For all the precious Margarets in your family… This compelling story about the incredible Medieval Queen Margaret is just in time for wonderful spring, summer, fall or winter reading.What better than to meet this modern feminist living in the11th century. Margaret makes her debut – moving into the 21st century – as fresh and enchanting as…

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“There’s a glowing, coruscating, lambent, luminescent moment in Amazon’s ‘Radioactive’ trumpets The Wall Street Journal ARTS REVIEW BY Joe Morgenstern dated Friday, July 24, 2020. Just in time to join the good news… “MADAME CURIE as REIMAGINED BY LAUREN REDNISS” our Marsh ebook currently FREE on amazon.com. Click here to be transported to: MADAME CURIE…

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A RENAISSANCE MAN FOR THE 21ST CENTURY… Once upon a time in that faraway place, Middletown, Ohio, on 25 October 1930, there was born a beautiful baby boy who was destined to live a blessed life, and a very long one. When he approached his 90th birthday, still in command of his powerful mental faculties,…

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ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER and her story burn as brightly today as when Boston Society and the world first met her in the late 19th century. And the years have been kind to Isabella since that splashy entrance. Today she takes her rightful place as one of the earliest of the independent American women…now referred to…

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Going far back to the first time we got a really good look at the famous “SUNFLOWERS” they were standing guard over the salon of the famous Linda Benz on Rainbow Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. They were tall and wide and stretched clear up to the ceiling. They were poundingly full of life, brilliantly…

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The 1930s was a wild and woolly time in the infant world of air planes… “Once upon a time” begins the compelling story of Louise Thaden, a pioneer aviatrix of great distinction…her adventures… …her records set…her recognition for daring and brilliant flying… is the stuff of aeronautic legend…culminating with the naming of the cutting edge…

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The single compelling link between Joan and her readers is… the power of her prose. Writing is what she does, and reporting is what she does best. At the peak of her career her writing was recognized for its significance in defining and observing American subcultures for mainstream audience. If you wondered why she was…

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The inspired creation of THE MONUMENTS MEN Foundation and the rescue and restoration of millions of the most important and iconic works of art stolen by the Nazis during World War II is gripping reading of the highest order. And it is all TRUE! Thanks to the innovative thinking and powerful drive of Robert Edsel,…

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Happy Birthday to David Douglas Duncan! Celebrating his 100th birthday, still going strong, living in Castellaras, France, and enjoying worldwide recognition. He was with us until 7 June 2018 The accumulated vision of a matchless eye…from iconic wartime photos to intensely personal at-home images of Picasso at play and at work…much of Duncan’s prolific body…

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