Tag Archives: biographical fiction

Us Conductors

HisLit In this fictional account of Lev Termen’s life, we are presented with how the Russian scientist invented an electronic instrument, known as the theremin. We witness how his government uses this invention as a means to visit America in … Continue reading

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The Mistress of Nothing

A Five Star Pick Maybe I am just a sucker for dramatic historical novels but this one pulled me in from the start.  There is a description of exotic places, a female friendship that turns sour and a blooming romance … Continue reading

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The Heart Specialist & Remarkable Creatures

Book Pairing     The thickest thread that connects these two books together is how the main character in each novel is a woman who is ahead of her time—taking on research or an interest which (during that period in … Continue reading

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