A beautifully rendered tale about  love, loss, loneliness.  An epistolary novel, two people meet over their common interest  of the Tollund man, both a real archaeological find and the subject of a poem by Seamus Heaney.

A worthy read!

Charming story! Nice for a lighter read for bookclubs. A great discussion would be who would your 5 dinner guests be?

The fourth book in this terrific series!

Effortlessly sweeping across time and continents . . . Harkness replaces the captivating Matthew and Diana dynamic with a passionate new love story." 
--Booklist


Very good!

"This glittering debut novel examines every rung of 18th-century London's social ladder with keen wit and in delicious detail."-- People

A novel of love, war, and medicine set during the grim final two years of World War I...Mason's contribution to war literature involves almost no depiction of fighting but rather its aftermath, the tragically scarred soldiers, and the almost equally traumatized caregivers who sacrifice their health in providing medical help to the wounded."-- Kirkus Reviews

A twisty, captivating, edge-of-your-seat read." --Megan Miranda, bestselling author of All the Missing Girls"Creepy and oh so clever!" --Alice Feeney, bestselling author of Sometimes I LieA woman is forced to question her own identity in this riveting and emotionally charged thriller by the blockbuster bestselling author of The Good Girl, Mary KubicaJ

The long awaited series finale to Shadowof the Wind. Starred reviews!

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A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

Loved this book! Historical Fiction that takes place in Russia. Atmospheric, wonderful characters, a great sense of place.  Really well done!