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In Search of the Bevoy: Sarah E. Ladd’s “The Curiosity Keeper”

Camille Iverness lives with her father in a curiosity shop on Blinkett Street in London. The daily minutia of Camille’s life revolves around the operation of this shop while her father happens to vanish for days at a time, meeting with buyers.

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Navigating the Labyrinth: Martin Lake’s “A Love Most Dangerous”

The year is 1537 and it is Merrie Olde England. The reigning monarch of the day is King Henry VIII, the son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, perhaps England’s most arguably controversial ruler.