Catherine Coyne

48 Articles

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates

You Can’t Stay Here Forever

A riveting debut with rich characterization, scenic setting, and sharp insights on relationships, class, and one Asian American woman’s experience.

The Blue Window

Berne (The Dogs of Littlefield) has crafted an insightful novel about family secrets and the emotional trauma that reverberates through three generations.

Looking for Jane

This timely novel about motherhood and choices is a must for all fiction collections.

The Ingenue

Kapelke-Dale (The Ballerinas) crafts a twisted suspenseful tale of expectations and identity, of love and vengeance, that will leave readers breathless.

Lucy Checks In

Ernst (Maggie Finds Her Muse) crafts a novel of starting over and finding family that is filled with humor and a cast of wonderful characters. The enticing setting will have readers longing for a trip to France.

The Magnolia Palace

Davis adeptly interweaves two compelling story lines to shine a light on another NYC landmark (after novels set in the Chelsea Hotel and the New York Public Library). This is historical fiction at its best, with well-developed characters, detail, art history, and mystery.

The Night of Many Endings

Payne (Memories in the Drift) has crafted an emotional, character-driven novel about addiction, perceptions of others, and learning to let go. The Night of Many Endings is ultimately one of hope as the darkness brings forth the dawn of many beginnings.

Once Upon a Wardrobe

This enchanting novel of faith and hope is a must-read for fans of C. S. Lewis. Readers will be eager to return to the world of “The Chronicles of Narnia” with new insights.

Lost in Paris

This debut novel will appeal to historical fiction readers, Francophiles, those who enjoy stories about mother-daughter relationships, and fans of Woody Allen’s 2011 movie, Midnight in Paris. The historical mystery, beautiful setting, and vivid characters make this a must-read.

We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing