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Lauren Francis-Sharma

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Lauren Francis-Sharma is also the author of the critically acclaimed novel ’Til the Well Runs Dry. She resides near Washington, DC with her husband and two children and is the assistant director of the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference and the proprietor of the DC Writers’ Room.

Genres: Historical
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The House is on Fire (2023)
Rachel Beanland
"Gripping... Beanland's stunning account not only of the fire but of its horrifying aftermath, rooted in recorded history, will have you screeching at the page! Opportunities abound for heroes and cowards alike, and Beanland transforms archival records into the quintessential historical fiction novel - cinematic, poignant and resonant - for readers who want to investigate America's history through the eyes of those who are more often than not silenced."
False Witness (2021)
Karin Slaughter
"Slaughter has written a wickedly sharp and arresting tour de force that blends a riveting plot and emotional subterfuge with the kind of propulsive prose that makes False Witness absolutely unputdownable."
Malcolm and Me (2020)
Robin Farmer
"From her electric opening, Farmer gifts us a story so necessary and so compelling, I found myself weeping for the 13 year old girl inside of me who didn't get to read this stunning novel. Roberta is witty and bright and perfect in all the imperfect ways of a new teen who cannot help but to impetuously react to a world she cannot control. Farmer delivers a smart and timeless story that brilliantly captures the teenage angst of not only 1970s America but of today, while managing to offer laughter and love in equal measure."

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