March 13, 2013 by Iva P.
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Parisians in 1842: The working class
Mark Twain and the Cancan
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Otto von Bismarck, German secret police, celebrated French artists and Miss Nelly McKay of Butte, Montana, come together in this lively mystery set in 1870's Paris.
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Leo Tolstoy’s last days: In 1910, newspapers around the world reported the tribulations of Russia’s most famous writer. Sonya’s War tells it all.
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