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Suzanne Rindell

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Suzanne Rindell is a doctoral student in American modernist literature. Her first novel,The Other Typist, has been translated into 15 languages and optioned for film by Fox Searchlight Pictures with Keira Knightley producing and starring. She lives in New York City.

Genres: Historical
Suzanne Rindell recommends
Girl Waits With Gun (2015)
(Kopp Sisters, book 1)
Amy Stewart
"Girl Waits With Gun" makes excellent use of history to put a fresh spin on classic cop-and-crook types. Amy Stewart's true-life protagonist is a rough and tumble version of the early 20th century's New Woman. She is witty, sharply-drawn, and suffers no fools!"
Missing, Presumed (2016)
(DS Manon Bradshaw, book 1)
Susie Steiner
"A complex, gripping read . . . The mystery behind Edith Hind’s disappearance is filled to the hilt with provocative breadcrumbs, making for a page-turning literary crime novel that is nicely balanced by the all-too-relatable human foibles of lonely DS Manon Bradshaw."
Tangerine (2018)
Christine Mangan
"Both eerie and thrilling, the tangled knot that binds these two female characters will keep you frantically turning the pages. Tangerine dabbles in dark backstory and psychological doubt, leaving me feeling as though I’ve gone to Tangier, with Daphne du Maurier’s literary heir as my guide."
The Bookshop of Yesterdays (2018)
Amy Meyerson
"A heartfelt triumph! This suspenseful scavenger hunt will keep the pages turning late at night."
Not Our Kind (2018)
Kitty Zeldis
"NOT OUR KIND transports the reader back to 1947, to the heart of New York’s WASP-y Upper East Side. Zeldis has written a powerful and page-turning account of what happens when Eleanor--smart, beautiful, and Jewish--is employed as a tutor by the troubled Bellamy family, and finds herself out of place in their world. Can the fox and the hound ever truly be friends? This engaging novel succeeds in putting a fresh, feminine spin on that question."
A Tender Thing (2020)
Emily Neuberger
"Everyone loves a good story about a plucky young woman trying to make her dreams come true in New York -- and with A Tender Thing, Emily Neuberger delivers a spectacular one! No superficial tale, Neuberger's ingenue must grapple with the complexities of love, race, and sexuality as she tries to make it big on the 1950s Broadway stage. A perfect book club read, as you'll want to discuss these characters with friends after you've devoured the novel."
Musical Chairs (2020)
Amy Poeppel
"Full of Poeppel's signature charm and wit, MUSICAL CHAIRS is a romantic-comedy-of-errors with a smart, edgy twist on the possibilities that might be revealed in life's third act. Touching, full of humanity, and the absolute definition of 'compulsively readable'!"

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