REVIEWS

BOOK REVIEWS

* The Conversation, Jean D'Ormesson
* Taking Root in Provence, Marie Simons
* The Girls of Piazza D'Amore, Connie Guzzo-McParland
* A Divided Inheritance, Deborah Swift
* The Golden Dice, Elisabeth Storrs
* Isabella Braveheart of France, Colin Falconer
* Confessions of Marie Antoinette, Juliet Grey
* Sultana Two Sisters, Lisa Yarde
* The Serpent and the Pearl, Kate Quinn
* The Contessa's Vendetta, Mirella Patzer
* The Many Lives of Miss K., Jean-Noel Liaut
* The White Princess, Phillipa Gregory
* The Tudor Conspiracy, C. W. Gortner
* Mistress to the Crown, Isolde Martin
* Black Venus, James MacManus
* The Chalice, Nancy Bilyeau
* Fairchild, Jaima Fixsen
* Lady of Ashes, Christine Trent
* The Room With a Beehive, Comizia Bellocchi Scoccianti-Translanted by Patrizia Argentieri
* Swoon, Betsy Prioleau
* The Eyes of Venice, Alessandro Barbero
* The Sign of the Weeping Virgin, Alana White
* The Joy of Sexus, Vicki Leon
* Voice of the Falconer, David Blixt

* Georgette Heyer, Jennifer Kloester

BOOKS REVIEWED IN 2012



BOOKS REVIEWED in 2011
* The Blighted Troth, by Mirella Patzer
* The Secret Diary of a Princess, Melanie Clegg
* Finding Emilie, Laurel Corona
* Before Versailles, Karleen Koen


BOOKS REVIEWED in 2010

* the Road to Compiegne, Jean Plaidy
* the Countess and the King, Susan Holloway Scott
* Georgette Heyer's Regency World, Jennifer Kloester
* the King's Mistress, Emma Campion
* For The King, Catherine Delors
* How To Mellify a Corpse, Vicky Leon
* Prisoner in The Palace, Michaela MacColl
* The Pendant, Mirella Patzer
* No Will But His, Sarah A. Hoyt
* The Queen's Pawn, Christie English
* What the Victorians Didn't Do For Us, Allastair Williams
* Queen Victoria, Her Girlhood and Womanhood, by Grace Greenwood
* The Confessions of Catherine de Medici, by C.W. Gortner
* Mistress of Rome, by Kate Quinn
* Louis The Well Beloved, by Jean Plaidy (french Oh-La-La)
* The Green Bronze Mirror, by Lynne Ellison
* Daughter of Mine, by Laura Fabiani
* A Golden Web, Barbara Quick
* Watermark, Vanitha Sankaran  (French Oh-La-La)
* Claude & Camille, by Stephanie Cowell (French Oh-La-La)
* Beauvallet, by Georgette Heyer (French Oh-La-La)
* The Secret of The Glass, by Donna Russo Morin
* The Death of King Arthur, by Anonymous
* A Connoisseur's Guide To Antique Dolls
*The Queen's Dollmaker, Christine Trent (French Oh-La-La)
* Powder and Patch, Georgette Heyer (French Oh-La-La)
* Mr. Darcy's Great Escape, Marsha Altman
* Island of The Swans, Ciji Ware
* Virgin- Prelude To The Throne, Robin Maxwell
* O, Juliet, by Robin Maxwell
* The Hastings Hours

* The Night's Dark Shade, by Elena Maria Vidal (French Oh-La-La)
* Notorious Royal Marriages, by Leslie Carroll


BOOKS REVIEWED in 2009
*The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen, by Syrie James
* Myself My Enemy, by Jean Plaidy
* Cleopatra's Daughter, by Michelle Moran
* The Lover's Path, Kris Waldherr 
* No Wind of Blame, Georgette Heyer
* Sandition, by Jane Austen
* Pendragon's Banner, by Helen Hollick
* The Watsons, by Jane Austen
* The Virgin's Daughters, by Jeane Westin
* Lady Susan, by Jane Austen
* Goddess of the Green Room, by Jean Plaidy
* TheRaucous Royals, by Carlyn Beccia
* Royal Panoply, by Carolly Erickson
* A Lady Raised High, by Laurien Gardner
* The Corinthian, by Georgette Heyer
* Sense and Sensibility, by Jane Austen
* The French Mistress, by Susan Holloway Scott
* The Thistle and The Rose, by Jean Plaidy
* Pope Joan, by Donna Woolfolk Cross
* Northanger Abbey, by Jane Austen
* In The Company of The Courtesan, by Sarah Dunant
* Nefertiti, by Michelle Moran
* My Enemy the Queen, by Victoria Holt
* Louis XIV, by Vincent Cronin
* Indiscretions of the Queen, by Jean Plaidy
* Mistress of The Sun, by Sandra Gulland
* St. Thomas's Eve, by Jean Plaidy
* The Reluctant Queen, by Jean Plaidy
* Princess of Celle, by Jean Plaidy
* The Rose Without a Thorn, by Jean Plaidy
* The Courtesans by Joanna Richardson
* Doomed Queens by Kris Waldherr
* Trianon- a Novel of Royal France by Elena Maria Vidal
* The Last Great Dance On Earth, by Sandra Gulland
* Lucia: A Venetian Life in the Age of Napoleon, by Andrea di Robilant

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