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Brown, Rita Mae. The Sneaky Pie mysteries.
Elliott, James. Cold, cold heart. New York: Delacorte Press, 1994.
Elliott, Laura. Flying south. New York: HarperCollins, 2003.
Godwin, Gale. Father Melancholy’s Daughter. Thorndike, Me.: Thorndike Press, 1991.
Green, Julien. Love in America: autobiography. New York; London: Marion Boyars, 1994.
Grimes, Roberta. My Thomas : a novel of Martha Jefferson's life. New York: Doubleday, 1993.
Gunter, Mary Alice. Murder in the Poe room. [S.l.] : Xlibris Corp., 2003.
Harris, Jeffrey. On the steps: a romantic tale of heartache, healing and hope. Denver, Co: Outskirts Press, Inc., 2009.
Hummel, Heather. Through hazel eyes: a novel. [Charlottesville, Va.]: PathBinder Publishing, LLC, 2008.
James, William A. Sr. In the streets of Vinegar Hill: a novel. New York: IUniverse, Inc., 2007.
Lillis, Karen E. The second Elizabeth: a novel. Pittsburgh, PA: Six Gallery Press, 2007.
Lucey, Donna. Archie and Amélie : love and madness in the Gilded Age. New York: Harmony Books, c2006.
Martin, Nicholas. This way to the egress. Charlottesville, Va.: Hypocrite Press, 2008.
________. A landscape for any evasion: collected short fiction set in Charlottesville, Virginia. Charlottesville, Va.: Hypocrite Press, 2008.
Perkinson, Ruth. Breaking spirit bridge. Midway, Fl: Spinsters Ink, 2008.
Porter, Joseph Ashby. Resident aliens: a novel. Chicago: New Amsterdam Books, 2000.
Skinner, Peter. The bells of Moses Henry: a novel. Delhi, NY: Birch Brook Press, 2009.
Stephens, Mariflo S. The boy who moved a mountain. New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2009.
Wells, John D. The Barfly Boys: a novel. New York: IUniverse, Inc, 2003.
Wilburn, Reudene E. In the name of God the merciful: a novel. Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse, 2005.
Wilkins, J. B. Mr. Jefferson's men. New York: IUniverse, Inc., 2003.