As you probably know, cover art is a favorite topic of mine, and I always find these design changes interesting for the new perspectives they provide. Here are a dozen pairings below: original hardcover design on the left, new paperback on the right. I've listed just a snippet about the setting as background for readers not familiar with the books. Which ones draw you in the most?
A dual period mystery centering on the ancient Amazons.
Gender-bending Civil War novel.
Magical Regency-era adventure.
A female illusionist in Gilded Age America.
A family in Depression-era and WWII Appalachia.
Story of a Rembrandt painting, set during the Dutch Golden Age.
Literary family saga, set in Revolutionary-era North Carolina.
The tragedy of the Great War, as seen through four men's eyes. UK edition.
A teenage girl in an 1840s Shaker community.
A US army nurse in WWII Italy.
Novel-in-stories centering on an English country house.
Multi-period romantic mystery set in 2009 and in pre-Raphaelite England.