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All Down Darkness Wide: A Memoir

Readers seeking an elegant, profound memoir will find none better than this. Highly recommended.

The Nightjar

Hewitt’s debut is an intense, bloody, and unfortunately flawed fantasy thriller with an intriguing story line that hamstrings itself with a frustratingly inept protagonist whose romantic feelings never ring true.

Radical Friend: Amy Kirby Post and Her Activist Worlds

An inspirational, academic, and historical biography that presents a new role model for intersectional social justice movements.

Renoir's Dancer: The Secret Life of Suzanne Valadon

A fine selection of photographs and extensive notes superbly complement this absorbing, thoroughly researched book. A must for art lovers and scholars, it will also appeal to readers of serious historical biographies. [See Prepub Alert, 9/11/17.]

A Mother Like Mine

This English family saga should appeal to readers of Joanna Trollope or early Jojo Moyes.

The Mistress of Paris: The 19th-Century Courtesan Who Built an Empire on a Secret

An entertaining read, this book will likely appeal to history buffs as well as those who enjoy a well-written biography.

Rainy Day Sisters

While dramatic windswept hills and quirky villagers will satisfy the Anglophile reader and a romance for each sister will tug at heartstrings, in the end this novel is a family story about letting go of the past in order to embrace the future.

The Nourishing Homestead: One Back-to-the-Land Family's Plan for Cultivating Soil, Skills, and Spirit

While it is information-dense, a conversational tone and practical tips make this text a terrific resource for homesteaders at all levels.

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