From the bestselling author of The Girls with No Names
The Stolen Book of Evelyn Aubrey
Historical Novel Society Feature
When you are More than a Muse
NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW
“The Girls With No Names concludes in crescendo so fever-pitched that the last page seems to come too soon. Nevertheless, Burdick has spun a cautionary tale of struggle and survival, love and family — and above all, the strength of the heart, no matter how broken."
"Told from the alternating points of view of Effie; her mother, Jeanne; and Mable, the narrative combines lush prose with a quick and riveting plot. Readers will be intensely moved by this historical."
"A spellbinding thriller for fans of Gilded Age fiction!"
Find Me in Havana
PICKED BY GOOD MORNING AMERICA AND ZIBBY OWENS AS
“16 January Reads for the New Year”
CHOSEN BY BuzzFeed IN
“19 Forthcoming Historical Fiction Books That Will Start 2021 Off Right”
AND THEIR ROUND UP OF
"14 Books That We Can't Stop Talking about"
INCLUDED IN BUSTLE'S
“Anticipated winter reads”
FEATURED IN GOODREADS
42 New and Upcoming Historical Fiction Novels
FEATURED IN WBUR: The ARTery
THE NERD DAILY INTERVIEW
LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY INTERVIEW
HASTY BOOK LIST INTERVIEW