The Ruins of Lace Reviews
"As beautifully fashioned as the sought-after lace, this story is sure to impress." - Publishers Weekly
"Artfully drawn characters bring the lyrical and gripping narrative to life, while suspense makes it hard to put down." - Booklist
"The many facets of the story of lace are intriguing, yet Anthony does not fully weave them together. There are simply too many threads. Sweeping, yes. Cohesive, no." - Kirkus Reviews
"A gorgeous wrought tale of two women bound to the cruelty and beauty of a forbidden perfection...Iris Anthony has delivered a stunning achievement." - C.W. Gortner, author of The Queen's Vow
"Exquisite...this is definitely a keeper to be savored. Whoever Iris Anthony is, she's a gifted writer with what is to be hoped is only the first of many wonderful stories to tell." - Sara Poole, author of Poison and The Borgias Mistress
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