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MURDER AT GETTYSBURG

Leslie Wheeler
Five Star/Gale/Cengage Learning
05/15/2005
When author and historian, Miranda Lewis, accepts an invitation from her old college roommate and her roommate's father, a handsome, courtly Virginian, to attend a reenactment of the Gettysburg Battle over the Fourth of July weekend, she hopes to recapture the magic of the l. . .
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MURDER AT PLIMOTH PLANTATION

Leslie Wheeler
Larcom Press
09/15/2001
When a living history museum turns deadly, armchair historian Miranda Lewis must transform herself into a woman of action.
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Purple Trees

Ursula Wong
Genretarium
04/20/2014
Lonely Lily Phelps is orphaned and in debt at seventeen. This scared, naive girl must grow up fast if she is to find work, happiness, and build a future, but the weight of the past threatens everything she loves. Because of her terible secret, Lily must protect her family fr. . .
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Amber Wolf

Ursula Wong
Genretarium
07/04/2016
When Russian soldiers invade Eastern Europe during Ww II, they ravage the countryside and terrorize the people. Young Ludmelia Kudirka, whose mother has been murdered, flees to the safety of the forest. Vowing vengeance, she joins the partisan resistance in a David and Golia. . .
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Midnight Fires: A Mystery with Mary Wollstone. . .

Nancy Means Wright
Perseverance Press
04/05/2010
Mitchelstown Castle in 1786 Ireland hums with intrigue. The new young governess, Mary Wollstonecraft (future author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman) witnesses the stabbing of the Anglo-Irish lord's illegitimate son. Irish rebel Liam Donovan becomes the prime suspect,. . .
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The Nightmare

Nancy Means Wright
Perseverance press
09/07/2011
In 18th-century London, Mary Wollstonecraft publishes her controversial Vindication of the Rights of Woman and is labelled a hyena in petticoats. Through her publisher's circle of celebrated poets and writers (Blake, Wordsworth, Thomas Paine, et al, she become. . .
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