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She Crossed the Sea to Save a Legacy… Finding Love Was Not Part of Her Plan


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She was the only woman ever to rock his world.


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Sometimes you can come home again…


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An unlikely hoyden saves a wary duke with her love but betrayal threatens to destroy them both.


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Darkly gifted and dangerously skilled, to survive, they'll have to solve...the Phoenix Code.


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The Sweet Magnolias


Susanna Kearsley


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Susanna Kearsley | Why I'm a Mary Stewart Heroine
January 23, 2014
I had one ambition growing up: to be a Mary Stewart heroine. I blame my mother. She was reading This Rough Magic, after  Read More...

Susanna Kearsley | Books That Influence
June 6, 2013
Last month the bookseller Waterstones in the UK launched an inspiring campaign that invited both writers and readers to share books that altered their lives  Read More...

Susanna Kearsley | The Dilemma of Dialect
October 12, 2012
This month's re-issue by Sourcebooks of my novel THE SHADOWY HORSES, set on  Read More...

Susanna Kearsley | What's Old is New Again? Or Keep the Original?
April 12, 2012
Back when MARIANA was first published, in the early 1990s, most paperback originals (as books  Read More...

Susanna Kearsley | Friends And Relations
October 12, 2011
My characters tend to be inter-connected with all kinds of people, because in my own life I'm rarely alone. I have friends, old  Read More...

Susanna Kearsley | Filling the Holes: The Challenge of Writing Historical Fiction
December 20, 2010
In his memoir, I WANTED TO WRITE, Kenneth Roberts, famous for his bestselling historical novels of the American northeast, pointed out  Read More...

After studying politics and international development at University, Susanna Kearsley worked as a museum curator before turning her hand to writing. Winner of the UK’s Catherine Cookson Fiction prize, Susanna Kearsley’s writing has been compared to Mary Stewart, Daphne DuMaurier, and Diana Gabaldon. Her books have been translated into several languages, selected for the Mystery Guild, condensed for Reader's Digest, and optioned for film. The Winter Sea was a finalist for both a RITA award and the UK's Romantic Novel of the Year Award, and is a nominee for Best Historical Fiction in the RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice Awareds. She lives in Canada, near the shores of Lake Ontario.

 

Books:

A Desperate Fortune, April 2015
Paperback
Season Of Storms, September 2014
Paperback
The Splendour Falls, January 2014
Paperback
The Firebird, June 2013
Paperback
The Shadowy Horses, October 2012
Paperback (reprint)
Mariana, April 2012
Paperback (reprint)
The Rose Garden, October 2011
Trade Size
The Winter Sea, December 2010
Paperback
The Winter Sea, August 2008
Paperback

 

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