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Meet the Author Deborah Harkness
Deborah Harkness is the number one New York Times bestselling author of A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night.

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Historical Fiction
History is more than just old battles and dead kings; it is best viewed through the everyday lives of the men and women who live it. History is all of us, all the time. All of us know our share of joy and sorrow, passion and despair. These tales, while fictitious, illuminate history with the truth of our living. Explore the past with these novels, enjoy a good story well told, and perhaps learn a little something while you’re at it.
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