Ellen Marie Wiseman's picture

Ellen Marie Wiseman

USA flag

Ellen Marie Wiseman is a bestselling author whose novels have been translated into seventeen languages. Her debut novel, The Plum Tree, was named by Bookbub as One of Thirteen Books to read and What she left behind, was on Huffington Post's Best Books of Summer 2015.

Genres: Historical, Historical Mystery
New Books
Ellen Marie Wiseman recommends
Liar's Bench (2015)
Kim Michele Richardson
"Readers of Southern fiction won’t be able to turn the pages fast enough…"
Left to Chance (2017)
Amy Sue Nathan
"In this witty, touching, beautifully written novel about grief, friendship, and love in its many forms, Amy Sue Nathan reminds us that sometimes, no matter how hard it might be, facing the past is the only way to discover what's truly important."
Strangers in Budapest (2017)
Jessica Keener
"This exquisite novel draws the reader in from the very first pages and refuses to let go. Not only did I feel like I was in the exotic, beautiful city of Budapest, but every emotion felt by the young mother at the center of this ominous tale became my own. In Strangers in Budapest, Jessica Keener proves once again that she is a brilliant, lyrical writer with a true understanding of the human heart."
My Dear Hamilton (2018)
Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie
"Beautifully written and meticulously researched, this stunning novel captures the courage, strength, and kindness of the remarkable woman behind Alexander Hamilton. A fascinating read!"
The Beantown Girls (2019)
Jane Healey
"A fascinating novel about a little-known wartime sacrifice, The Beantown Girls is lovingly crafted, heartbreaking, and illuminated with hope. I couldn’t put it down!"
Dreamland (2019)
Nancy Bilyeau
"A marvelous book!"
Across the Winding River (2020)
Aimie K Runyan
"The past collides with the present in this intriguing story as one woman unravels the mystery of an old photograph found in her father’s World War II memorabilia, ultimately leading to a place of healing for herself and her family. A highly entertaining read!"
Every Now and Then (2020)
Lesley Kagen
"A rollicking good read!"
When the Apricots Bloom (2020)
Gina Wilkinson
"Gina Wilkinson’s breathtaking novel explores the plight of ordinary people who must flee their country to survive, as three women living under the tyrannical regime of Saddam Hussein and his brutal secret police risk their lives to protect themselves and their children. Riveting and profound! I adored this book!"
Wild Women and the Blues (2021)
Denny S Bryce
"Denny S. Bryce paints a vibrant picture of the 1920s Jazz Age in this alluring and well-researched novel. Ritzy dance clubs, bootleg whiskey, chorus girls, gangsters, celebrities, secrets, and murder, WILD WOMEN AND THE BLUES has it all! A highly entertaining read!"
And By Fire (2022)
Evie Hawtrey
"You'll smell the smoke, taste the ashes, and feel the tension as you race through this exquisitely researched crime thriller. The plot twists and unforgettable images evoked by Evie Hawtrey's And By Fire will linger long after you turn the last page!"

Visitors also looked at these authors

About Fantastic Fiction       Information for Authors