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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books that Need to be Released Already

The Italian Wife

The Italian Wife October 6, 2015 This story sounds so compelling. Literature set in Italy during the first half of the 20th century has been few and far between for me so I am especially interested in this.

Under a dark summer sky

OK so technically this came out last week, but I haven’t been able to read it yet so I am still counting it on this list. It sounds like a great summer read.

the memory weaver

The Memory Weaver September 1, 2015 What’s better for a fall read than a family mystery set in the wild west.

Naked

Naked A novel of Lady Godiva. July 14, 2015  Godiva is more than just chocolate. Godiva was once a rebellious woman who stood up for what she believed in. It will be fascinating to learn her side of the story.

The guilded hour

The Gilded Hour September 1, 2015 This looks like such a dramatic, interesting story. Two female doctors in the 19th century are put into the middle of danger and intrigue when they try to treat their patients.

The flying circus

The Flying Circus July 7, 2015 Two Daredevils and a farm boy travel across the american heartland in the 1920s. It sounds like a fantastic adventure for the summer

Orphan number 8

Orphan Number Eight July 7, 2015 A turn of the century mystery has this wonderfully intriguing mysterious edge to it.

the sparrow sisters

The Sparrow Sisters September 1, 2015 This just has a lovely Practical Magic feel to it. It will be the perfect read for this fall.

Circling the Sun

Circling the Sun July 28, 2015 The story of an intriguing expat Brit in Kenya in the 1920’s caught up in a love triangle. It sounds like a fantastic pool read.

The Marriage of Opposites

The Marriage of Opposites August 4, 2015 A forbbiden love affair of the Mother of the man who created the impressionist movement in art. Her story sounds fascinating.

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