A valuable 14th century Haggadah inscribed by a Sephardic rabbi and beautifully illustrated by his talented wife takes center stage in Alyson Richman’s richly imagined sixth novel, The Velvet H
“The novel is a quick, compulsive read but leaves much untold; however, this is fiction and not comprehensive biography.”
Europe in the 19th century was the domain of the Habsburg family. With members seated on nearly every throne on the continent, their influence was immense.
Little is known about Zenobia, a real historical figure born c.
If timing were everything, this memoir would be No. 1 on all the bestseller lists, getting released the week of David Bowie’s unfortunate death and the release of his latest album.
“Heather Webb’s emotionally charged novel and rich language mirror Camille Claudet’s talent as a sculptor.”
“. . . a sympathetic and ironic rendering of a portion of Poe’s life . . .”
“Explore Mr. Gray's earlier works since this one is clearly not one of his strongest.”
“. . . the first of a series, each focusing on a different daughter . . .”
“a masterwork by a skilled craftsman . . . make a vow to read this book.”
Who knew that King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella shared such a passionate romance?