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Release Day Blast & Cover Reveal for The Ghost of Madison Avenue by Nancy Bilyeau

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The Ghost of Madison Avenue by Nancy Bilyeau Publication Date: December 13, 2019 eBook, 108 pages Genre: Historical Mystery Christmas Ghost Story in Old New York In this compelling and poignant story, bestselling author Nancy Bilyeau takes readers to New York City’s Morgan Library in December 1912, when two very different people haunted by lost love come together in an unexpected way. Helen O’Neill, part of a tight-knit Irish-American family in the Bronx, is only too happy to report to work at the spectacular private library built on Madison Avenue by millionaire financier J. P. Morgan. The head librarian, the brilliant and beautiful Belle da Costa Greene, had hired Helen away from the Metropolitan Museum of Art after she witnessed Helen’s unusual talent with handling artifacts. Helen soon discovers the Morgan Library is a place like no other, with its secret staircases, magical manuscripts, and mysterious murals. But that’s nothing compared to a person who Hele

An Encyclopedia of Tolkien by David Day

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An Encyclopedia of Tolkien by David Day Hardcover, 544 pages Published October 8th 2019 by Canterbury Classics 9781645170099 A comprehensive, illustrated guide to the history, lands, and inhabitants of Middle-earth.    The fantasy world of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth contains a rich assortment of people, cities, and creatures—as well as a deep, intertwined history that spans thousands of years. In this beautifully illustrated, leather-bound volume, best-selling author and Tolkien scholar David Day presents four decades of research and writing on the lands and inhabitants Middle-earth. Sections of this A-to-Z dictionary are devoted to discussion of the battles, history, beasts, and heroes of Tolkien’s stories, and are accompanied by black-and-white illustrations. This comprehensive volume on Tolkien’s world also includes an appendix of three primary legends that served as sources for Tolkien’s creations—the Volsunga saga, the Nibelungenlied, and Richard Wagne