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Post by JenniferLovesRoxi » Mon July 22nd, 2013, 8:51 pm

The Alchemist Prince/ The Red Lily Crown- Elizabeth Loupas (April 2014)

The Queen’s Dwarf- Ella March Chase (January 2014)

The Harem Midwife: A Novel- Roberta Rich (2014)

Elizabeth Blackwell While Beauty Slept- the legend of Sleeping Beauty, retold in a historical setting- February 2014

Susan Higginbotham The Jewel in the Tower- novel of Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox in the 16th century- February 2014

Marci Jefferson Girl on the Golden Coin- novel of Frances Stuart, beautiful Royalist exile in 17th-century France and England- February 2014

Sandra Gulland The Shadow Queen- novel about a woman who rises from poverty to become confidante to the Sun King’s mistress; set in the court of France’s Louis XIV in the 17th century- April 2014

Brandy Purdy, The Boleyn Bride- a novel of Elizabeth Boleyn, mother of Anne and Mary- February 2014

Eva Stachniak Empress of the Night- novel of Catherine the Great- March 2014
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Post by Divia » Mon July 22nd, 2013, 9:05 pm

I'm looking forward to Michelle Moran's book on the Indian Joan of Arc(the name of her I cannot remember) Not sure when the book comes out though.
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