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The Thirteenth Tale, 2006. It's unlike any book I've yet read and doesn't fall into an easy book 'category' - suspenseful, psychological, eerie, has gothic atmosphere (but not derivative or melodramatic), strong story-telling, a book about books, about isolation, about self-discovery ~ by Diane Setterfield = 5 stars


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Book Review: “Women in the Viking Age” by Judith Jesch


The Signature of All Things

The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert; It doesn't matter if you relished or reviled "Eat, Pray, Love." With this novel about a young 19th-century Philadelphia woman who becomes a world-renowned botanist, Gilbert shows herself to be a writer at the height of her powers.

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