Venetian Novels

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"Beautifully written, the story draws you in as the author dazzles her readers with just the right blend of imagination and fact.  A must read." Raeleen Mautner, PhD Author of Lemons into Limoncello:  From Loss to Personal Renaissance with the Zest of Italy

“An impressive exploration of the social, political, religious, and sexual mores of that long-ago time, Plagued is a must-read for any lover of historical fiction.” Marla Truini Winner of the 2014 Frank McCourt Prize   

"A sexy historical set in Venice. Murder! Intrigue! I love it so hard." Chantel Acevedo, Editor of Southern Humanities Review, Winner of the 2012 Doris Bakwin Award, Author of Love and Ghost Letters, A Falling Star, and The Distant Marvels       

"If you ever wanted to know more about the beauties of Venice, about the cross-pollination of religious and political cultures that built its canals and its power as a trading post, about the role of the Church in creating both its triumphs and its tragedies, you must read Thirst."   Theresa Vara-Dannen, Ph.D., Author of The African-American Experience in Nineteenth Century Connecticut and Profligate with Love