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Stephanie Marie Thornton



A pseudonym used by Stephanie Thornton

Stephanie Marie Thornton is a high school history teacher and lives in Alaska with her husband and daughter.

Genres: Historical
 

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The Library of Legends (2020)
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"Atmospheric and beautifully told, Janie Chang has woven a tale that tugs on the threads of China's history and legend alike. Readers will find themselves immersed in this story of love amidst war, hope amidst sacrifice."
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The Last Train to Key West (2020)
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Chanel Cleeton
"Lush, atmospheric, and suspenseful, Chanel Cleeton's latest is not to be missed!"
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A Rogue of One's Own (2020)
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Evie Dunmore
"With a whip-smart suffragist heroine and a charming scoundrel of a leading man, this fresh take on historical romance is definitely one of my favorite reads of the year!"
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Lana's War (2021)
Anita Abriel
"A story of one woman's courage and resilience in a time of great darkness, Lana's War glitters as brightly as a Riviera gem. Perfect for fans of wartime historical fiction!"
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Courage, My Love (2021)
Kristin Beck
"A profound anthem to the tremendous courage that transformed two ordinary Italian women into extraordinary heroes during the harrowing days of Mussolini and Hitler. A powerful story, powerfully told!"
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Sisters of the Resistance (2021)
Christine Wells
"Christine Wells' Sisters of the Resistance shifts effortlessly between the desperation of the final months of World War II to the glamour of Dior's post-war collection in this page-turner. Based on Catherine Dior's real-life resistance movement, this is a powerful story of the impact women have had on history."
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The Last Debutantes (2021)
Georgie Blalock
"As the world teeters on the precipice of war, a glittering group of debutantes try to hold onto life as they know it, even as they know everything is about to change. A perfect Downton Abbey-esque story to get swept away in!"
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The Woman at the Front (2021)
Lecia Cornwall
"A riveting tale of medicine, courage, and grace under fire during the Great War...Compulsively readable!"

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