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Karen Robards


USA flag (b.1954)

Karen Robards is the New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling author of more than fifty books and one novella. Karen published her first novel at age 24 and has won multiple awards throughout her career, including six Silver Pens for favorite author. She was recently described by The Daily Mail as "one of the most reliable thriller writers in the world".

Genres: Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance, Mystery, Thriller, Science Fiction, Historical, Romance
 
Novels
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Omnibus
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Novellas
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Karen Robards recommends
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Wild Heather (1995)
(Flowers of the West, book 1)
Millie Criswell
"I loved it! It was romantic, humerous, and fun to read."
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You Again (1996)
Peggy Nicholson
"Fast, funny, romantic - who could ask for anything more? I loved it!"
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Race the Dawn (1997)
Katharine Kincaid
"Katharine Kincaid is on her way to the top."
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A Woman of Virtue (2001)
(Lorimer Family and Clan Cameron, book 3)
Liz Carlyle
"Sensual and spellbinding... Liz Carlyle weaves passion and intrigue with a master's touch."
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The Assassin (2005)
(Selena McCaffrey, book 1)
Rachel Butler
"Wow! Fast-paced, sexy suspense: The Assassin is a thrill ride I didn't want to end."
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Babydoll (2009)
(Saylor Oz, book 2)
Allyson Roy
"A fast, fun read with great characters and action that never stops. Allyson Roy is a future star."
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Dream of Danger (2013)
(Brown and de Luca, book 2)
Maggie Shayne
"Maggie Shayne writes wonderful stories combining romance with page-turning thrills."
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The Vanishing Year (2016)
Kate Moretti
"The Vanishing Year is dark, twisty, edge-of-your-seat suspense. I read it in a single sitting and enjoyed every word. I highly recommend it!"
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Edge of Truth (2017)
(Legionnaires, book 2)
Brynn Kelly
"Edge of Truth is a breathtaking romantic thriller. The characters are so real they leap off the page, the love story is hot and the action never lets up. I couldn't put it down."
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Monster In The Closet (2017)
(Baltimore , book 5)
Karen Rose
"Karen Rose writes blistering, high-octane suspense that never lets up."
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The Girl from the Channel Islands (2021)
Jenny Lecoat
"A riveting story of survival against all odds, told by a masterful storyteller who also happens to be a fresh new voice in the genre. I absolutely loved The Girl From the Channel Islands by Jenny Lecoat and recommend it highly, not just to fans of historical fiction, but to lovers of good books everywhere."
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Eternal (2021)
Lisa Scottoline
"At its heart, Eternal is a beautiful, heartbreaking, yet ultimately uplifting love story. Meticulously researched, this riveting World War II-era novel explores what happens when beautiful Elisabetta must choose between lifelong best friends Sandro and Marco. As they get caught up in the madness that overtakes Italy when it becomes a satellite of Hitler and the Third Reich, each must make a gut-wrenching choice that determines the course of the rest of their lives. Action-packed and haunting, Eternal will stay with you for a long time after you finish reading it. I loved this book!"
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The Last Bookshop in London (2021)
Madeline Martin
"I devoured this story! I loved Grace and Primrose Hill Books! At its heart, The Last Bookshop in London is a love letter to the power of books to unite us, to hold the world together when it’s falling apart around our ears. This fresh take on what London endured during WWII should catapult Madeline Martin to the top tier of historical fiction novelists. I highly recommend it."
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The Warsaw Orphan (2021)
Kelly Rimmer
"Heartbreaking, intensely moving, this story of the horrors of the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II is also a wonderful, ultimately life-affirming love story. Roman and Emilia are intensely appealing characters to root for, and I felt like I was right there with them through every step of their journey. Bravo, Kelly Rimmer! I’m going to be recommending this book to everyone I know."

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