Mirella Sichirollo Patzer

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Mirella Patzer is a Canadian author of women's historical fiction. In her previous life, she was a manager of a large city department. She lives and writes in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada.

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Orphan of the Olive Tree

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The Betrothal

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The Novice

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The First Women in the Theatre - Elizabeth Knepp (By author Deborah Swift)


Elizabeth Knepp (sometimes known as Mary Knepp) was born Elizabeth Carpenter and records show she married Christopher Knepp, whom Pepys calls a 'jockey' but was probably a horse dealer or horse hirer, at Knightsbridge in 1659. I took the liberty of giving her the nickname ‘Bird’ in the novel as she loved to sing, and there are so many other Marys and Elizabeths in Pepys’ diary.
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During the Victorian era, for women, it was not for the faint of heart to cross the ocean to start a new life. But widowed heroine Grace MacKinnon it is her only choice - she must flee her father-in-law's oppressive control tactics. So Grace flees to ...more
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If you are a fan of the Regency Romance genre, then Rosemary Morris is an author to follow. Her strength is her knowledge of the historical details of the era. She expertly weaves accurate descriptions of clothing, societal norms, and landscape with ...more
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