1. Here is Where - Discovering America's Great Forgotten History by Andrew Carroll
volunteer organization now to mark some of these historic sites.]
2. A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy
3. Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler by Trudi Kanter
A friend pointed me to this book. It's a memoir of survival during WWII. The author successfully leaves Austria for England as the Nazis begin their reign of terror on the Jews. She's a milliner with quite a reputation for her hats. She writes simply but clearly tells her story. The book was originally self published and only rediscovered by an editor recently and republished. The sad part is that Trudi had no children and the publisher has not found anyone to give the royalties to. A quick read, but well worth it.
The Curve of Time by M. Wylie Blanchett
Vintage by Susan Gloss
Girl on the Golden Coin - A Novel of Frances Stuart by Marci Jefferson
The Strange Case of the Rickety Cossack by Ian Tattersall
Sweetest Hallelujah by Elaine Hussey
What have you been reading?