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Category: Historical

BRIDE OF THE WOLF by Susan Krinard

Available now at Audible.com   Listen to a sample here: Rachel Lyndon yearns to escape her scandalous past, but her dreams for a better life seem ruined after she buries her fiancé on the Texas plains. Heath Renier has been evading the law by the skin of his teeth for years. Now he’s found a new . . .

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THE ROAD FROM CHAPEL HILL by Joanna Catherine Scott

This was a labor of love for me – a complex tale set in the chaos of the Civil War. Available from Crossroad Press. Listen to a sample here: “Scott’s novel—steeped in the Civil War, the issue of slavery, and Confederate history—is an incredible story of survival. Eugenia, daughter of a newly destitute Southern aristocrat, . . .

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TOO RICH FOR A BRIDE by Mona Hodgson

Available from Books on Tape                   Listen to a sample here: See what reviewers have had to say about this sequel to TWO BRIDES TOO MANY: “Ida believes her future is secure in a man’s world. After all, she has drive and determination. But what happens when . . .

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LETHAL LINEAGE by Charlotte Hinger

Available from Blackstone Audiobooks Listen to a sample here:  “The windy plains of western Kansas provide the backdrop for a bizarre locked-room puzzle. Lottie Albright, historian and undersheriff, is attending her niece’s confirmation at the new Episcopal church, built on the corners of four counties. The priest is Mary Farnsworth, old friend and dedicated social . . .

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DEADLY DESCENT by Charlotte Hinger

Now available at Blackstone Audio “Historical research is anything but dull in Hinger’s debut, which holds your attention every exciting step of the way.”—Kirkus Reviews “Family secrets both past and present underpin this promising mystery debut…Readers…will be rewarded by a nail-biting climax.”—Publishers Weekly

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LUNCHEON OF THE BOATING PARTY by Susan Vreeland.

AVAILABLE FROM BOOKS ON TAPE Listen: “Here, Vreeland uses words to paint the changing world of late 19th-century France. After being stung by remarks in an essay written by French novelist Émile Zola concerning the inadequacies of Impressionism, Pierre-Auguste Renoir is goaded to paint a masterpiece surpassing his Montmartre spectacle Bal au Moulin de la . . .

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