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Giveaway: A Different Sun by Elaine Neil Orr. Open to US readers, ends 1/31.

A dark and somber piece of historical fiction, this novel tells the life story of a women sentenced to death for a murder she committed in Iceland in the 1800's. Beautifully written and wonderfully descriptive, it is a fascinating read!

Great novel about small town Texas life

Out of Africa.....excellent-Love this book.

I love reading books again and again. It's like coming back to old friends. And you will always notice something new or make a new connection that you hadn't thought of before. Even if the world in that book is always the same, the reader is not, thus the story will always grow.

Brownsville: Stories, by Oscar Casares

Burial Rites by Hannah Kent. Really amazing novel (based on a true story) about the last woman executed in Iceland. Captivating.

A Year on Ladybug Farm: This is the story of three friends who have been through so much life together, who love each other more than family could. They have the courage to risk that friendship by buying a huge, rundown farm estate in Tennessee and moving there together. It's a fun, fast read with touching moments. I'm already thinking of the cast for the movie.

'An Irish Country Childhood' by Marrie Walsh - As a child I would sit on the stone wall as if hypnotised, imagining that the world ended where the moutains and the sky met and wishing I could stand at the top and touch the heavens.' This enchanting story tells of a young girl's magical childhood on a farm in the west of Ireland during the 1930s and 1940s. It looks at the mountain-village community, one that was poor, though never short of the necessities of life.

Top New Mystery & Thriller on Goodreads, March 2013

The House Girl - Virginia, 1852. Seventeen-year-old Josephine Bell decides to run from the failing tobacco farm where she is a slave and nurse to her ailing mistress, the aspiring artist Lu Anne Bell.

Some Luck by Jane Smiley. From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Thousand Acres: a heartwarming, deeply engaging new novel - the life and times of an American farm family over three transformative decades (1920-1953) - certain to become an instant classic. First volume of a trilogy. (Pub. 10/7/14)