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Sigler hooked me on page one….This is a fun, exciting read that also offers some food for thought. I was sleep deprived until I finished it and I’m eagerly awaiting Scott Sigler’s next book.

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The King’s Mistress by Emma Campion

Emma Campion paints a colorful and thrilling portrait of the court of Edward III–with all of its extravagance, scandalous love affairs, political machinations, and murder–and the devastating results of being singled out by the royal family. At the center of the storm is Alice, surviving by her wits in this dangerous world where the choices are not always of her own making. Emma Campion’s dazzling novel shows that there is always another side to the story.

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All Over the Map by Laura Fraser

Finding herself again will be both more difficult and more natural than she imagined. Ultimately, Laura realizes the most important journey she must take is an internal one. And the tale of how she reaches that place will captivate every woman who has ever yearned for a different life.