Set 10 years after the Mayflower pilgrims arrived in Plymouth Colony, this novel tells the story of a murder and subsequent trial principally through the second wife of the governor of the colony, and the wife of an indentured servant.
Fans of Seth Meyer’s outstanding writer Amber Ruffin will quickly recognize her wit and honesty when it comes to dealing with racism.
The perfect antidote to gray winter days, The Big Book of Blooms is a children’s book bursting with color, captivating illustrations, and fun flower facts.
The saying “life imitates art” is a fitting description of the 11 days in December 1926, when promising young writer Agatha Christie disappeared, only to emerge with a claim of amnesia—a story as mysterious as one of her novels.
A fun and heartwarming read.