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C. P. Lesley

Bookworm, writer, radio host—I blog about history, fiction, and publishing in the Internet Age. You can find the full blog on my website. This space is for books.

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September 2017
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Steve Wiegenstein answers questions about his new book, The Language of Tre...
September 2017
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And this week's blog post also expands on—surprise!—my interview with Joan ...
The Painted Queen: An Amelia Peabody Novel of Suspense (Amelia Peabody Series) - Elizabeth Peters, Joan Hess
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The September book recommendations are up at Five Directions Press. This mo...
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This one will be a bit of a nostalgia-fest for me. I read a few of them when I owned a couple of Siamese cats of my own, thou...
September 2017
14
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In this last adventure, set in 1912, Peabody and Emerson have barely set fo...
The Painted Queen: An Amelia Peabody Novel of Suspense (Amelia Peabody Series) - Elizabeth Peters, Joan Hess
September 2017
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Since BookLikes doesn't yet have the gorgeous covers, let me supply them he...
August 2017
25
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Ever wonder what life looked like from the Viking side of the raiding and p...
The Half-Drowned King: A Novel - Linnea Hartsuyker
July 2017
28
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This week's blog post looks at my interview with Beatriz Chantrill Williams...
June 2017
15
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May 2017
05
text: Tangled Webs and Shining Stars
This week's post looks at the odd behavior of the Amazon.com reviews system...
April 2017
24
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Interview with the author at New Books in Historical Fiction. One for the t...
April 2017
21
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Interview with the author on my blog this week.
The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence: A Story of Botticelli - Alyssa Palombo
April 2017
13
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Normally I don't share links to blog posts about writing/publishing here, b...
March 2017
28
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Interview with the author at New Books in Historical Fiction. He's a journa...
Finding Billy Battles: An Account of Peril, Transgression and Redemption - Ronald E Yates
March 2017
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I just saw Grim's post about grad school, and merely commenting wasn't enough for me! I had to happy dance! So e...