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Kate Moore has lived most of her life along the California coast. That experience has made me a jeans-wearing, toes in wet-sand, married to a surfer, fog-loving weather wimp, with a hint of East Coast polish from spending her college years in Boston. Family history connects her to Irish and English immigrants, Cornish miners, gold prospectors, and adventurers who sailed around Cape Horn bound for San Francisco.

Genres: Historical Romance
New and upcoming books
   To Kiss a Thief (1992)
   Sweet Bargain (1993)
   The Mercenary Major (1994)
   An Improper Widow (1995)
   Winterburn's Rose (1996)
   A Prince Among Men (1997)
   Sexy Lexy (2005)
   Blackstone's Bride (2012)
   Winterburn's Bride (2020)
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Kate Moore recommends
Her Hidden Genius (2022)
Marie Benedict
"What an important book this is. Through Marie Benedict's trademark insight and immersive historical research, Rosalind Franklin and her extraordinary legacy are beautifully restored to public recognition. So brilliantly sketched is this brilliant woman that you will find yourself both infuriated by the misogynistic battles she faces and inspired by the intellectual achievements she manages to secure regardless. A must-read for anyone interested in science or forgotten heroines."
All the Little Hopes (2021)
Leah Weiss
"All the Little Hopes is as warm-hearted as the sun that beats down on Lu's family's tobacco fields. With feisty heroines and a fascinating yet little-known piece of American history as a backdrop, this is a coming-of-age story with a mystery at its heart. Yet the novel's crowning achievement is Weiss's creation of the Browns - a family that, in keeping with the best literary traditions, every reader will long to be a part of."

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