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  1. Review: WOLF HOLLOW

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    June 27, 2016 by kristin

    Title: Wolf Hollow Author: Lauren Wolk Genre: Middle Grade Historical Fiction Rating: 4 Stars I heard about Wolf Hollow from a …
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  2. Review: FALL OF POPPIES

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    March 20, 2016 by kristin

    Title: Fall of Poppies Authors: Heather Webb, Jessica Brockmole, Hazel Gaynor, Beatriz Williams, Lauren Willig, Jennifer Robson, Marci Jefferson, Evangeline …
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  3. A Week in the 17th Century (Two Book Reviews)

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    September 3, 2014 by kristin

    In the last week, I’ve read two novels set in the 17th century, and I’ve come to the conclusion that …
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  4. Review: THE MIRK AND MIDNIGHT HOUR

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    April 16, 2014 by kristin

    When I read the description of THE MIRK AND MIDNIGHT HOUR, by Jane Nickerson, I knew I must read the …
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  5. Review: I SHALL BE NEAR TO YOU

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    March 22, 2014 by kristin

    My own novel is a story about two young people trying to find a way to be together in the …
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  6. Review: LETTERS FROM SKYE

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    August 12, 2013 by kristin

    Full disclosure: I hung out with Jessica Brockmole, the author of Letters From Skye, at the Historical Novel Society conference …
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  7. Review: ASTOR PLACE VINTAGE

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    July 16, 2013 by kristin

    I heard about ASTOR PLACE VINTAGE by Stephanie Lehmann and immediately went and pre-ordered it on Amazon. Literally, that minute. I …
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Historical fiction writer and reader. Procrastinator. Sewist. Ally. Fan of red lipstick, rock 'n' roll, and everything vintage.

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The Boy in the Red Dress

When her drag queen best friend is accused of murdering a socialite, a Jazz Age Veronica Mars searches for the real killer in the seedy underbelly and glittering upper crust of 1931 New Orleans.

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