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Samantha Gordon had from childhood known that she was adopted. Separated from her twin brother at birth, she begins to question who she is and where she came from. Throughout this novel, Samantha is seeking answers to her heritage and … Continue reading

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Somerset by Leila Meacham

I was in the mood for a long historical epic novel. “Somerset” had just come into our (small) local public library, and it fit the bill quite nicely! “Somerset” is a prequel to Meacham’s novel “Roses”, which is definitely going … Continue reading

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