Discover and save creative ideas

    Harvard Yard (Peter Fallon, #2) by William Martin

    • Kate Sprague

      #3 The second Peter Fallon book I've read. They're definitely slower than Steve Berry books, but I like the development of the stories. Neither ending has been actual resolution...might be a deal-breaker.

    • Becky Oscarson

      Harvard Yard: A Novel by William Martin,

    • Maggie Holmes

      Harvard Yard by William Martin. Read in 2008.

    • Terri E

      Harvard Yard by William Martin,

    • Linda LeVasseur

      Peter Fallon, book collector and historical sleuth, searches for a hand-written copy of an undiscovered Shakespeare play, Love's Labors Won given by the Bard to his friends and neighbors the Harvards. At the same time the stories of John Harvard, for whom the world renowned Cambridge university is named, and the Wedge family, who played a pivotal role in the evolution of the school, unfold in a parallel storyline. Suspenseful and interesting historical mystery.

    • Beyond Voyage

      Harvard Yard: William Martin - a must if you are visiting BOSTON or CAMBRIDGE USA

    • Kat Dominguez

      Harvard Yard: William Martin: 9780446614504: Books

    • Lithgow Public Library

      Harvard Yard (Peter Fallon, #2) by William Martin

    • Nancy Doucette

      one mans story of Harvard Yard

    People also love

    Back Bay (Perter Fallon #1) by William Martin

    Hemingway Inside Shakespeare & Company

    Cape Cod by William Martin

    The Bookman's Tale by Charlie Lovett

    Bookstore Shakespeare and Company in Paris

    Skipping Christmas by John Grisham This is such a funny story, but with meaning, and a thousand times better than the movie.

    Thought-provoking and touching story of a Harvard professor dealing with early onset Alzheimers.

    The Josephine B. Trilogy - Sandra Gulland. Basically my favorite books of all time! Historical fiction at it's very best. Gulland had me hooked! The story of Josephine Bonaparte's life, told from her perspective, through her personal journal.

    I learned about Rosalind Laker from my friend, Angela. She writes intriguing historical fiction. I love discovering new authors and reading as much of their work as I can.

    The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency #1) The No. 1 Lady Detective, Precious Ramotswe, is clever, practical and enterprising. She solves puzzling mysteries for her neighbors, outwitting dishonest husbands, con artists and thieves. The setting of Botswana plays a fascinating role in the story too. I love Alexander McCall Smith's witty and insightful style.

    Another pinner wrote: One of my all time favorites! This would be one of my desert Island books. The Lady's Maid to Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Based on a true story.

    Three-Day Town (Deborah Knott Mysteries, #17) - really enjoyed this mystery! Margaret Maron is a great story teller however i had gotten abit "tired" of a couple of the books in the series... this book got me right back into reading Maron and i have already ordered the next one in the series. If you have never read this series - i highly recommend - the first couple books and then 14-16 are the less good ones but read them to bring along the whole story...

    A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett I've read this book countless times. I like the movie too. It always makes me cry.

    In this charming historical romance, a Russian heiress flees her native land during the revolution and winds up in England, penniless and without a home. To earn money so her brother can stay in school, she finds a job as a maid at a country estate. Before long, she settles into the household below stairs. To her dismay, she becomes irresistibly attracted to the Earl of the manor, who has returned from war, bringing his beautiful fiancee home to meet his family.

    Katie John

    This series is set in Napoleonic France and in present-day England. I like the parallel stories and the element of espionage. The stories of Eloise and Colin in modern London and Richard and Amy in 19th century Paris are equally appealing. I will definitely read more of the series.

    I read this book after seeing the famous unicorn tapestries in Paris. The plot revolves around both the French family who commissioned the tapestries as well as the Belgian weavers who created them. I enjoyed the medieval setting, the details of how the tapestries were made and the well-developed characters in this fascinating historical novel.

    Just finished this book and it was an incredible true story that is inspiring and extremely moving at once.

    The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany

    In the Kingdom of Ice by Hampton Sides