Books reviewed by Kate Braithwaite at BookBrowse.

Kate Braithwaite
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Kate is originally from Edinburgh but now lives in Pennsylvania. She loves literary fiction, historical fiction and thrillers and she also writes and reviews for the Historical Novel Society. She is the author of Charlatan, a novel of poison and intrigue at the court of Louis XIV, due to be published by Fireship Press in 2016. Her website is www.kate-braithwaite.com

Books reviewed by Kate Braithwaite

The Blind (10/18/17)
Manhattan Beach (10/04/17)
Less (09/06/17)
Birdcage Walk (08/23/17)
A Good Country (05/31/17)
Conclave (01/04/17)
Coffin Road (11/16/16)
The Perfect Girl (11/02/16)
Arrowood (08/03/16)
Redemption Road (06/01/16)
The Mirror Thief (05/18/16)
Louisa (05/04/16)
High Dive (03/16/16)
Mr. Splitfoot (01/20/16)
The Prize (11/18/15)
Mrs. Engels (10/21/15)
Crooked Heart (09/16/15)
The Folded Clock (06/17/15)
The Blondes (05/13/15)
My Sunshine Away (03/04/15)
Alphabetical (02/18/15)
The Unquiet Dead (02/04/15)
How We Learn (11/19/14)
The Undertaking (11/19/14)
The Frozen Dead (09/03/14)
Dark Aemilia (07/09/14)

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