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REVIEW: City of Shadows by Ariana Franklin

City of Shadows (2006) by Ariana Franklin revisits the story of Anna Anderson, a young Polish woman, who had claimed in real life to be the long lost daughter of Russia’s last czar. While many people embrace the notion that … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

The Bronze Horseman (2002) by Paullina Simons is one of those rare novels that leaves its mark on you.  It’s a  novel featuring a powerful lovestory set within a WWII backdrop. Captivating. Engrossing. Touching. Moving. Memorable. All adjectives that accurately describe one of the best … Continue reading

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