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Mrs. Poe —Cullen, Lynn.
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Inspired by literature's most haunting love triangle, award-winning author Lynn Cullen delivers a pitch-perfect rendering of Edgar Allan Poe, his mistress's tantalizing confession, and his wife's frightening obsession. 1...

The shallows

Nancy is surfing on a secluded beach, and finds herself on the feeding ground of a great white shark. Though she is stranded only 200 yards from shore, survival proves to be the ultimate test of wills, requiring all of N...

The sisters of Summit Avenue —Cullen, Lynn, author.
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"Ruth has been single-handedly raising four young daughters and running her family's Indiana farm for eight long years, ever since her husband, John, fell into a comatose state, infected by the infamous "sleeping sicknes...

The mightiest heart —Cullen, Lynn.

Based on a Welsh legend about Prince Llywelyn and his loyal dog Gelert, who is wrongly banished when the prince believes that the dog has attacked his son.

Gangster land

With a backdrop of the roaring 20s, the Italian and Irish mobs bloody the streets of Chicago during the infamous gangland wars. Al Capone, and his Machine Gunner Jack McGurn, take on Bugs Moran and the Irish mob in a bat...

Moi and Marie Antoinette —Cullen, Lynn.

Sebastien relates the life of Marie Antoinette as she goes from being a teenager devoted to him, her pug dog, to becoming the Queen of France and mother to two children.

I am Rembrandt's daughter —Cullen, Lynn.

In Amsterdam in the mid-1600s, Cornelia's life as the illegitimate child of renowned painter Rembrandt is marked by plague, poverty, and despair at ever earning her father's love, until she sees hope for a better future ...

Dear Mr. Washington —Cullen, Lynn, author.

In April, 1796, young Charlotte Stuart writes a series of letters to George Washington, whose portrait's being painted by her father, reporting on her efforts and those of her brothers to follow the rules of good behavio...

Twain's end —Cullen, Lynn, author.
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"In March of 1909, Mark Twain cheerfully blessed the wedding of his private secretary, Isabel V. Lyon, and his business manager, Ralph Ashcroft. One month later, he fired both. He proceeded to write a ferocious 429-page ...

Stink bomb —Cullen, Lynn.

Taking care of two orphaned baby squirrels helps Kenny forget how bad he feels about blaming a shy sixth-grade classmate for his own "stink bomb," but his mother refuses to allow him or his brothers to bring home any mor...

Mrs. Poe —Cullen, Lynn, author.

Struggling to support her family in mid-19th-century New York, writer Frances Osgood makes an unexpected connection with literary master Edgar Allan Poe and finds her survival complicated by her intense attraction to the...

The creation of Eve —Cullen, Lynn.
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After a scandal ends her apprenticeship with Michelangelo in 1559, artist Sofonisba Anguissola accepts an invitation from King Felipe II to become lady-in-waiting and painting teacher to his teenage bride Elisabeth. And ...

I Am Rembrandt's Daughter —Cullen, Lynn.

With her mother dead of the plague, and her beloved brother newly married, Cornelia must manage her father's household, though he teeters on the brink of madness. She knows that among Amsterdam's elite circles, people ar...

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