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Review of ‘The Confessions of Frannie Langton’

Former slave Frannie Langton is warned early in her service to her London employer, George Benham, that “a good servant must know her place, to be content in it.” Frannie readily admits that this has “always been my trouble. Never knowing my place or being content in it.”

Frannie, who is fiercely independent, immediately likable…

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Set your Out of Office as “Currently on vacation to another place and time and absolutely will not be responding to emails,” because this season’s historical fiction books are some of the best. Read on for our 10 favorites.

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