Moore, Kate

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The Woman They Could Not Silence: One Woman, Her Incredible Fight for Freedom, and the Men Who Tried To Make Her Disappear

This brilliant story of one woman’s amazing perseverance is guaranteed to inspire all those who continue Packard’s fight for social reform and true gender equality.

The Woman They Could Not Silence: One Woman, Her Incredible Fight for Freedom, and the Men Who Tried To Make Her Disappear

A must-read for anybody interested in women’s history or the history of reform in the United States. Like Radium Girls, this volume is a page-turner.

A Spy's Guide to Seduction

Rife with witty repartee, adventure, and sweet devotion, this flawlessly written tale demonstrates Moore's impeccable understanding of the Regency period, attention to detail, and uncanny ability to make readers part of the era. Moore (A Lady's Guide to Passion and Property) lives in Mill Valley, CA.

The Husband Hunter's Guide to London

This unhurried story by Moore (Blackstone's Bride) features appealing protagonists and a slow-simmering romance. An ideal choice for fans of traditional Regencies who enjoy the occasional dash of mystery.

The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women

A must-read for anyone interested in American and women's history, as well as topics of law, health, and industrial safety.

Golden Boy

Moore's ("Sons of Sin" series) follow-up to The Loner features fascinating protagonists, with their secrets and desires guarded throughout most of the book. Their chemistry, unfortunately, initially feels out of balance, and it takes a while for readers to believe the attraction isn't completely one-sided. While Golden Boy can be approached as a stand-alone, readers will have a stronger appreciation for the cast of characters if they come to The Loner first.

The Loner

Engaging, sympathetic protagonists, a well-rendered supporting cast (young Ulysses is especially appealing), and a satisfyingly sigh-worthy love story at the center of a well-paced plot get this planned trilogy off to a superb start. Moore (To Seduce an Angel), already well known for her beautifully crafted Regencies and historical romances, lives in Mill Valley, CA.

To Seduce an Angel

Moore has hit her stride with this marvelously rewarding conclusion to her "Sons of Sin" trilogy. Fans will hope for more of Moore's sinful delights to come. Moore lives in Mill Valley, CA.

To Save the Devil

Second in Moore's dashing trilogy featuring the three "Sons of Sin" of a noted London courtesan, this installment brilliantly delivers a complete, satisfying romance while skillfully tantalizing readers with hints of what's to come (To Seduce an Angel, fall 2011). Moore (To Tempt a Saint) lives in Mill Valley, CA.

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