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In A Dry Season (The Inspector Banks Series) by Peter Robinson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This is my first Robinson mystery, and I really enjoyed it. Being an American, I was interested in all the details about the Dales and WWII in Britain. The mystery part of the story really held my interest, but Det. Banks's problems with his wife and son and his CD collection did not. But it is easy enough to skip over those parts. I'd certainly read another of his mysteries.
Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic &hellip by Eric Metaxas
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is the remarkable story of Wm Wilberforce and his supporters who were determined to see an end to the slave trade (and eventually slavery) in Britain and its possessions. The writing is excellent and not pedantic. It is not a comprehensive bio, but for a broad overview, it is excellent.
The Confederate War Bonnet: A Novel of the Civil W&hellip by Jack Shakely
For anyone interested in the American Civil War and/or Native Americans, this is an excellent choice. It explains why the Creek Indians of Oklahoma chose to fight with the Confederacy against the stronger Union armies. It is the story of Jack Gaston, a warrior of the Creek Nation, whose efforts on behalf of his people tells a compelling story--one told with humor and grace. Very interesting read.

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