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New Must-Reads for January

Readers are fawning over "The Last Runaway" by Tracy Chevalier, a historical fiction novel surrounding the Underground Railroad #books

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The 10 Hottest New Historical Fiction Books of the Summer

History books to read if you love learning about the past | The 10 Hottest New Historical Fiction Books of the Summer

At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier, http://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00SI0B5XA/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_wTsUvb0P93NBS

Not your typical historical fiction-- the Frida Kahlo parts of the story are as colorful as her self-portraits!

{books} Although, I'm not a huge fan of Christian fiction, these historical/bibical fiction books are an exception. They're beautifully written and are one of the few books that made me both cry and laugh.

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Civil War fiction you'll love

Historical Fiction Beyond Anne Boleyn: The Civil War

In a world filled with books for kids in the fantasy and science fiction genres, this is a very different kind of story—but one kids (and their parents!) will love.

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20 Captivating Historical Fiction Books Set in France

20 must-read historical fiction books set in France, including The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah.

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The Wars of the Roses reads

Books to read- Historical fiction beyond Anne Boleyn: The Wars of the Roses

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Best beach reads 2014 (infographic)

Popsugar has made a list of 2014 beach books for women. It’s a collection of hot bestsellers in mystery, romance, and modern fiction, mixed with classic evergreens.

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10 Must-Read Fiction Books

Must-Read Adult Fiction Book List *saving this for later

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25 Must-Read Historical Fiction Novels

Get lost in a good book. Here are some of Tina's favorite historical fiction novels.

The Last Runaway was good, but had the potential to be better for me. I love reading about Quakers and Amish, and love the historical fiction mixed in this book with the Underground Railroad. It was slow in spots. Overall however, it was an entertaining, fast read.

The Age of YA: A Timeline of YA Historical Fiction by Epic Reads