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Author Archives: Wisteria Leigh

Book Review: The Dressmaker of Khair Khana by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

An unforgettable book about a fascinating woman who is making a difference. Read More »

Book Review: The Good Daughters by Joyce Maynard

The Good Daughters with innuendo and secrets, provides a curious puzzle to piece together, as you witness the girls' painful self-awareness rip their memories apart. Read More »

Book Review: The Map of True Places by Brunonia Barry

The Map of True Places has a celestial place in the universe. Read More »

Book Review: Captive Queen, A Novel of Elizabeth of Aquitaine by Alison Weir

Captive Queen is a ruminative read with romantic resplendence that should be savored. Read More »

Book Review: The Language of Secrets by Dianne Dixon

The Language of Secrets is one of those books that you just won’t need to bookmark. It calls you back, a challenge to break away. Read More »

Book Review: Black Hills by Dan Simmons

Tantalizes the reader with a wonderful story from America's past, while questioning the future. Read More »

Book Review: Daughters of the Witching Hill by Mary Sharratt

A story of powerfully strong women, friendship, betrayal and forgiveness. Read More »

Book Review: Island of the Swans by Ciji Ware

Island of the Swans is an emotionally enveloping story that will tug at your heart with each page turned. Read More »

Review: Jantsen’s Gift by Pam Cope

"This is the story of a journey that took seven years and the loss of everything I had." Pam Cope Read More »

Book Review: Small Kingdoms by Anastasia Hobbet

Hobbet’s storytelling takes shape from different perspectives emanating from the lives of her culturally diverse mosaic of characters. Read More »