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Celia's House
Celia's House by D. E. Stevenson (Historical Fiction)
This book is about a house which has been in the same family for many years. It takes place in Scotland in the early 1900's and follows several generations of the family with all of the ups and downs usually encountered in such a story. It is beautifully written. I enjoyed it and read it in two days. -- Added by Sanibel on 02/06/2017

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Lady in Waiting
Lady in Waiting by Susan Meissner (Historical Fiction)
This story takes place in both the present day and the mid-1500's. A young woman, who owns an antiques store, discovers a very old ring hidden in the binding of an old prayer book. /she finds her marriage of twenty years at a turning point as well. While attempting to work through the emotional time and discover what she really wants for her future, she tries to research the background on the ring. The alternate chapters of the book focus on Lady Jane Grey, the original owner of the ring, and her very short reign as Queen of England. I loved the book! -- Added by Sanibel on 02/04/2017

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Secrets of a Charmed Life
Secrets of a Charmed Life by Susan Meissner (Historical Fiction)
This book takes place in England during World War Two. Two young sisters who were separated during the Blitz spend more than twenty years looking for each other, each of them feeling guilty about the events that transpired to separate them. It is a wonderful book. I could not put it down once I started reading. -- Added by Sanibel on 01/29/2017

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The Lost Hours
The Lost Hours by Karen White (Historical Fiction)
I loved this book! It follows two parallel stories, one of a young woman whose grandmother has passed away after a long bout with dementia, and the other of the grandmother and two friends as young women. There is a mystery that is not resolved until almost the end of the book. Very entertaining and well researched. -- Added by Sanibel on 01/27/2017

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Yesternight
Yesternight by Cat Winters (Historical Fiction)
This is a very unusual book. The main character is a young woman whose work as a psychologist brings her into contact with children, some of whom exhibit strange behavior caused by memories they claim are from previous lives they have lived. The psychologist is drawn to these children as she herself seems to have similar memories. I enjoyed the book. -- Added by Sanibel on 01/14/2017

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Accidentally in Love: A Talyton St George Novel
Accidentally in Love: A Talyton St George Novel by Cathy Woodman (Other Fiction)
This is a story about a veterinary nurse in England. She falls in love with the new vet but has an accident that affects her life drastically and makes her question whether he feels love or pity for her. It is a good story. -- Added by Sanibel on 01/14/2017

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