June 29, 2005 Everybody knows about the role of King George III in the Revolutionary War, and about the illness that made him seem crazy. But what we didn't know about was his domestic side, and the six daughters he doted on. Fraser's book is an absorbing biography.
June 29, 2005 Karen Grigsby Bates usually has a big stack of books to enjoy over the summer months. She shares four selections covering the gamut: from history to memoirs to children's books to cookbooks.
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