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Camille by Claude Manet Margarett by George Dunlop Leslie Girl With A Red Umbrella by Herbert Gustave Schmalz A Lady by Irving Ramsey Wiles Lady With A Dog by Mather Brown Portrait Of A Young Lady by Gilbert Stuart The Green Dress by William McGregor Paxton Woman In Green Dress by Lee Lufkin Kaula Lady
Hello everyone, here are this week’s book reviews. Enjoy: The Pity of War: England and Germany, Bitter Friends, Beloved Foes by Miranda Seymour For the past 400 hundred years, England and Germany have been close friends and bitter enemies. The connection between the two countries started in 1613, when a Stuart princess married a German
Hello everyone, ready for this week’s reviews? Read on: The Magician’s Lie by Greer MacallisterThe Amazing Arden is the most famous female illusionist of her day. Her most notorious trick? Sawing a man in half. But, one night, rather than a saw, she uses a fire axe. A few hours later, her husband is found