Bryn Turnbull is a Toronto-based author and professional communicator. ... Andrews, a Master of Professional Communication from Ryerson University, and a Bachelor's degree in English Literature, Bryn focuses on finding the stories of women found within the cracks of the historical record.
Bryn Turnbull recommends
The Girl in White Gloves (2020)
"Compelling and thoughtful.... Maher imbues her heroine with grace, passion and strength, giving us a behind-the-scenes look into the sacrifices that Kelly made in becoming not once, but twice, an icon."
And They Called It Camelot (2020)
Stephanie Marie Thornton
"Lush, smart, and sumptuously elegant, Stephanie Marie Thornton's And They Called It Camelot captures Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy's life in all its many complexities, drawing back the curtain on a legend to reveal the all-too-human woman beneath. A beautiful portrait of an American icon."
The Library of Legends (2020)
"Janie Chang brings wartime China to life in The Library of Legends, imbuing her characters with the same epic qualities they find in the mythic figures that follow them on their journey to safety. Moving smoothly between historical fiction and magic realism, this is a beautifully written story of love, hope, and courage."
Find Me in Havana (2021)
"Serena Burdick brings Hollywood legend Estelita Rodriguez to vivid life in FIND ME IN HAVANA. Written with beautiful prose and searing honesty, this story of mothers and daughters will stay with you long after you turn the final page."
Courage, My Love (2021)
"Powerful and immensely moving, Kristin Beck’s debut novel plunges readers headlong into the dark days of WWII-era Rome. A beautifully written story of women at war, Courage, My Love will linger with you long after you turn the final page."
The Social Graces (2021)
"Renée Rosen at her finest! Pulling back the curtain on the blood-sport world of Gilded Age high society, Rosen's captivating story of rivals Alva Vanderbilt and Caroline Astor shows what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object."
Sisters of the Resistance (2021)
"A beautiful homage to the strength and resilience of women spies during the Second World War, Christine Wells’ Sisters of the Resistance is that rare jewel of a WWII novel that surprises as much as it delights."
The Last Debutantes (2021)
"Storm clouds hover over high society on the brink of war, tarnishing the glamour of The Season in this wonderfully told story of love, war, and friendship."
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