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BEHIND THE THRONE, K.B. Wager.
A Space Princess from a Galactic Empire, who ran away because she didn’t want to be a Space Princess and became a swashbuckling gun-runner instead, is dragged (kicking and screaming) back to her home planet to become Heir to the Throne, where she must deal with assassination attempts and court plotting.
OUR MAN IN CHARLESTON, Christopher Dickey.
Nonfiction about the British Consul in Charleston, S.C. from 1853 to 1863. Surrounded by South Carolinians who were arrogant and violently delusional in their support of slavery and secession, he had to pretend to go along with them while secretly sending vital info on their political plottings and the Civil War to the anti-slavery British Empire.
THE BRAZEN AGE – NEW YORK CITY AND THE AMERICAN EMPIRE: POLITICS, ART AND BOHEMIA.
More nonfiction, about New York 1945 – 1950. Didja know that E. Howard Hunt, one of Nixon’s evillest lieutenants, was “a hack novelist considered promising in the 1940s?”

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