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Kim Wright

Kim Wright has been writing about travel, food, and wine for more than 25 years and is a two-time recipient of the Lowell Thomas Award for Travel Writing. Love in Mid Air was her first novel.

Genres: Romance
City of Mystery
   1. City of Darkness (2012)
   2. City of Light (2012)
   3. City of Silence (2013)
   4. City of Bells (2013)
   The Angel of Hever Castle (2014)
   5. City of Stone (2015)
   6. City of Wind (2018)
   7. City of Hope (2021)
Kim Wright recommends
The Last Carolina Girl (2023)
Meagan Church
"Fans of Where the Crawdads Sing and Before We Were Yours will find much to love in this evocative and thought-provoking debut. Church reaches into a shameful and little-known pocket of the past to give us a heroine who is plucky, tender, and determined to fight for her autonomy and dignity against insurmountable odds. This book will change the way you feel about the simple question of 'Where is home?'"
A Place Called Zamora (2020)
(Zamora, book 1)
LB Gschwandtner
"A dystopian novel that readers of any age will eagerly devour, A Place Called Zamora explores an age-old question: Can love survive when the world is falling apart? Gschwandtner creates a compelling and highly detailed world that includes a wide array of fascinating characters. This is a lot of world building and the author does a fantastic job with great level of detail that sucks you right in. A Place Called Zamora is an engaging kick-off to what promises to be a dynamic series!"
The Queen of Hearts (2018)
Kimmery Martin
"Intense, vivid and sometimes surprisingly funny, The Queen of Hearts gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of female physicians. Martin moves effortlessly between the women's highly relatable suburban lives and the literally cutting-edge drama of their work."

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