#Printcess Book Review of Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl by Kate McCafferty

Literary Friday: Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl

Lee Miller and Marion Morehouse, 1929, photo by Cecil Beaton  © Condé Nast via National Portrait Gallery  from maudelynn

Lee Miller and Marion Morehouse, 1929, photo by Cecil Beaton © Condé Nast via National Portrait Gallery from maudelynn

When the Astors Owned New York Blue Bloods and Grand Hotels in a Gilded Age, Justin Kaplan.

When the Astors Owned New York Blue Bloods and Grand Hotels in a Gilded Age, Justin Kaplan.

After loving and losing a French woman from Amiens, Stephen Wraysford serves in the French army during World War I.

After loving and losing a French woman from Amiens, Stephen Wraysford serves in the French army during World War I.

The Perfect Summer chronicles a glorious English summer a century ago when the world was on the cusp of irrevocable change. Through the tight lens of four months, Juliet Nicolson's rich storytelling gifts rivet us with the sights, colors, and feelings of a bygone era.

The Perfect Summer chronicles a glorious English summer a century ago when the world was on the cusp of irrevocable change. Through the tight lens of four months, Juliet Nicolson's rich storytelling gifts rivet us with the sights, colors, and feelings of a bygone era.

Great Civil War novel.  The Widow of the South refers to Carrie MaGavock, whose Carnton plantation served as a field hospital during the Civil War battle in Franklin, Tennessee.  The novel captures those lives upended by war and the search for belonging in a world turned upside down.

Great Civil War novel. The Widow of the South refers to Carrie MaGavock, whose Carnton plantation served as a field hospital during the Civil War battle in Franklin, Tennessee. The novel captures those lives upended by war and the search for belonging in a world turned upside down.

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