Top Reads of 2012

In no particular order…


A Lady Never Lies by Juliana Gray
The Typewriter Girl by Alison Atlee
A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry
Fifty Shades trilogy by E.L. James
The Passing Bells by Phillip Rock
Green Grow the Rushes by Harriet Smart
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
The Taken by Vicki Pettersson
Harmony by Sienna Mynx


Ettie: The Life and World of Lady Desborough by Richard Davenport-Hines
The Countryside At War 1914 1918 by Caroline Dakers
The Blue Beast: Power & Passion in the Great War by Jonathan Walker
The Edwardian Country House by Clive Aslet
The Strange Death of Liberal England by George Dangerfield
Plate to pixel : digital food photography & styling by Hélène Dujardin
The First Lady of Fleet Street by Eliat Negev and Yehuda Koren

Author: Evangeline Holland

Evangeline is a public historian who brings her academic skills to fiction, in order to fill in the gaps in the historical record. Her love for history permeates just about everything she does, going so far as to "suffer" for this love--as the bruises and stuck fingers from fencing and sewing costumes to understand life in the past firsthand can attest.

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