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Hazel Gaynor + Katherine Reay

On this episode, we welcome Hazel Gaynor and Katherine Reay—and T.I. Lowe joins us for the After Show.

Hazel Gaynor is the award-winning, New York Times, USA Today, Irish Times, and internationally bestselling author of seven historical novels including The Girl Who Came Home, When We Were Young and Brave, and The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter. Hazel has also co-written three novels with Heather Webb (Last Christmas in Paris, Meet Me In Monaco, and Three Words For Goodbye) with another (Christmas with the Queen) forthcoming in 2024. Hazel’s work has been translated into 18 languages and published in 25 territories. She joins us from her home in Ireland to discuss her new novel, THE LAST LIFEBOAT (Berkley, June 13), which was named a most anticipated book by Real Simple, SheReads, and BookBub.

Katherine Reay is the bestselling and award-winning author of ten novels including The London House, The Printed Letter Bookshop, and The Austen Escape, as well as one work of nonfiction, Awful Beautiful Life. Katherine’s lifelong affair with books and history shines through in her stories which she has referred to as “love letters to books.” She joins us from her home outside Chicago to discuss her latest novel, A SHADOW IN MOSCOW (Harper Muse, June 13), which features two courageous female spies, MI6’s best Soviet agent, and the CIA’s newest Moscow recruit in the thick of the Cold War.

T. I. Lowe is the author of nearly twenty published novels, including her recent bestselling and critically acclaimed, Under the Magnolias, and her debut breakout, Lulu’s Café. She joins us from her home in coastal South Carolina to discuss INDIGO ISLE (Tyndale House, June 6).

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