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Tracy Grant


USA flag (b.1966)

aka Anna Grant, Teresa Grant, Anthea Malcolm

Tracy Grant has been making up stories as long as she can remember and writing them down since third grade when she was assigned writing a story and realized she had a wealth of characters and plots inside her head. She studied British history at Stanford University and received the Firestone Award for Excellence in Research for her honors thesis on shifting conceptions of honor in late fifteenth century England. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is on the board of the Merola Opera Program, a training program for professional opera singers, coaches, and stage directors.

Genres: Historical Mystery, Historical Romance
 
Series
Vaughan Quartet
1. Dark Angel (1994) (as by Anna Grant)
2. Shadows of the Heart (1996)
3. Shores of Desire (1997)
4. Rightfully His (1998)
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Novels
The Courting of Philippa (1989) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
Frivolous Pretence (1990) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
The Counterfeit Heart (1991) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
A Touch of Scandal (1991) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
An Improper Proposal (1992) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
The Widow's Gambit (1993) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
A Sensible Match (1993) (as by Anthea Malcolm)
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Collections
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Tracy Grant recommends
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What Angels Fear (2005)
(Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery, book 1)
C S Harris
"Page-turning suspense, memorable characters, and an intricate chess game of a story drenched in period atmosphere."
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Mozart's Blood (2010)
Louise Marley
"Riveting, original. . . filled with the emotional power and intricate twists and turns of a Mozart opera."
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The Dark Before Dawn (2018)
(Kasper Stark, book 1)
Jaima Fixsen
"An engrossing blend of mystery, espionage, and romance that beautifully evokes the deceit, double crosses, and romantic intrigues of the Congress of Vienna."

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