The Paper Daughters of Chinatown by Heather B. Moore

The Paper Daughters of Chinatown by Heather B. Moore

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Her Quiet Revolution by Marianne Monson

Her Quiet Revolution by Marianne Monson

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The Orphan’s Song by Lauren Kate

The Orphan's Song by Lauren Kate

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Book Review of The Caseroom by Kate Hunter

The Caseroom by Kate Hunter

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The False Men by Mhairead MacLeod

The False Men by Mhairead MacLeod

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Book Review of What Kitty Did Next by Carrie Kablean

What Kitty Did Next by Carrie Kablean

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of What Kitty Did Next by Carrie Kablean If I could go back in time and live for a week anywhere I wanted, I’d choose Victorian England. Of course, …

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Book Review of America Uber Alles by Jack Fernley

America Uber Alles by Jack Fernley

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Book Review of Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

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The Man Who Lived Twice by David Taylor

The Man Who Lived Twice Final Cover

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The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

the nightingale by kristin hannah

♦This post contains affiliate links. You don’t pay any extra, and I make a small commission.♦ ♦Please see my Disclosure tab for more information.♦ Book Review of The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah Although this story is sad, it is so inspiring. I can’t imagine living under the same circumstances that these people did. They were …

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