More novels with a genealogy connection

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Please share your suggestions for novels with a genealogy connection. Send them to me via e-mail or as a comment to this blog post. I am seeing some duplication, but that’s OK — it may be mean a higher recommendation for the novel.

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2 comments on “More novels with a genealogy connection

  1. Cane River by Lalita Tademy, based on her own family research and ancestors who were slaves. Set in Louisiana pre- and post-civil war. Tademy left her job as Vice-President of Sun Microsystems to research her family and write this novel. Previous Oprah book club selection.

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