Historical fiction covers: Can you spot the difference?

My novel Pearl Lagoon is historical fiction. See if you can find any subtle differences between its cover and those of some other recently-reviewed historical novels:

 

Perhaps I should have pictured Dorette Fox on the cover — maybe mounted on her horse, pistol in hand; or else on the mayor’s front porch in her glass-button dress — instead of a vintage map.

Ah, well . . . I love vintage maps.

The other novels are:

Entwined, by Heather Dixon, which received a great review on August 3 on this site:

http://spunstories.com/

The Second Empress, by Michelle Moran, which received a great review on August 3 on this site:

http://historicalnovelreview.blogspot.com/

The King’s Damsel by Kate Emerson, which received a great review on July 29 on this site:

http://historical-fiction.com/

The Queen’s Vow by C. W. Gortner, which received a great review on July 24 on the same site:

http://historical-fiction.com/

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