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Heather Webb

Heather Webb grew up a military brat and naturally became obsessed with travel, culture, and languages. She put her degrees to good use teaching high school French for nearly a decade before turning to full time novel writing and freelance editing. Her debut, BECOMING JOSEPHINE, released January 2014 from Plume/Penguin. Her forthcoming novel, RODIN'S LOVER, will release in winter of 2015.

When not writing, Heather flexes her foodie skills or looks for excuses to head to the other side of the world. She loves to chitchat on Twitter with new reader friends or writers (@msheatherwebb) or via her blog. Stop on by!

Genres: Historical
New Books
February 2024

Queens of London
   Becoming Josephine (2013)
   Rodin's Lover (2015)
   Last Christmas in Paris (2017) (with Hazel Gaynor)
   The Phantom's Apprentice (2018)
   Meet Me in Monaco (2019) (with Hazel Gaynor)
   Ribbons of Scarlet (2019) (with others)
   Three Words for Goodbye (2021) (with Hazel Gaynor)
   The Next Ship Home (2022)
   Strangers in the Night (2023)
   Queens of London (2024)
   Christmas with the Queen (2024) (with Hazel Gaynor)
   Fall of Poppies (2016) (with others)
Novellas and Short Stories
   Hour of the Bells (2016)
Heather Webb recommends
All You Have to Do Is Call (2023)
Kerri Maher
"Gripping and heart-rending...With beautiful writing and a brisk pace, this is Maher's best book to date!"
Starring Adele Astaire (2023)
Eliza Knight
"From the stages of Hollywood to the war Front, Starring Adele Astaire dances with life and emotion, paying homage to a largely overlooked persona in Hollywood's illustrious line-up of characters. Knight's admiration for Adele Astaire - her talent and her passions, on stage and off - shines in this touching and compelling tale of a woman who strives to realize her dreams. A winner!"
The Tiffany Girls (2023)
Shelley Noble
"Under Noble's deft hand, Grace, Clara, and Emilie come vividly to life in turn of the century New York City in her new novel, THE TIFFANY GIRLS. I couldn't help but root for the trio of heroines as they strived to become artists in their own right through their work for Louis Comfort Tiffany, renowned master of stained glass. Readers will revel in the fascinating and lavish details, and never look at a Tiffany lamp the same way again. An immersive, wonderful read!"
The London Seance Society (2023)
Sarah Penner
"Penner spreads her wings in her sophomore novel, The London Seance Society, a Victorian whodunit crackling with tension and lavished with ambiance. A story of a sister's grief--and a quest for answers--readers can't help but root for Lenna Wickes as she delves into the dark and sexy world of the occult. Add a dash of the supernatural and we have a winner!"
Her Lost Words (2023)
Stephanie Marie Thornton
"Immersive, elegant, engaging--readers will savor the details of this fascinating account of the making of two brave, brilliant women--mother and daughter--who defy the odds as authors and early feminists."
The Porcelain Moon (2023)
Janie Chang
"Janie Chang is at the top of her game with her latest, a fascinating, beautifully written novel set during the Great War that explores the forgotten role of Chinese laborers. A story of incredible courage, forbidden love, and the questions surrounding cultural identity, The Porcelain Moon is a heart-rending, thought-provoking addition to the canon of world war fiction."

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