Books reviewed by Peggy Kurkowski at BookBrowse.

Peggy Kurkowski
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Peggy is a professional copywriter for a higher education IT nonprofit association by day and major history geek at night. She hosts her own YouTube channel, The History Shelf, where she features and reviews history books (new and old), as well as a variety of fiction. In addition to BookBrowse, she also reviews for Library Journal, the Historical Novels Review, Publishers Weekly, Shelf Awareness, and is a member of the National Book Critics Circle.

Books reviewed by Peggy Kurkowski

The Vortex (04/20/22)
The Amur River (11/03/21)
Lean Fall Stand (10/06/21)
Lightning Strike (10/06/21)
The Plot (05/19/21)
Magdalena (09/16/20)
Yellow Bird (04/08/20)
The Sacrament (01/22/20)
Edison (10/30/19)

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