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Thursday, 12 May 2016
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Book: Theft of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan

Recommended by: Lois

A wonderful fantasy tale of two friends with an affinity for trouble, including women in distress, political intrigue, and magical monsters. What a fun ride to tag along on adventures with Hadrian and Royce!

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Posted By Logan Library at 2:34 PM
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Wednesday, 9 March 2016
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Book: The Plantagenets : The Warrior Kings and Queens who Made England by Dan Jones

Recommended by: Joseph

This exciting and bestselling book recounts the 250-year history of medieval England's dysfunctional ruling family. Knights and ladies, loyalty and treachery, war and peace, the pen and the sword - it's all here in vibrant detail.

This book heralded the career of a promising young historian who has gone on to write about the Wars of the Roses and the Magna Carta.

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Posted By Logan Library at 4:09 PM
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Friday, 29 January 2016
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Book: A Fall of Marigolds by Susan Meissner

Recommended by: Karen

I like it when I learn about a new period of history that I hadn't studied before when I read historical fiction.  Meissner takes the reader to Ellis Island circa 1911 to a medical ward treating immigrants with scarlet fever.  Nurse Clara Wood finds herself treating a patient that is suffering the same loss she is, the death of a loved one.  Meanwhile, in Manhattan 2011, widow Taryn Michaels discovers something precious that once was lost can be found. The stories are tied together with a beautiful scarf, covered in marigolds.  A fascinating look at life, love and a piece of history I had never thought about before.

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Posted By Logan Library at 1:24 PM
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