but welcome…
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A March To Remember
A March To Remember Anna Loan-Wilsey
Traveling secretary Hattie Davish is taking her singular talents to Washington, D.C. to help Sir Arthur Windom-Greene research his next book. But in the winding halls of the nation’s capital, searching for the truth can sometimes lead to murder . . .
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Casanova's Secret Wife
Casanova's Secret Wife Barbara Lynn-Davis
Set in eighteenth-century Venice and based on an actual account by Giacomo Casanova—here is a lush tale of desire and risk, offering a little known portrait of the writer as a young man.
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The Secrets Of Lizzie Borden
The Secrets Of Lizzie Borden Brandy Purdy
In her enthralling, richly imagined new novel, Brandy Purdy, author of The Ripper’s Wife, creates a compelling portrait of the real, complex woman behind an unthinkable crime.
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Murder In The Lincoln White House
Murder In The Lincoln White House C. M. Gleason
March 4, 1861: On the day of Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration, the last thing anyone wants is any sort of hitch in the proceedings—let alone murder! Fortunately the president has young Adam Quinn by his side . . .
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