Madame de Sévigné and Her Children at the Court of Versailles

by Le Bibliophile Jacob (Author), J. Timothy Hunt (Translator)

 

Originally published in 1882, this delightful children's story by le Bibliophile Jacob (Paul Lacroix) is presented for the first time in English. Along with the original illustrations, this volume contains biographies and portraits of all the historical figures mentioned in Jacob's exciting fictional adventure.

 

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Killing Time in Taos

By J. Timothy Hunt

 

An artist colony in Taos, New Mexico, has an unexpected vacancy to fill, and a young painter is offered the first major residency of his career. A few days after his arrival, this shy, closeted young man discovers the reason such an opportunity became available – when he stumbles upon the corpse of the artist who preceded him. 

This gay-themed crime novel is the first murder mystery from award-winning writer J. Timothy Hunt, author of the acclaimed non-fiction thriller “The Politics of Bones.”

 

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The Sévigne Letters -- 1671: A Cruel Separation

The unabridged Letters of Madame de Sévigné translated from the French and annotated by J. Timothy Hunt.

 

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