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What was the inspiration for your recent novel, "The Wentworth Legacy"?

I’ve been asked a few times about my inspiration for “The Wentworth Legacy” and so here it is.

When we moved to Long Island in 1971, I was exposed to the life of the old money. 274 more words

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Book review: Beyond the Wild River

Beyond the Wild River

Author:
Sarah Maine
Publisher:
Atria Books | Simon & Schuster

US Release date:
April 18, 2017
Pages:
336
ISBN:
978-1501126956
also available as ebook… 1,002 more words

Historical Novels

Guest Post: Inspiration and the Earl of Ormonde by Nancy Blanton

I am privileged to host author Nancy Blanton, author of Sharavogue and her newest work The Prince of Glencurragh. Today, she is going to tell us about the source of inspiration for her new work. 615 more words

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On a Book Launch, Baltimore, and Echoes from the Alum Chine --

On a Book Launch, Baltimore, and the Alum Chine –

I’m heading to Baltimore this week to formally launch my second historical novel, Echoes from the Alum Chine… 373 more words

March wrap-up (& and bookish rant) | 4 mini book reviews

Hello folks!

Right I’m going to be honest, I’m always a little startled when another month is over and I feel like I have to talk about how many books I’ve read and my malignant thoughts ultimately turn to the books I… 1,122 more words

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Review of 'The Manchester Man' an 1873 novel by Mrs G Linnaeus Banks

I heard of the 1873 novel, ‘The Manchester Man’  through its being  mentioned in the footnotes of Joyce Marlow’s book ‘The Peterloo Massacre’ as having an excellent account of the horrors of that day depicted within it. 939 more words

Historical Novels

Book review: The Sun King Conspiracy

The Sun King Conspiracy

These weeks, I seem to be reading French history backwards: after a book on the last months of Marie-Antoinette 1,035 more words
Historical Novels