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Sawbones

A perfect example of a well-written, western historical thriller, SAWBONES by Melissa Lenhardt will renew your love of authentic historical fiction. Although its gritty realism may offend some readers, I was captivated by the genuine characterization. Accused of murder, Dr. Catherine Benton joins a wagon train heading west. Her only alibi is the resurrection man...

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The Scottish Duke

Ranney is a new to me author and I don’t know how I’ve missed her books previously.  I look forward to reading the next book in the DUKE TRILOGY and will be adding many of her books to my always growing TBR pile since I enjoy historical romances and those set in Scotland.  A place...

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Someone to Love

Someone to Love by Mary Balogh

SOMEONE TO LOVE by Mary Balogh kicks off a new series about the Wescott family with some shocking revelations. Can this wealthy family withstand disaster when everything they’ve known changes after their father’s death? Anna Snow has lived in an orphanage most of her life. She barely remembers the day she arrived there. As an...

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How to Impress a Marquess

As a boy, George, the Marquess of Marylewick, loved to paint and draw, but his father managed to knock that out of him rather early in life, determined to get George ready to take on the title one day. Bullied by his father at home as well as the boys at school, George’s life is...

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