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Dawn Tripp

(Dawn Clifton Tripp)

Winner of the Massachusetts Book Award for fiction, Dawn Tripp is the author of the novels Moon Tide, The Season of Open Water, and Game of Secrets, a Boston Globe bestseller. Her essays have appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, The Rumpus, Psychology Today, and on NPR. Her fourth novel, Georgia, a biographical novel about the American artist Georgia OKeeffe, will be published by Random House in early 2016. She graduated from Harvard and lives in Massachusetts with her family.

Genres: Mystery
Dawn Tripp recommends
Love in Mid Air (2010)
Kim Wright
"Funny, sexy, heartbreaking, wise. Love in Mid Air is the kind of novel you will stay up late for."
The Girls in the Picture (2018)
Melanie Benjamin
"Thrilling, bold, and incandescent, this is a deeply moving work of historical fiction about two unforgettable women whose creative partnership shaped the evolution of early American film. Melanie Benjamin is a transcendent storyteller, and with The Girls in the Picture, she has created a spellbinding novel of female power and ambition, heartbreak and desire."
Winter Sisters (2018)
Robin Oliveira
"Winter Sisters is a dazzling and evocative mystery that brings history to life on the page. Robin Oliveira has created an exquisitely layered story that explores the intricacies of an American town haunted by the violence of the Civil War and the shifting tensions between women’s claim for equality and the societal forces that resist change. Suspenseful and beautifully written, shot through with wisdom and grace, this is a book you will stay up late for—a book you will read and love and share."
The Collector's Apprentice (2018)
B A Shapiro
"Dazzling and seductive, a tour de force, The Collector’s Apprentice is an exhilarating tale of shifting identities, desire, and intrigue set between 1920s Paris and Philadelphia."
The Age of Light (2019)
Whitney Scharer
"A masterpiece, The Age of Light is a searing, evocative novel of love and war, and a woman's fierce determination to transcend her role as muse and remake the world through her own art. Whitney Scharer is a remarkably gifted storyteller - a major new voice in historical fiction."

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