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The literary works of Louisa May Alcott are in the public domain, but the literary works of Margaret Mitchell are still owned by the Mitchell estate. The following is a work of fanfiction for pure entertainment purposes only with no claims of ownership or commercial use.





North and South and New York City





In 1868 women all across the newly re-unionized America were busy getting on with their

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Trail of Blood by Jeremy Potter
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A monk in 1536 looks into the ultimate cold case - what happened to the Princes in the Tower?

There is a LOT of talking and interviews - all events stay in the present, no flashbacks of what happened - leading up to a "twist" you see coming a mile of
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Once a Queen by Samantha Wilcoxson
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A novella about Elizabeth Woodville's life after Edward IV dies and everything she thought was going to happen goes wrong thanks to first Richard III and then Henry VII.

Wilcoxson does an excellent job at showing just how little information Elizabeth
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Falling Pomegranate Seeds by Wendy J. Dunn
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A very well done presentation of an overlooked time period of Catalina of Aragon's life from when she was 5 to 15, told from the point of view of her sadly overlooked teacher, Beatriz Galindo, a remarkable woman by any standard, but especially for th
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Petra by Christian Auge
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A history and archeological study in the form of a guide book, stuffed full of drawings and photographs of the stone city, showing both its ancient history and its gradual re-discovery and study in the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Mission to Mars by James Edward Oberg
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Sadly, while a lot of the tech has advanced, the political will power is just as lacking in 2020 as it was in 1980. :-(
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The Queen of Falling by David   Guest
The Queen of Falling
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A short story about Catherine of Valois, princess of France, Queen of England, true mother of the Tudor Dynasty - and how utterly powerless she was for most of her life, told from her point of view. It would be very depressing, except for the fact sh
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The Six Wives of Henry VIII by H.R. Quinn
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WOW. A LOT of plagiarism here, lines word-for-word taken from David Starkey's Six Wives.

I'm not sure what I'm more upset about - the plagiarism, or the fact Quinn plagiarized one of the more outdated Tudor scholars. If you're going to steal something
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The Queen's Lady by Gladys Malvern
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Well, certainly different from the pro-Richard-and-Anne-4-EVR War of the Roses novels you usually get these days!

I decided not long into this book that this is what a Lifetime movie-of-the-week production of Richard III would look like, as Richard te
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Get Up, Elizabeth! by Shirin Yim Bridges
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A fun picture books for very young readers who will relate to the morning routine process of being prepped for the day by an adult. It mixes facts liberally from Elizabeth's time as both princess and queen (two very different time periods), rather th
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Or What You Will by Jo Walton
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You have to be in the right mood for this book - it is a meta fiction take on the fantasy genre, and perhaps too name-drop-y for everyone's tastes. Also, lots and lots of tangents about history, art, and death.

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