In bookstores June 27
Beatriz returns this summer with a ravishing historical read, transporting readers to a midcentury New England rich with secrets and Cold War intrigue.
Now in bookstores
The latest novel from the beloved writing team takes a journey through the past and present of America’s iconic seaside resort.
An instant New York Times bestseller
Now in paperback
A gripping and profoundly human story of Cold War espionage and family devotion, loosely inspired by the Cambridge spy ring.
An IndieNext pick for June
A LibraryReads pick for June
An AppleBooks “Must Listen” pick for June
A “Best of Summer” pick from Goodreads, Bustle, BuzzFeed, RealSimple, shereads, Frolic, and more
Her Last Flight
A remarkable novel of raw suspense and lyric beauty — the story of a lost pilot and a wartime photographer that will leave its mark on your soul.
The Golden Hour
The instant New York Times bestseller brings World War II-era Nassau to incandescent life in a brilliantly original epic of espionage and human courage inside the court of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
The Summer Wives
The instant New York Times bestseller is the must-read novel of the season – a ravishing postwar fable of love, class, power, and redemption set among the inhabitants of a rarefied island off the New England coast.
The Wicked City Novels
The Wicked Widow
Dazzling Gin Kelly returns in the third novel of the award-winning Wicked City Prohibition series.
The Wicked Redhead
Gin Kelly brings her mesmerizing voice and indomitable spirit to another Jazz Age tale of rumrunners, double crosses, and true love.
The Wicked City
A new Prohibition series begins with two generations of women inside a Greenwich Village apartment — a flapper hiding an extraordinary past, and a modern-day Manhattanite forced to start her life anew.
The Jazz Age Novels
A Certain Age
As the hedonism of the Jazz Age transforms New York City, the iridescent Mrs. Theresa Marshall of Fifth Avenue and Southampton, Long Island, has done the unthinkable: she’s fallen in love with her young paramour, Captain Octavian Rofrano, an aviator and a hero of the Great War.
The follow-up to A Certain Age transports readers to lush, lawless Prohibition-era Florida in this rich historical novel—a cocktail of suspense, betrayal, and redemption set among the rum runners and scoundrels of a paradise far from home.
The Schuyler Sister Novels
Along the Infinite Sea
Each of the three Schuyler sisters has her own world-class problems, but in the autumn of 1966, Pepper Schuyler’s problems are in a class of their own. When Pepper fixes up a beautiful and rare vintage Mercedes and sells it at auction, she thinks she’s finally found a way to take care of herself and the baby she carries, the result of an affair with a legendary – and married – politician.
Tiny Little Thing
In the summer of 1966, Christina Hardcastle—“Tiny” to her illustrious family—stands on the brink of a breathtaking future. Of the three Schuyler sisters, she’s the one raised to marry a man destined for leadership, and with her elegance and impeccable style,
The Secret Life of Violet Grant
Manhattan, 1964. Vivian Schuyler, newly graduated from Bryn Mawr College, has recently defied the privilege of her storied old Fifth Avenue family to do the unthinkable for a budding Kennedy-era socialite: break into the Mad Men world of razor-stylish Metropolitan magazine.
A Hundred Summers
Memorial Day, 1938: New York socialite Lily Dane has just returned with her family to the idyllic oceanfront community of Seaview, Rhode Island, expecting another placid summer season among the familiar traditions and friendships that sustained her after heartbreak. That is, until the Greenwalds decide to take up residence in Seaview.
Amiens, France, 1916: Captain Julian Ashford, a British officer in the trenches of the Western Front, is waylaid in the town square by Kate, a beautiful young American. Julian’s never seen her before, but she has information about the reconnaissance mission he’s about to embark on. Who is she, and why did she track him down in Amiens?
What happens when Beatriz joins forces with bestselling authors (and best friends) Karen White and Lauren Willig? Storytelling magic.
Novels in Collaboration
The Glass Ocean
From the New York Times bestselling authors of The Forgotten Room comes a sumptuous historical mystery that links the lives of three women—two deep in the past, one in the present—to the doomed passenger liner, RMS Lusitania.
All the Ways We Said Goodbye
The lives of three extraordinary women connect across the First World War, the Second World War, and the 1960s, as each finds refuge at the legendary Ritz Paris.
The Forgotten Room
1945: When the critically wounded Captain Cooper Ravenal is brought to a private hospital on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, young Dr. Kate Schuyler is drawn into a complex mystery that connects three generations of women in her family to a single extraordinary room in a Gilded Age mansion.
Short Stories and Anthologies
An American Airman in Paris
Octavian Rofrano has never met the girl whose photograph was his constant companion through the long days and nights of the Great War. The promises he made to himself and that far-away image in the silence of his cockpit have never left him, but the anguish and loneliness of post-Armistice Paris has crept into his bones.
Fall of Poppies
November 11, 1918. After four long, dark years of fighting, the Great War ends at last, and the world is forever changed. For soldiers, loved ones, and survivors the years ahead stretch with new promise, even as their hearts are marked by all those who have been lost.
The Schuyler Family Tree
Other than the Wicked City series, each of my books is written as a stand-alone novel. Still, the stories connect to each other through characters—most of them members of my fictional Schuyler family—who pop into each other’s books, sometimes in cameo roles and sometimes as major actors. If you’re having trouble keeping them straight in your head, this handy family tree will help to keep the relationships organized. It’s updated from time to time, so you’ll find out how new branches connect to the old ones.
To keep things simple, I’ve kept the generations organized in rows, but I haven’t cluttered it up with all the kids. I also try to keep spoilers (like who married whom) at a minimum. You’re welcome to download and print the tree so you can add your own embellishments as you go along.