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Sarah Creviston Lee

Historical Fiction Romance Contemporary

4.3/5 (61 ratings)
For someone who loves history, Sarah Creviston Lee started things off right by being born in a car right in front of an historical Presbyterian cathedral. At the tender age of thirteen, she fell in love with museums and learning about World War II where she diligently went about working at museums and becoming a historical reenactor.
Some years later, after earning her degree in History and Museum Studies, she pursued another childhood ambition of writing and becoming an author. Surprise, surprise - she writes historical fiction!
Sarah currently resides in Maryland with her husband, three children, and a large collection of American wartime ration cookbooks.

You can visit her blog, History: Preserved, where she writes about all things History, vintage cooking, and museums found at: https://www.history-preserved.com .

Sarah Creviston Lee

Historical Fiction Romance Contemporary

4.3/5 (61 ratings)
For someone who loves history, Sarah Creviston Lee started things off right by being born in a car right in front of an historical Presbyterian cathedral. At the tender age of thirteen, she fell in love with museums and learning about World War II where she diligently went about working at museums and becoming a historical reenactor.
Some years later, after earning her degree in History and Museum Studies, she pursued another childhood ambition of writing and becoming an author. Surprise, surprise - she writes historical fiction!
Sarah currently resides in Maryland with her husband, three children, and a large collection of American wartime ration cookbooks.

You can visit her blog, History: Preserved, where she writes about all things History, vintage cooking, and museums found at: https://www.history-preserved.com .

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