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So Many Books… So Little Time!

by Julie Klassen “The part of the abbey you inhabit is undoubtedly haunted.” Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey Murder. Mystery. Love. Haunted Abbey. Personally, I have never been one to read murder mystery novels. Although I do love intrigue, I just didn’t enjoy the stress of trying to figure out “whodunit” in the length of a …

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by Julie Klassen “The news of the wreck it soon spread along shore, And women and men ran for gain; Thus numbers they harden each other the more, That love of curst money may reign.” Religious tract by an anonymous clergyman, A Castaway in Cornwall Back at it again with another instant favorite, Julie Klassen’s …

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by Julie Klassen “Yet never have I longed to kiss any woman’s hands as I long to kiss these.” The Maid of Fairbourne Hall I am a great admirer of Julie Klassen’s work. Her books are incredibly compelling and painfully hard to put down. When I find a book by her, I automatically put it …

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by Julie Klassen “This is real life, Master Stephen. Happily ever after takes effort.” – The Painter’s Daughter The Painter’s Daughter Every author has a unique style, themes, depth, and settings that make their writing interesting and enjoyable. Melanie Dickerson and Karen Witemeyer are two authors that I can always bank on to write light …

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