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Why ‘Daughters of Babylon’ is like ‘Labyrinth’ and ‘The Da Vinci Code’ (but better)

I was thinking today about why I enjoyed reading Daughters of Babylon so much (a book we launched this week). The fact that I was doing so at all exemplifies the contradictory demands I place on fiction (in other words, … Continue reading

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Daughters of Babylon – out now at special launch price!

Lovers of Kate Mosse’s Carcassonne historical mysteries, and Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, aren’t often linked but today they are. Devotees of both authors will rejoice in Daughters of Babylon, the spellbinding new novel by Elaine Stirling. … Continue reading

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