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Lucy Worsley examines the creation of British crime fiction and the growing fascination with foul play.

Lucy Worsley’s ‘Art of the English Murder’

Lucy Worsley examines the creation of British crime fiction and the growing fascination with foul play.

Afternoon Tea by Alexander Rossi

Alexander Rossi Afternoon Tea painting, oil on canvas & frame; Alexander Rossi Afternoon Tea is shipped worldwide, 60 days money back guarantee.

The Artist's Sisters Signe and Henriette Reading  - Carl Christian Constantin Hansen

The artist's sisters Signe and Henriette reading a book, 1826 by Carl Christian Constantin Hansen born November 1804 in Rome, Italy died March 1880 in Frederiksberg (Copenhagen), Denmark

“Mary Astor’s Purple Diary,” by Edward Sorel, is a juicy, funny and, in the end, touching look at the actress’s life.

Woody Allen Reviews a Graphic Tale of a Scandalous Starlet

“Mary Astor’s Purple Diary” is a juicy, funny and, in the end, touching look at the actress’s life.

This is an excellent must-read list.  Crime and Punishment is one of my favorites.                     Crime and Punishment | 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life

Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoevsky - This is a heavy book, but it’s also an amazingly detailed look at the inner workings of the human mind and the repercussions of committing a crime.

Victorians loved reading fiction novels. They provided entertainment, stimulated the imagination, and helped shape progressive thinking.

Auguste Toulmouche (French, Woman in blue reading. "Dans la Bibliotheque" (In the Library) painted in 1872 ----------------------------------------------------- I know it's a painting - but I WANT that dress!

‘This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance!’ by Jonathan Evison - The New York Times

‘This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance!’ by Jonathan Evison

By MICHAEL SCHAUB In Evison’s fourth novel, a widow finds out she’s won a free cruise. Published: September 2015 at from NYT Books Article.

In “Black Hole Blues,” Janna Levin tells the story of science’s attempt to listen to the cosmos.

Maria Popova Reviews Janna Levin’s ‘Black Hole Blues’

In “Black Hole Blues,” Janna Levin tells the story of science’s attempt to listen to the cosmos.

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