by Kathleen Winsor
When the book appeared in 1944, the public immediately began to talk about Amber St. Claire. Within a week of release, 100,000 copies were sold.
This story was about a 17th century girl who was impoverished, pregnant, and very determined. She became the favorite mistress of King Charles II.
by E. B. White
The masterful story about the adventures of a mouse born to humans.
by Leon Uris; a novel about the birth of the tiny country, Israel, in the midst of many enemies.
THE BELL JAR
by Sylvia Plath; the only novel by the great poet who gassed herself to death in 1963.