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Serena Burdick

Serena Burdick Graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in California before moving to New York City to pursue a degree in English Literature at Brooklyn College.

Her passion for theater, writing, the visual arts, Edouard Manet and the Impressionist movement combined to inform her debut novel, GIRL IN THE AFTERNOON: A Novel Of Paris. She lives in Western Massachusetts with her husband and two sons.

Genres: Historical
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The Winter Orphans (2022)
Kristin Beck
"An extraordinary tale of courage, strength and heroism. Inspired by true events, The Winter Orphans takes us into WWII's war-torn France where we fall in love with a group of Jewish refugee children, and the courageous women given the impossible task of protecting them. This story is a testament to the endurance of the human spirit, and a reminder that fighting for those you love, and what you believe in, can make all the difference."
She Wouldn't Change a Thing (2021)
Sarah Adlakha
"She Wouldn’t Change a Thing is a complex, intelligent, psychological thriller whose unexpected twists and turns gripped me from start to finish. With skillful storytelling, Sarah dives into the life of a mother who is forced to decide between her family and her morality, leaving the reader wondering if everything would be different with a single choice. A captivating debut that makes us question our very reality."
The Foundling (2020)
The Lost Orphan

Stacey Halls
"A gripping tale of motherhood, loss, and redemption. Hall’s distinctive characters and scrupulous historical detail drop us into a rich, Dickensian world full of desperation and lies, and shows us just how far a mother will go to hold onto her child."

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