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The Woodvilles: The Wars of the Roses and England's Most Infamous Family

The Woodvilles: The Wars of the Roses and England's Most Infamous Family

Of course there is always a place to hide if one has such a notion, even if only in the pages of fiction. My Alice Munro Reading Project is here: http://www.buriedinprint.com/?page_id=7985

Of course there is always a place to hide if one has such a notion, even if only in the pages of fiction. My Alice Munro Reading Project is here: http://www.buriedinprint.com/?page_id=7985

Kathy PAGE. Paradise & Elsewhere (2014) short fiction

Kathy PAGE. Paradise & Elsewhere (2014) short fiction

The Archaeology of Slavery and Plantation Life (Studies in Historical Archaeology) by Theresa A Singleton

The Archaeology of Slavery and Plantation Life (Studies in Historical Archaeology) by Theresa A Singleton

"in vain i have struggled. it will not do. my feelings will not be repressed. you must allow me to tell you how ardently i admire and love you." ((jane austen, pride and prejudice))

"in vain i have struggled. it will not do. my feelings will not be repressed. you must allow me to tell you how ardently i admire and love you." ((jane austen, pride and prejudice))

The Girl Who Was Saturday Night by Heather O'Neill (HarperCollins Canada) - This coming-of-age novel set on the seedy side of Montreal’s St. Laurent Blvd focuses on an unusual family, what binds them together and tears them apart. The Girl Who Was Saturday Night is reviewed here (http://mtlreviewofbooks.ca/reviews/the-girl-who-was-saturday-night/) and here (https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/heather-oneill/girl-who-was-saturday-night/).

The Girl Who Was Saturday Night by Heather O'Neill (HarperCollins Canada) - This coming-of-age novel set on the seedy side of Montreal’s St. Laurent Blvd focuses on an unusual family, what binds them together and tears them apart. The Girl Who Was Saturday Night is reviewed here (http://mtlreviewofbooks.ca/reviews/the-girl-who-was-saturday-night/) and here (https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/heather-oneill/girl-who-was-saturday-night/).

Shallow Enough to Walk Through, by Marissa Reaume (NeWest Press) https://newestpress.com/books/shallow-enough-to-walk-through

Shallow Enough to Walk Through, by Marissa Reaume (NeWest Press) https://newestpress.com/books/shallow-enough-to-walk-through

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