Lady Be Good

The Life and Times of Dorothy Hale
By Pamela Hamilton

Pamela Hamilton’s biographical style work of fiction, Lady Be Good: The Life and Times of Dorothy Hale, tells the story of an extraordinary life. In the 1920s and 30s, socialite Dorothy Hale graced high society and elite circles, rubbing shoulders with prominent figures and becoming...

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Landscape of a Marriage

Central Park was only the beginning...
By Gail Ward Olmsted

Frederick Law Olmsted is known as the “father of American landscape architecture.” He designed large city public parks as well as the grounds for private estates, academic institutions, and other famous sites. What is not as well-known are the facts about his wife, family, and...

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Love's Labour's Won

The Secret Life of William Shakespeare
By William Gray

The year is 1660 and Lady Elizabeth is once again bound to resurrect some secret treasures of her late grandfather’s writing, most particularly a memoir that could rock the security of Lady Elizabeth’s world and that of her family. You see, her grandfather was none...

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L'Agent Double

Spies and Martyrs in the Great War
By Kit Sergeant

L’Agent Double: Spies and Martyrs in the Great War by Kit Sergeant takes us deep inside the lives of three young women from very different backgrounds during the First World War, some unknown and one particularly infamous, as they ply their secretive trade, each with...

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Leopold's Assassin

By J.R. Rogers

J.R. Rogers' historical fiction novel Leopold's Assassin is set in the time period of 1902-1903. Gennaro Cataldo, an Italian anarchist, is forced to flee from his native Italy because of his political anarchist tracts. In London, his active involvement in anarchist field operations deepens his...

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Living in a Star's Light

A novel based on the life of Miss Lotta Crabtree
By Steve Lindahl

Lotta Crabtree was an American actress, entertainer, and comedian. She was also a philanthropist. Born Charlotte Mignon Crabtree in New York to English parents, she was raised in the gold mining hills outside San Francisco. This information is provided as a background story for the...

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Liberty Man

By Brad Livengood

Liberty Man by Brad Livengood is a historical novel with beautiful elements of romance. Gabriel Brower is stunned when William Kinney, a soldier of the American Revolution and a man who is supposed to have died 150 years ago, suddenly appears in his living room....

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Light of the Northern Dancers

By Robin F. Gainey

Eden and Aiden are copper-haired siblings that have travelled from the shores of Scotland to the west of the US. Eden accompanied her husband, Hugh, to Wyoming with dreams of breeding polo ponies to sell on the lucrative market for such animals. Their well laid...

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Laurel's Choices

By Exie Wilde Henson

Laurel was a young woman from a middle-class family who followed her beloved father into teaching. When she meets and marries Justin Worth, a professional photographer, her life will change forever. Justin has a sense of adventure and, realizing that photography alone cannot sustain a...

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Lydia

Woman of Philippi
By Diana Wallis Taylor

While her father is a proud citizen of Rome, her mother believes in the Jewish faith and is allowed to teach and take Lydia to the temple. Lydia’s marriage is arranged when she is only fifteen to a man she does not love and...

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