Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Rivals of Versailles – Sally Christie

Little Jeanne was disgusted by the dirty old woman at the fair who wanted to tell her fortune. While her mother haggled about the price, she was impatient to be away and see the dancing ducks. Ah, but this fortune … Continue reading

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Journey to Munich – Jacqueline Winspear

Munich can be an exciting place to visit, full of life and energy. But in 1938 the excitement is not welcome. This is a different Munich, a Munich filled with fear and tension and Brownshirts.  Reluctantly, Masie has agreed to … Continue reading

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Paint Your Wife – Lloyd Jones

It all began when the men went off to war. Alma was one of the few males left in town. He was the teacher in the tiny school, wore an old straw hat and carried his tin case of pencils … Continue reading

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Rebel of the Sands – Alwyn Hamilton

The desert can be a harsh and lawless environment – survival of the fittest.  In a country ruled by a Sultan who has allowed foreign armies into its borders, the desert dwellers must be ever alert of the dangers from … Continue reading

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Into the Dim – Janet B. Taylor

Hope knew she was adopted at a young age, but that’s about all her mother told her.  Many years later, her mother is presumed dead, killed in an earthquake.  Hope is sent to Scotland to reunite with her mother’s family … Continue reading

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