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The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg is worth a read, along with these 13 other historical fiction books about real-life women.

14 Historical Fiction Books About Real-Life Women

The Dream Lover by Elizabeth Berg is worth a read, along with these 13 other historical fiction books about real-life women.

Free and Cheap Kindle Books (September 2013) Christian fiction #fancylittlethings.com

Free and Cheap Kindle Books (September 2013) Christian fiction #fancylittlethings.com

Dan Pink has put into words what my thoughts have been wondering.  This is a new age.  A new way that we  do things.  And Dan Pink describes how we fit into it now.

Dan Pink has put into words what my thoughts have been wondering. This is a new age. A new way that we do things. And Dan Pink describes how we fit into it now.

The Cottage (Secrets of the Shetlands) by Michael Phillips http://www.amazon.com/dp/0764217496/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_YRj0wb0MGXSMR

The Cottage (Secrets of the Shetlands) by Michael Phillips http://www.amazon.com/dp/0764217496/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_YRj0wb0MGXSMR

A Fatal Grace (Three Pines Mysteries, No. 2) by Louise Penny http://www.amazon.com/dp/0312352565/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Yxr4tb1CZYCX1

A Fatal Grace (Three Pines Mysteries, No. 2) by Louise Penny http://www.amazon.com/dp/0312352565/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Yxr4tb1CZYCX1

By Gaslight - London, 1885. A woman’s body is discovered on Edgware Road; ten miles away, her head is dredged from the dark, muddy waters of the Thames. Famed detective William Pinkerton had one lead to the notorious thief Edward Shade, and now that lead is dead. Determined to drag Shade out of the shadows, Pinkerton descends into the seedy underworld of Victorian London, with its gas-lit streets, opium dens, sewers and séance halls, its underworld of spies, blackmailers, cultists

By Gaslight - London, 1885. A woman’s body is discovered on Edgware Road; ten miles away, her head is dredged from the dark, muddy waters of the Thames. Famed detective William Pinkerton had one lead to the notorious thief Edward Shade, and now that lead is dead. Determined to drag Shade out of the shadows, Pinkerton descends into the seedy underworld of Victorian London, with its gas-lit streets, opium dens, sewers and séance halls, its underworld of spies, blackmailers, cultists

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